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This is regarding allocation of cadres to the candidates who have been allocated to the

Indian Police Service on the basis of Civil Services Examination - 2010.


2.
It has been decided to fill up 150 vacancies from CSE-2010.
distribution of the above vacancies are as under :UR
OBC
SC
ST

The category-wise

77
40
22
11

3.
With the approval of competent authority, the cadre wise, category-wise and
insider/outsider distribution of these vacancies as per the provisions of Cadre Allocation Policy
notified by DOPT vide OM dated 10.4.2008 is as under :Sl.No

Name of State Cadre

AGMUT (UT)

No.
of
vaca
ncies
14

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Andhra Pradesh
Assam Meghalaya
Bihar
Chhatisgarh
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur- Tripura
Nagaland
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
Total

8
6
6
2
5
4
3
3
3
6
5
8
11
6
5
4
6
4
1
8
16
1
15
150

Insider
GEN OBC

ST

Outsider
GEN
OBC

SC

SC

ST

2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
3
2
2
3
1
1
26

1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
17

1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
10

1
1
1
4

3
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
2
3
1
3
1
2
5
10
51

1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
3
2
23

1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
12

1
2
1
2
7

4.
DOPT has allocated 150 candidates to the Indian Police Service against the reported vacancies.
Out of 150 candidates the following six candidates have not reported for Basic Training Course in
National Police Academy :-

Sl. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Rank No.

Name of the candidate


S/Shri/Ms.
Ankit Goel
Himanshu Shanker Trivedi
Deshmukh Paris
Madhusmita Sahoo
Ajeetha Begum
Dipak Ranjan

138
190
269
335
398
709

5.
The offer of appointment to these six candidates to the Indian Police Service has been
cancelled. Out of 144 candidates, 4 candidates have been granted permission to join the Basic Training
Course with subsequent batch on medical grounds.
6.
The cadre allocation in respect of 144 candidates is processed in this file as per the procedure
prescribed in the Cadre Allocation Policy in the following steps :Step 1 :

As per Para 8 (i) of the Cadre Allocation Policy, first, all those candidates who can be
allocated against the insider vacancies available in their category would be so allocated.
The following is the list of candidates who are allocated to their Home State against the
available insider vacancy in their category:-

Sl. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.
8.
9.

10.

Name of the candidate


S/Shri/Ms.
R.V. Varun Kumar *
Nanak Singh
Bhuvan Bhushan Yadav
Ghanshyam Bansal
Bhusarapu
Satya
Yesubabu
Rahul Pandey
Ajay Kumar
Karthik Reddy
Deshmukh
Pankaj
Ashokarao
Mangesh Kumar

Rank
No.
3
84
86
93
105

Category
G/OBC
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

Home
State
TN
PB
RJ
Delhi
AP

Cadre
Allotted
TN
PB
RJ
AGMUT
AP

106
108
110
130

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

UP
UP
KTK
MH

UP
UP
KTK
MH

131

Gen.

UTK

UTK

11.
12.

Sandeep Singh
Akkanouru
Prasad
Praladh
Anand Sharma
Vivek Sheel Soni
Arijit Sinha
Venkata Appalanaidu
Chintam
Syed Abid Rasheed
Shah
Saurabh Mishra
Narayanan T.
Ms. Patil Mokshada
Anil *
Babujee Attada
Parvinder Singh
Dev Ranjan Verma
Manoj Kumar
Hari Sankar
Santthosh Babu K
Ms. Bhagat Priyanka
Nawanath
Shankar
Brata
Raimedhia

13.
14.
15.
16.

17.
18.
19.
20.

21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.

28.

136
141

Gen.
Gen.

UP
MH

UP
MH

144
150
171
177

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

RJ
PB
WB
AP

RJ
PB
WB
AP

180

Gen.

J&K

J&K

183
188
237

Gen.
Gen.
G/OBC

MP
KL
MH

MP
KL
MH

274
288
317
343
359
411
579

OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
SC

AP
UP
UP
HR
KL
KTK
MH

AP
UP
UP
HR
KL
KTK
MH

744

SC

Assam

A-M

* There is no insider General category vacancy in Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. However, there
is one insider OBC vacancy each in Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra . Shri R.V. Varun Kumar, belongs to
OBC category and Ms Patil Mokshada Anil belongs to OBC category but qualified the CSE, 2010 on
General merit, are allocated to their Home State against the OBC vacancy as per Para 9 of Cadre
Allocation Policy modified by DOPT vide OM dated 21.4.2011.
Step II :a)

Para 7 (d) of the Cadre Allocation Policy provides as under :-

When no insider unreserved candidate is available against an insider unreserved vacancy


available in a cadre but SC/ST /OBC candidate (s) is/are available, such senior most ST candidate (failing
which such senior most SC candidate and such senior most OBC candidate in that order) shall be
adjusted by shifting out the unreserved insider vacancy to the next cadre in alphabetical order having
outsider vacancy in that category and bringing in an outsider vacancy of that category from that cadre.

