Shishir Yadav, resident of New Manas Nagar Chak Imam Ali, Naini, who secured second rank in UPPSC PCS-J 2022, has fulfilled his childhood dream within the first try itself. There was pleasure in the whole household with the declaration of PCS J 2022 outcome on Wednesday. Shishir instructed Hindustan that his father Kripa Shankar Yadav is an advocate within the Excessive Court docket and mom Shakuntala Yadav has additionally carried out LLB. Each mother and father are advocates. Shishir, initially from Jaunpur, received such an surroundings at residence since childhood that he began dreaming of creating a profession within the area of regulation.
After education from Maharishi Vidya Mandir Naini, he did BA-LLB from the College of Legislation, Allahabad College within the session 2015-20 after which LLM in 2022. Earlier in 2018, when PCS-J recruitment got here, he was a 3rd 12 months BA-LLB pupil. Lots of his seniors have been chosen in that recruitment, which impressed him additionally to arrange. After doing LLM in 2022, he had simply registered for advocacy within the Excessive Court docket when the recruitment got here and he began getting ready utterly. This success was achieved by learning often for six to 7 hours after the emptiness got here. This was his first try at PCS-J of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Fee.
Reserved class occupies high 5
All 5 toppers of PCS-J 2022 are from reserved class. Nishi Gupta, who was chosen at first place, Shishir Yadav at second place and Rashmi Singh, who was at third place, are from OBC class. Snehil Kunwar Singh SC, who was chosen at fourth place, Jhanvi Verma, who received fifth place, is from OBC class. Harshita Singh, Hajik Hussain Ansari and Raveena have been chosen at sixth, seventh and eighth positions respectively from the unreserved class, whereas Shivali Mishra, who received the ninth place, belonged to the EWS class. Mohammad Yunus, who stood tenth, is from OBC class.