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      Ayasha vs Ayasha: Civil Services Exam 2022 Achievers Turn Out to be Frauds | Details Inside

      UPSC plans action against two candidates who took the Civil Services Exam 2022 and recently made false claims in media that they had been recommend to all-India services on basis of the exam, the UPSC said it was contemplating criminal and disciplinary action against both after its probe found them to have forged their documents to buttress their claims.

      Aysha Makrani from Alirajpur, Madhya Pradesh, and Tushar from Rewari, Haryana, had claim to have clear CSE 2022 by posing as genuinely select candidates with similar names, Ayasha Fatima from Dewas, MP, and Tushar Kumar from Bihar and quoting the same roll number as the latter.

      The confusion as to who was the genuinely select candidate was widely report in the media, with UPSC being blame for the alleged “error”.

      UPSC put out a statement, clarifying that the claims of Aysha Makrani and Tushar were fake and that they had forged their documents to back these claims.

      As per UPSC statement :

      “By doing so both Aysha Makrani and Tushar have acted in contravention of the provisions of the Rules of the Civil Services Examination, 2022. Therefore, the UPSC is contemplating both criminal as well as disciplinary penal action against both candidates,” it stated. UPSC said its examination system “is robust as well as fool-proof and such errors are not possible”.

      Aysha Makrani, who claim to have secure 184th rank, had in fact fail to clear even the preliminary examination stage by scoring 21.09 marks in General Studies Paper II against the require 66 marks.

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      Same, Tushar did not clear prelims and score just 44.73 marks in General Studies Paper II.

      UPSC confirm that Ayasha Fatima and Tushar Kumar had secure 184th rank and 44th rank respectively in the final result of the CSE, 2022.

      Slamming various media outlets for “irresponsibly” reporting the news, UPSC said media should have first verified with it the genuineness of their claims.

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