As per the above Para, the following candidates are eligible for allocation to their Home State
against the unfilled insider vacancy in J&K and Manipur Tripura details of which are explained below :i)
In IPS cadre of J&K, there are two General insider vacancies. One General insider vacancy is filled
by allocating Shri Syed Abid Rasheed Shah (Rank No. 180). The another General insider vacancy could
not be filled as there is no other candidates of General category who is domicile of J&K and also opted
preference No 1 for J& K. (The other general candidate qualify from J&K has given AGMUT as 1st
preference in the option form). There is no ST category candidate qualified from J&K. However, one
SC candidate namely Shri Vinod Kumar, Rank No. 559 qualified from J&K and also opted for J&K as first
preference i.e his Home State. He is eligible for allocation to his Home State against the unfilled insider
General vacancy. The next cadre in the alphabetical order where the SC outsider vacancy exists is
Karnataka. The SC outsider vacancy of Karnataka is brought in as insider SC in J&K and the insider
General vacancy of J&K is shifted out as General outsider in Karnataka. Shri Vinod Kumar is allotted to
J&K against the said converted insider SC vacancy.
(ii)
In IPS cadre of Manipur-Tripura, there are 3 insider General vacancies but no insider General
category candidate has qualified from CSE-2010 from Manipur and Tripura. No ST candidate has also
qualified from Manipur-Tripura. However, one SC candidate namely Shri Maharaban Pradip Singh, Rank
No. 577 has qualified from Manipur. He has also opted for allocation to his Home State as preference
No. 1. The next cadre in alphabetical order where outsider SC vacancy is available is Tamil Nadu. The
outsider SC vacancy of Tamil Nadu is brought in as insider SC in Manipur-Tripura and 1 General insider
vacancy from Manipur-Tripura is shifted as outsider General in Tamil Nadu. Shri Maharaban Pradip Singh
(Rank No. 577) is allocated to his Home State i.e. Manipur-Tripura against the said converted insider SC
vacancy.
The total number of candidates allocated cadres as per para 8(i) and 7(d) are 30.
The vacancy position (after allocating the Home State to the candidates mentioned above)
including the insider vacancy converted into outsider plus outsider vacancies in each cadre are as under
:Sl.No

Name of State Cadre

No.
of
vaca
ncies

Insider
GEN OBC

SC

ST

Outsider
GEN
OBC

SC

ST

AGMUT (UT)

14

-1

-1

-1

4+1

+1

1+1

2
3
4
5
6
7

Andhra Pradesh
Assam Meghalaya
Bihar
Chhatisgarh
Gujarat
Haryana

8
6
6
2
5
4

2
-1
-1
-

1
-2
1

1
-2
-

3
4+1
2
1+1
1
-

1
1
1+2
1

1+2
1
-

1
2

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur- Tripura
Nagaland
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
Total

b)

3
3
3
6
5
8
11
6
5
4
6
4
1
8
16
1
15
150

1
1
1
1
2
-2
2
2
3
1
1
18

1
1
-2
1
-1
1
2
-3
8

-1
1
1
1
-1
-1
-1
4

-1
-

1
1
2
1+1
2
3
2
+2
3
1
3
1
2+1
5
10
59

2
1
2+2
2
1+1
1
1
3
2
+3
32

1+1
1
1-1
3
3
+1
+1
-1
1
+1
18

+1
1
1
2+1
11

Para 8(ii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy provides that :-

In the context of clause (a), (b) and (c) of Para 7 above, the cadres to which the incoming
officers would have normally been allocated would be determined by allocating all the candidates
remaining unallocated after allocation as per clause (i) of Para 8 and clause (d) of Para 7 above, against
the outsider vacancies plus all the insider vacancies remaining unallocated after the said allocation as
per clause (i) of Para 8 and clause (d) of Para 7 above. Wherever the allocation happens to be against
only the unallocated insider vacancy and no outsider vacancy is available in the cadre to facilitate the
exchange, the next cadre in alphabetical order in which outsider vacancy is available in the relevant
category would be considered for transfer of SC/ST/OBC vacancy as per clause (a), (b) and (c) of Para
7above. If an insider vacancy cannot be filled as per Para 7 above, it would be converted to outsider
vacancy and filled as such, duly accounting the fact of unfiled insider vacancy in the insider-outsider
roster of the relevant cadre.
7.
As per the above provisions of the Cadre Allocation Policy, the cadres to all the 114 candidates
have been allocated against the outsider vacancy plus all the insider vacancies remaining unallocated
(converted to outsider) after the allocation as per clause (i) of Para 8 and clause (d) of Para 7. The
details of cadres allocated to the candidates is placed at Flag-A.
Now, we are required to give the benefit of allocation to Home State to the candidates under clause
7(a), (b) and (c) of the Cadre Allocation Policy.
8.
As per Para 7 (a) of the Cadre Allocation Policy, when no candidate is available against an insider
SC vacancy in a cadre, the same shall be filled up by bringing in the senior-most insider officer available
in the merit list of ST candidates (failing which in the merit list of OBC candidates and in the merit list of
unreserved candidates in that order) and shifting the SC vacancy of the cadre

