Pune: Chanakya Mandal Students Excel in Union Public Service Commission

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Pune, 16th April 2024: The results of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) have been announced, with students from Chanakya Mandal IAS Guidance achieving notable success once again. Animesh Pradhan secured second place in India, while Srishti Dabas achieved sixth place and Kush Motwani topped the state of Maharashtra. All three benefited from the guidance provided by the Chanakya Mandal Family at different stages of the examination.

Samarth Shinde, a 22-year-old student of the UPSC course at Chanakya Mandal, achieved a rank of 255 in the country on his first attempt. He also guides other students at the institute.

Kush Motwani, who ranked 11th in the country, highlighted the significant impact of Dharmadhikari Sir’s guidance on his success. Samarth also acknowledged the value of listening to lectures by Dharmadhikari Sir, emphasizing that they chose to prepare for the UPSC exam entirely through Chanakya Mandal. Many students received guidance for the prelims, mains, and interviews from the institute.

This year, the UPSC selected candidates for 1,016 positions, with 306 of them having received guidance from Chanakya Mandal. The institute’s students excelled across the board, with 3 out of the top 10, 6 out of the top 20, 17 out of the top 50, and 32 out of the top 100 having been guided by the Chanakya Mandal Family.

Chanakya Mandal is recognized for producing clean and efficient officers, with students from nearly all states of the country achieving exceptional results in the UPSC examination. Some students completed the full course with guidance from the institute, while others received targeted support for the main examination and interview stages.

For the past six years, Chanakya Mandal has organized opinion interviews in Delhi, attracting growing interest from students across the country. This year, students responded enthusiastically to the interview guidance and feedback provided by Dharmadhikari Sir himself.

Avinash Dharmadhikari, founder and director of Chanakya Mandal, congratulated the successful students and encouraged them to become ‘activist officers’ who uphold clean and efficient administration.