to the cadre to which the incoming officer would have normally been allotted against the available
outsider vacancy in his category (failing which to the next cadre in alphabetical order in which the
outsider vacancy is available).
9.
Following are the details of candidates who are eligible for allocation to their Home State as per
Para 7 (a) of the Cadre Allocation Policy :(i)
In IPS cadre of AGMUT, there is one insider SC vacancy but no candidate of SC category
domicile of Delhi and also given preference No. 1 to AGMUT cadre. No candidate of ST/OBC category
has also qualified from the Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Manipur and Union Territories. However, General
category candidates, domicile of Delhi have qualified and opted for AGMUT cadre as preference No. 1.
The senior-most general category candidate, domicile of Delhi and also opted for AGMUT cadre as 1st
preference is Shri Deepak Gauri, Rank No. 99 is eligible for allocation to his Home State against the
unfilled insider SC vacancy. Shri Deepak Gauri has been allocated to IPS cadre of Punjab against his
preference No. 3 in the cadre allocation exercise under Para 8 (ii). The insider SC vacancy of AGMUT
cadre is shifted out as outsider SC to Punjab and outsider general from Punjab is brought in as insider
general in AGMUT and Shri Deepak Gauri is allocated against the said converted insider general vacancy.
(ii)
In IPS cadre of Bihar, there are two insider SC vacancies but no candidate of SC category
has qualified from Bihar. No candidate of ST category has also qualified from the State. OBC candidates
from Bihar who have opted for allocation to the Home State as preference No. 1 have qualified. The
senior-most OBC candidate namely Shri Satya Prakash, Rank No. 234 is eligible for allocation to his
Home State against the unfilled insider SC vacancy. Shri Satya Prakash gets allocated to Uttar Pradesh
in the cadre allocation exercise under Para 8 (ii). The insider SC vacancy of Bihar is shifted out as
outsider SC in Uttar Pradesh and one outsider OBC vacancy from Uttar Pradesh is brought in as insider
OBC in Bihar and Shri Satya Prakash is allocated to his Home State i.e. Bihar against the insider
converted OBC vacancy.
(iii)
The next senior most OBC candidate qualified from Bihar is Shri Ashish Bharati, Rank No.
331, who is eligible for allocation to his Home State against unfilled insider SC vacancy. Shri Ashish
Bharati gets allocated to Uttar Pradesh in the cadre allocation exercise under Para 8 (ii). The insider SC
vacancy of Bihar is shifted out as outsider SC in Uttar Pradesh and one outsider OBC vacancy is brought
in as insider OBC in Bihar and Shri Ashish Bharati is allocated to his Home State, Bihar against the
converted OBC insider vacancy.
(iv)
In IPS cadre of Himachal, there is one insider SC vacancy but no candidate of
SC/ST/OBC/General category has been allocated to IPS on the basis of CSE-2010. The unfilled insider
vacancy of SC is converted into outsider and filled as per Para 8 (iii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy.

(v)
In IPS cadre of Jharkhand, there is one insider SC vacancy but no candidate of
SC/ST/OBC/General category has been allocated to IPS on the basis of CSE-2010. The unfilled insider
vacancy of SC is converted into outsider and filled as per Para 8 (iii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy.
(vi)
In IPS cadre of Orissa, there is one insider SC vacancy but no candidate of SC category
has qualified from Orissa. No candidate of ST category has also qualified from the State. However,
General category candidate who has opted for allocation to Orissa as preference No. 1 has qualified the
exam. The senior-most General category candidate domicile of Orissa and opted for the Home State as
preference No. 1 is Shri Pinak Mishra, Rank No. 104 and is eligible for allocation to Home State against
unfilled insider SC vacancy. Shri Pinak Mishra gets allocated to IPS cadre of Bihar in the cadre allocation
exercise under Para 8 (ii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy. The insider SC vacancy of Orissa is shifted out
to Bihar as SC outsider and one General outsider vacancy of Bihar is brought in as insider General in
Orissa. Shri Pinak Mishra is allocated to his Home State Orissa against this converted vacancy.
(vii)
In IPS cadre of Sikkim, there is one insider SC vacancy but no candidate of
SC/ST/OBC/General category has been allocated to IPS on the basis of CSE-2010. The unfilled insider
vacancy of SC is converted into outsider and filled as per Para 8 (iii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy.
10.
As per Para 7 (b) of the Cadre Allocation Policy, when no candidate is available against an insider
ST vacancy in a cadre, the same shall be filled up by bringing in the senior-most insider officer available
in the merit list of SC candidates (failing which in the merit list of OBC candidates and in the merit list of
unreserved candidates in that order) and shifting the ST vacancy of the cadre to the cadre to which the
incoming officer would have normally been allotted against the available outsider vacancy in his
category (failing which to the next cadre in alphabetical order in which the outsider vacancy is available).
Following are the details of candidates who are eligible for allocation to their Home State as per Para 7
(b) of the Cadre Allocation Policy :(i)
In IPS cadre of AGMUT, there is one insider ST vacancy, but no candidate of ST category
has qualified from the segments of AGMUT cadre. There is one SC candidate namely Ms. Shalini, Rank
No. 600 belonging to Home State, Delhi but she has not given preference No. 1 to AGMUT cadre. Her
name was not considered for allocation to the Home State as per the Policy. No OBC category
candidate from the segments of AGMUT cadre has been allotted to IPS. However, General category
candidates who have given preference No. 1 to AGMUT cadre and also domicile of the State segments of
AMUT cadre. The senior most General category candidate eligible for allocation to the Home State is
Shri Pranav Tayal, Rank No. 238. As per allocation of cadres made under Para 8 (ii), Shri Pranav Tayal,
Rank No. 238 gets allocated to IPS cadre of W.B. The insider ST vacancy of AGMUT cadre is shifted
out to outsider ST in W.B. and one outsider General vacancy of W.B.is brought in as insider General
to AGMUT cadre. Shri Pranav Tayal, Rank No. 238 is allocated to AGMUT cadre against the said
converted General insider vacancy.

(ii)
In IPS cadre of Orissa, there is one insider ST vacancy but no candidate of ST category is
available from Orissa. No candidate of SC, OBC and of General category is eligible for allocation to Home
State (as no candidate of Orissa of SC/OBC/General) available for consideration. The unfilled ST vacancy
is, therefore, converted into outsider ST as per Para 8 (ii).
(iii)
In IPS cadre of Tamil Nadu, there is one insider ST vacancy but no candidate of ST
category is available from Tamil Nadu. The senior most SC candidate qualified from Tamil Nadu is
eligible for allocation to Home State against the ST vacancy. Shri Sasimohan, Rank No. 636 is the seniormost SC candidate qualified from Tamil Nadu and also given preference No. 1 to Home State i.e Tamil
Nadu. As per cadre allocation under Para 8 (ii), he gets allocated to the IPS cadre of Himachal. The
insider ST vacancy of Tamil Nadu is shifted out as outsider ST in Himachal and one SC outsider vacancy
from Himachal is brought in as insider SC in Tamil Nadu. Shri Sasimohan is allocated to his Home State
i.e. Tamil Nadu against the said converted insider SC vacancy.
(iv)
In IPS cadre of Uttar Pradesh, there is one ST insider vacancy but no candidate of ST
category is available for allocation to the Home State. The senior most SC candidate qualified from
Uttar Pradesh is eligible for allocation to Home State against the insider ST vacancy. Shri Abhishek
Singh, Rank No. 472 is the senior-most SC candidate qualified from Uttar Pradesh. He has also opted for
allocation to his Home State as preference No. 1. As per cadre allocation under Para 8 (ii), he gets
allocated to the IPS cadre of AGMUT. But there is no outsider SC vacancy is available in AGMUT cadre
for exchange. The only insider vacancy, which is converted into outsider for the purpose of allocation
under Para 8 (ii) against which Shri Abhishek Singh gets allocated to the AGMUT cadre, has been
consumed to give the benefit of Home State to General category candidate, Shri Deepak Gauri under
Para 7 (a) of the Cadre Allocation Policy as explained in Para 9 (i) above. The matter has been referred
to DOPT for their advice and DOPT has advised vide Note at P-64-65/N that for the purpose the vacancy
may be brought in from the next cadre in alphabetical order where outsider SC vacancy is available for
the purpose of allocation of Home State to Shri Abhishek Singh. The next cadre in alphabetical order is
Bihar where outsider SC vacancy is available. The insider ST vacancy of UP is shifted out as outsider ST
to Bihar and one outsider SC vacancy of Bihar is brought in as insider SC in UP. Shri Abhishek Singh is
allocated to his Home State against the said insider SC vacancy.
11.
As per Para 7 ( c ) of the Cadre Allocation Policy, when no candidate is available against an
insider OBC vacancy in a cadre, the same shall be filled up by bringing in the senior-most insider officer
available in the merit list of ST candidates (failing which in the merit list of SC candidates and in the
merit list of unreserved candidates in that order) and shifting the OBC vacancy of the cadre to the cadre
to which the incoming officer would have normally been allotted against the available outsider vacancy
in his category (failing which to the next cadre in alphabetical order in which the outsider vacancy is
available).

Following are the details of candidates who are eligible for allocation to their Home State as per
Para 7 (c) of the Cadre Allocation Policy :
(i)
In IPS cadre of AGMUT, there is one insider OBC vacancy but no candidate of OBC
category has qualified from the cadre. No ST/SC/General category candidate are also available for
allocation to Home State against the insider OBC vacancy. The unfilled insider OBC vacancy is converted
into outsider OBC and filled as per Para 8 (iii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy.
(ii)
In IPS cadre of Gujarat, there are two insider OBC vacancies, but no candidate of OBC
category is available for allocation to Home State i.e. Gujarat. There is also no candidate of SC/ST
category from Gujarat. There are General categories candidates qualified from Gujarat and are eligible
for allocation to their Home State against the unfilled insider OBC vacancy. The senior-most General
category candidate qualified from Gujarat and also opted for allocation to his Home State as preference
No. 1 is Shri Joysar Hiteshkumar Hansraj (Rank No. 116) and eligible for allocation to Home State against
the unfilled insider OBC vacancy. Shri Hansraj gets allocated to IPS cadre of Maharashtra as per the
allocation made under Para 8 (ii). The insider OBC vacancy of Gujarat is shifted out to outsider OBC to
Maharashtra and the outsider General vacancy of Maharashtra is brought in to Gujarat as General
insider. Shri Hansraj is allocated to his Home State Gujarat against the said converted vacancy.
(iii)
The second senior most General category candidate eligible for allocation to his Home
State against the 2nd unfilled insider OBC vacancy is Shri Tarun Kumar Duggal (Rank No. 153). Shri
Duggal gets allocated to IPS cadre of Madhya Pradesh as per the allocation made under Para 8 (ii). The
2nd insider OBC vacancy of Gujarat is shifted out to Madhya Pradesh as outsider OBC and one outsider
General vacancy from Madhya Pradesh is brought in as insider General in Gujarat. Shri Duggal is
allocated against the said converted vacancy to his Home State i.e. Gujarat.
(iv)
In IPS cadre of Madhya Pradesh, there are two insider OBC vacancies but no candidate
from Madhya Pradesh is available for allocation to Madhya Pradesh. No candidate of ST category is
also available for allocation to Madhya Pradesh as insider. However, one SC candidate has qualified
from MP. He is, therefore, eligible for allocation to his Home State i.e. Madhya Pradesh for which he has
given preference No. 1 against the unfilled insider OBC vacancy. Ms. Simala Prasad (Rank No. 718) is
eligible for allocation to her Home State. Ms. Simala Prasad has given her preference No. 20 against
J&K and Kerala. But against preference No. 20, neither she is getting J&K nor Kerala in the allocation
made under Para 8 (ii). She gets allocated to the IPS cadre of Manipur-Tripura in the allocation under
Para 8 (ii). The outsider SC vacancy of Manipur-Tripura is brought in as insider SC in Madhya Pradesh
and the insider OBC vacancy of Madhya Pradesh is shifted out to outsider OBC in Manipur-Tripura. Ms.
Simala Prasad is allocated to Madhya Pradesh i.e. her Home State against the said vacancy.
(v)
Against the 2nd unfilled insider OBC vacancy in Madhya Pradesh, no other OBC candidate
from Madhya Pradesh is available for consideration for allocation to Home State.

However, there is one insider General category candidate namely Ms. Isha Pant, Rank No. 191, domicile
of MP and also opted preference No. 1 to MP is eligible for allocation to the Home State. Ms. Isha Pant
get allocated to the IPS cadre of Chattisgarh as per the allocation made under Para 8 (ii). The insider
OBC vacancy of Madhya Pradesh is shifted out as outsider OBC in Chattisgarh and the outsider General
vacancy of Chattisgarh is brought in as insider General in Madhya Pradesh. Ms. Isha Pant is allocated to
her Home State i.e. MP against the said vacancy.
(vi)
In IPS cadre of Nagaland, there is one insider OBC vacancy but no candidate of
SC/ST/OBC/General category has been allocated to IPS on the basis of CSE-2010. The unfilled insider
vacancy of OBC is converted into outsider and filled as per Para 8 (iii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy.
(vii)
In IPS cadre of West Bengal, there are three insider OBC vacancies but no candidate of
SC/ST/OBC/General category has been allocated to IPS on the basis of CSE-2010. The unfilled insider
vacancy of OBC are converted into outsider and filled as per Para 8 (iii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy.
12.
By following the procedure as detailed out in preceding notes, the total number of insider
vacancies filled as per procedure mentioned in Para 8 (i), 7 (d), Para (9) and 7 (a), (b) & (c) of the Cadre
Allocation Policy are 41 as per the category-wise details given below :Category
Insider under Para 8 (i) 7(a), (b), (c) & (d)
Total
General
18
6
24
OBC
8*
2
10
SC
4
3
07
ST
0
0
0
Total
30
11
41
* This includes two candidates of OBC category qualified on General merit and are allotted
Home State against the OBC vacancy as per the modification in Para 9 of the Cadre Allocation Policy
issued by DOPT vide OM dated 21.4.2011.

13.
After filling the insider vacancy as mentioned above, the insider vacancy not filled in all the
cadre are converted into outsider in the respective categories as per Para 8 (ii) of the Cadre Allocation
Policy and were allocated to the outsider candidates as per Para 8 (iii) of the Cadre Allocation Policy.
The revised vacancy position after converting the unfilled insider vacancy into outsider plus outsider
vacancy in each cadre is tabulated below :-

Sl.No

Name of State Cadre

AGMUT (UT)

No.
of
vaca
ncie
s
14

Andhra Pradesh

Outsider (including the unfilled


vacancy converted into outsider)
GEN
OBC
SC
ST

insider

4+1=5

11

Total

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Assam Meghalaya
Bihar
Chhatisgarh
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur- Tripura
Nagaland
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
Total

6
6
2
5
4
3
3
3
6
5
8
11
6
5
4
6
4
1
8
16
1
15
150

4+1=5
2-1=1
1-1+1=1
1
1
1
+2
1+1=2
2
3-1=2
2-1=1
+2
3
1
3-1=2
1
2+1=3
5
10-1=9
53

1
+1
1
1
2
1
2+1=3
2+1=3
+1
1+1=2
1
1
3
2-1-1=0
+3
30

1+1-1=1
1
1-1+1=1
+1
1-1=0
3
3-1=2
+1
+1
1-1=0
1+1+1=3
+1
15

+1
2
+1
+1
1
2
+1
11

5
4
2
3
3
3
1
3
4
3
5
7
5
5
3
4
2
1
6
10
14
109

14.
The allocation of 103 candidates out of 144 (41 candidates have been allocated insider) has
been processed as per their preference and availability of vacancies at their turn as per Para 8 (iii) and
Para 9. The details of cadre allocated are as under :(a)

General :-

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Rank

Category

87
90
95
109
112
113
137
139
147
148
151
155
158
160
164

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

Name
S/Shri
Ms. Devangi Swarnkar
D. Krishna Bhaskar
Abhishek Kumar Singh
Himanshu Gupta
Gaurav Garg
Har Kishore Rai
Ms. Usha Rangnani
Abhishek Mohanty
Priyadarshi Alok
Sidharth Sihag
Ms. Urvija Goel
Chandan Kumar Jha
Ms. Nisha Shekhar
Ajay Pal
Patil Vinayak Vasantrao

Home State

Cadre Allotted

MH
KL
BH
Delhi
Delhi
UP
UP
OR
BH
HR
UP
BH
Delhi
PB
MH

RJ
AP
GJ
HP
PB
BH
AGMU
AP
JH
PB
AGMU
JH
TN
UP
KTK

16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.

166
168
169
170
172
173
175
176
182
184
187
192
194
201
203
205
209
210
211
212
214
217
220
221
222
223
225
227
236
239
240
242
243
244

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen./NA
Gen.
Gen.
G/OBC*
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
G/OBC*

Aditya Pratap Singh


Rajat Bansal
Mohammad Imran
Sunpreet Singh
Shailesh Kumar Pandey
Ingit Pratap Singh
Amogh Jeevan Gaonkar
Ms. Ruchika Katyal
Sameer Sharma
Lodha Rahul Kumar Indarchand
Zafaar Ajmal Kidwai
Kuldeep Kumar R Jain
Joyanta Chakraborty
Swapnil Mamgain
Vindita Pandey
Gaurav Lal
Santosh Hadimani
Indira Kalyan Elesela
Yathish Chandra G.H.
Mohneesh Mishra
Prateesh Kumar
Ms. Preeth Ganapathy
Ms. Shivani Tiwari
Ambarkar Shriram Dinkar
Shrihari Pandey
Abhishek Modi
Anand Mishra
Bhola Nath Pandey
Abhishek Gupta
Raja P
Ankur Jain
Pankaj Kumar Dwivedi
Ms. Sankaran Subashini Jagadeesan
Annamalai K

RJ
UP
BH
PB
BH
UP
KTK
HR
J&K
MH
UP
TN
WB
UK
UP
UP
KTK
AP
KTK
UP
UP
KTK
RJ
MH
BH
UP
WB
UP
UP
TN
MP
UP
MH
TN

MP
WB
UP
AP
UP
AGMU
MH
AGMUT
AGMUT
MP
WB
KTK
OR
UP
TN
WB
TN
CHG
TN
AM
KL
UP
WB
J&K
WB
WB
AM
WB
WB
KTK
AM
WB
AM
KTK

(b) * It has been noticed from the above allocation that two candidates rank No. 239 and 244
belonging to the OBC category but qualified on General merit are eligible for allocation of cadre against
the OBC vacancy as per modified Para 9 of the Cadre Allocation Policy, as they are getting higher
preference against the reserved vacancy. Thus, effectively only 47 candidates of General category
candidates are allocated cadres against 53 outsider vacancies available leaving 6 UR vacancy unfilled.
The details of unfilled vacancies in General category are as under :-

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1.
2.

Cadre
Assam-Meghalaya
Manipur-Tripura

Unfilled vacancies
1
2

Reasons
2 due to non-joining 4 due to allocation
of cadre against OBC vacancy. (2 insider

3.
Total

Nagaland

3
6

Rank No. 3 and 237, 2 outsider Rank


No. 239 and 244

(c)
Now, we allocate cadres to the OBC candidates against the outsider OBC vacancies. The total
number of outsider OBC vacancies is 30 whereas the numbers of candidates are 31 who are to be
allocated cadre against OBC vacancy. Out of 31, two candidates who belong to OBC category but
qualified on General merits are getting cadre of their higher preference against the OBC vacancies.
Since the number of vacancies are less than the number of candidates available, as per the amendment
in the Cadre Allocation Policy issued by DOPT vide their OM dated 15.6.2011 which provides as under :(i)
Allocation with reference to limited preference candidates is governed by Para 5 which
envisaged that if a candidate is not allotted to any of the cadre for which he has indicated preference,
he shall be allocated along with other such candidate in the order of rank to any of the remaining cadre,
arranged in alphabetical order, in which there are vacancies in his category after allocation of all the
candidates who can be allotted to cadre in accordance with their preference. Normally, limited
preference candidates are assigned cadre in the end as per Policy. However, Policy also lays down
allocation of such candidate in their category. Therefore, because of migration of GM (General Merit)
candidates to their own category, a situation may arise where both reserved category and general
category vacancies are left. As general candidates cannot be allocated against reserved vacancies, it is
mandatory to first allocate cadre to these general categories limited (equal) preferences candidates.
(ii)
In order to ensure that adjustment of unallocated reserved category candidate does not
result into higher rank candidates being allocated lower preferred cadre vis--vis lower rank candidates,
it is stipulated that cadre controlling authority would (a) pull together all reserved category candidates
(except GM candidates) who have been already allocated cadre plus unallocated reserved candidates
and (b) pull together all the cadres allocated to the reserved candidates against outsider vacancy plus
unutilized UR vacancies. Thereafter all reserved candidates will be arranged according to their ranks
and cadres would be allocated keeping in view the rank, preference, vacancies at the turn.
15.
As per the above instructions issued by DOPT as mentioned in Para 16, the unfilled (6 vacancies)
in the unreserved category are converted into OBC in the respective cadre and allocation to OBC
candidates is done accordingly. The details of cadre allocated to OBC candidates is as under :-

OBC :-

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No.

Rank

1. 251
2. 260

Category

Name

Home State

Cadre allotted

OBC
OBC

Ms. Manisha Choudhary


Anburajan K.K.N.

RJ
TN

HR
AP

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.

286
289
304
307
314
315
322
328
329
340
347
361
363
364
369
371
374
385
389
396
399
400
401
403
405
409
416

OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC

B. Gangadhar
Mandlik Chaitanya Ravindra
Murali Rambha
P.S.C. Kalyan
Karthick K.
Shankar Choudhary
Fating Rahul Haridas
Gaurav Yadav
Sreedhar G
Ms. Pratiksha Godara
S. Chaitanya
Kaushal Kumar
Riyaz Iqbal
Asit Yadav
Santosh Kumar Singh
Rakesh Kumar
Deepak Yadav
Sanjay Kumar Sain
Kumar Gautam
Arun Thamburaj A.
Battula Gangadhar
Ajeet Singh Yadav
Karthikeyan K.
Surya Pratap Yadav
IIyas K.P.A.
Ms. Anjum Ara
Pravin Mundhe

AP
MH
AP
AP
TN
JH
MH
UP
TN
RJ
AP
BH
KL
UP
UP
UP
HR
RJ
BH
TN
AP
UP
TN
UP
KL
UP
MH

TN
GJ
TN
TN
KL
AGMUT
MP
RJ
MH
AGMUT
MH
MH
MP
MP
CHG
BH
AGMUT
AGMUT
WB
AGMUT
OR
WB
AM
WB
NG
MT
MT

SC :The cadres allocated to the SC and ST category candidates are as under:-

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No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Rank

Category

Name

Home State

Cadre allotted

488
491
524
532
548
569
600
603
656
661

SC
SC
SC
SC
ST
SC
SC
ST
SC
ST

Deepak Hilori
Manjunath Huchappa Singe
Ms. Saraoj Kumari
Rakesh Chandra Kalasagar M.
Abhishek Jorwal
Pranaya Ashok
Ms. Shalini
Ms. Guguloth Amrutha
Ms. Jaya Roy
Madan Mohan Meena

UP
KTK
RJ
AP
RJ
UP
Delhi
AP
WB
RJ

PB
MH
GJ
MH
HR
MH
UP
AGMUT
JH
PB

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

670
671
678
679
681
689
698
703
707
708
720
721
732
735
749

SC
ST
ST
ST
ST
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
ST
ST
ST
SC
ST

Rajesh S.
Rajendar Kumar Meena
Hemant Kutiyal
D. Pradeepkumar
Raman Kumar Meena
Ms. Meshram Swapna Gautam
Manoj C.
Aditya Kumar
Ananthnag V.S.R.
Ms. Sonkavde Sonal Laxmidas
Rajendra Kumar Bheel
Fakkeerappa Kaginelli
Banoth Jugal Kishore Kumar
Siva Prasad Yellasiri
Koteswara Rao Nalavath

TN
RJ
UK
AP
RJ
MH
TN
UP
AP
MH
RJ
KTK
AP
AP
AP

UP
HR
UP
UP
HP
HP
UP
BH
WB
MT
BH
AP
OR
SK
WB

16.
The consolidated list of 144 candidates allocated cadres with details is as below. Rank No. 225
has mentioned his category as N.A. in the UPSC form. He has been allocated service as General. His
category is taken as General.

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01
02
03

3
84
86

Categor
y
G/OBC
Gen.
Gen.

Name of the candidate


S/Shri/Ms.
R.V. Varun Kumar *
Nanak Singh
Bhuvan Bhushan Yadav

TN
PB
RJ

Cadre
Allotted
TN
PB
RJ

87
90

Gen.
Gen.

Ms. Devangi Swarnkar


D. Krishna Bhaskar

MH
KL

RJ
AP

06 93

Gen.

Ghanshyam Bansal

Delhi

AGMUT

07
08
09

95
99
104

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

Abhishek Kumar Singh


Deepak Gauri
Pinak Mishra

BH
Delhi
OR

GJ
AGMUT
OR

10 105
11 106
12 108

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

Bhusarapu Satya Yesubabu


Rahul Pandey
Ajay Kumar

AP
UP
UP

AP
UP
UP

13

109

Gen.

Himanshu Gupta

Delhi

HP

14 110

Gen.

Karthik Reddy

KTK

KTK

15
16
17

112
113
116

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

Gaurav Garg
Har Kishore Rai
Joysar Hiteshkumar Hansraj

Delhi
UP
GJ

PB
BH
GJ

18 130
19 131
20 136

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

Deshmukh Pankaj Ashokarao


Mangesh Kumar
Sandeep Singh

MH
UTK
UP

MH
UTK
UP

21
22

137
139

Gen.
Gen.

Ms. Usha Rangnani


Abhishek Mohanty

UP
OR

AGMUT
AP

23 141
24 144

Gen.
Gen.

Akkanouru Prasad Praladh


Anand Sharma

MH
RJ

MH
RJ

04
05

Rank No.

Home State

25
26

147
148

Gen.
Gen.

Priyadarshi Alok
Sidharth Sihag

BH
HR

JH
PB

27 150

Gen.

Vivek Sheel Soni

PB

PB

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

151
153
155
158
160
164
166
168
169
170

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

Ms. Urvija Goel


Tarun Kumar Duggal
Chandan Kumar Jha
Ms. Nisha Shekhar
Ajay Pal
Patil Vinayak Vasantrao
Aditya Pratap Singh
Rajat Bansal
Mohammad Imran
Sunpreet Singh

UP
GJ
BH
Delhi
PB
MH
RJ
UP
BH
PB

AGMU
GJ
JH
TN
UP
KTK
MP
WB
UP
AP

38 171

Gen.

Arijit Sinha

WB

WB

39
40
41
42

172
173
175
176

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.

Shailesh Kumar Pandey


Ingit Pratap Singh
Amogh Jeevan Gaonkar
Ms. Ruchika Katyal

BH
UP
KTK
HR

UP
AGMU
MH
AGMUT

43 177
44 180

Gen.
Gen.

Venkata Appalanaidu Chintam


Syed Abid Rasheed Shah

AP
J&K

AP
J&K

45

182

Gen.

Sameer Sharma

J&K

AGMUT

46 183

Gen.

Saurabh Mishra

MP

MP

47
48

184
187

Gen.
Gen.

Lodha Rahul Kumar Indarchand


Zafaar Ajmal Kidwai

MH
UP

MP
WB

49 188
50 191

Gen.
Gen.

Narayanan T.
Ms. Isha Pant

KL
MP

KL
MP

51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69

Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
Gen./NA
Gen.
OBC
Gen.

Kuldeep Kumar R Jain


Joyanta Chakraborty
Swapnil Mamgain
Vindita Pandey
Gaurav Lal
Santosh Hadimani
Indira Kalyan Elesela
Yathish Chandra G.H.
Mohneesh Mishra
Prateesh Kumar
Ms. Preeth Ganapathy
Ms. Shivani Tiwari
Ambarkar Shriram Dinkar
Shrihari Pandey
Abhishek Modi
Anand Mishra
Bhola Nath Pandey
Satya Prakash
Abhishek Gupta

TN
WB
UK
UP
UP
KTK
AP
KTK
UP
UP
KTK
RJ
MH
BH
UP
WB
UP
BH
UP

KTK
OR
UP
TN
WB
TN
CHG
KL
AM
KL
UP
WB
J&K
WB
WB
AM
WB
BH
WB

192
194
201
203
205
209
210
211
212
214
217
220
221
222
223
225
227
234
236

70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115

237
238
239
240
242
243
244
251
260
274
286
288
289
304
307
314
315
317
322
328
329
331
340
343
347
359
361
363
364
369
371
374
385
389
396
399
400
401
403
405
409
411
416
472
488
491

G/OBC
Gen.
G/OBC
Gen.
Gen.
Gen.
G/OBC*
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
SC
SC
SC

Ms. Patil Mokshada Anil


Pranav Tayal
P. Raja
Ankur Jain
Pankaj Kumar Dwivedi
Ms. Sankaran Subashini Jagadeesan
Annamalai K
Ms. Manisha Choudhary
Anburajan K.K.N.
Babujee Attada
B. Gangadhar
Parvinder Singh
Mandlik Chaitanya Ravindra
Murali Rambha
P.S.C. Kalyan
Karthick K.
Shankar Choudhary
Dev Ranjan Verma
Fating Rahul Haridas
Gaurav Yadav
Sreedhar G
Ashish Bharati
Ms. Pratiksha Godara
Manoj Kumar
S. Chaitanya
Hari Sankar
Kaushal Kumar
Riyaz Iqbal
Asit Yadav
Santosh Kumar Singh
Rakesh Kumar
Deepak Yadav
Sanjay Kumar Sain
Kumar Gautam
Arun Thamburaj A.
Battula Gangadhar
Ajeet Singh Yadav
Karthikeyan K.
Surya Pratap Yadav
IIyas K.P.A.
Ms. Anjum Ara
Santosh Babu K
Pravin Mundhe
Abhishek Singh
Deepak Hilori
Manjunath Huchappa Singe

MH
Delhi
TN
MP
UP
MH
TN
RJ
TN
AP
AP
UP
MH
AP
AP
TN
JH
UP
MH
UP
TN
BH
RJ
HR
AP
KL
BH
KL
UP
UP
UP
HR
RJ
BH
TN
AP
UP
TN
UP
KL
UP
KTK
MH
UP
UP
KTK

MH
AGMUT
KTK
AM
WB
AM
KTK
HR
AP
AP
TN
UP
GJ
TN
TN
KL
AGMUT
UP
MP
RJ
MH
BH
AGMUT
HR
MH
KL
MH
MP
MP
CHG
BH
AGMUT
AGMUT
WB
AGMUT
OR
WB
AM
WB
NG
MT
KTK
MT
UP
PB
MH

116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

524
532
548
559
569
577
579
600
603
636
656
661
670
671
678
679
681
689
698
703
707
708
718
720
721
732
735
744
749

SC
SC
ST
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
ST
SC
SC
ST
SC
ST
ST
ST
ST
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
ST
ST
ST
SC
SC
ST

Ms. Saraoj Kumari


Rakesh Chandra Kalasagar M.
Abhishek Jorwal
Vinod Kumar
Pranaya Ashok
Maharabam Pradip Singh
Ms. Bhagat Priyanka Nawanath
Ms. Shalini
Ms. Guguloth Amrutha
Sasimohan V
Ms. Jaya Roy
Madan Mohan Meena
Rajesh S.
Rajendar Kumar Meena
Hemant Kutiyal
D. Pradeepkumar
Raman Kumar Meena
Ms. Meshram Swapna Gautam
Manoj C.
Aditya Kumar
Ananthnag V.S.R.
Ms. Sonkavde Sonal Laxmidas
Ms. Simala Prasad
Rajendra Kumar Bheel
Fakkeerappa Kaginelli
Banoth Jugal Kishore Kumar
Siva Prasad Yellasiri
Shankar Brata Raimedhi
Koteswara Rao Nalavath

RJ
AP
RJ
JK
UP
Manipur
MH
Delhi
AP
TN
WB
RJ
TN
RJ
UK
AP
RJ
MH
TN
UP
AP
MH
MP
RJ
KTK
AP
AP
Assam
AP

GJ
MH
HR
JK
MH
MT
MH
UP
AGMUT
TN
JH
PB
UP
HR
UP
UP
HP
HP
UP
BH
WB
MT
MP
BH
AP
OR
SK
AM
WB

17.
The cadre allocation in respect of 144 candidates (General 75, OBC 37, SC 21, ST
11) is as per the Cadre Allocation Policy dated 10.4.2008 further amended vide OM dated
21.4.2011 and 15.6.2011. Utmost care has been taken to prepare the data relating to
preferences for allocation to various cadres given by each candidate from the records available
in their UPSC examination dossier received from DOPT.
18.
Kind approval of Union Home Minister is solicited to the cadre allocation to the
candidates appointed in the Indian Police Service on the basis of CSE-2010 as mentioned in Para
16 of the note above.
(Rajinder Kumar)
Section Officer (IPS-IV)
26.3.2012
Director(P)

(TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE GAZETTE OF INDIA PART I SECTION II)


No. I-12015/2/2009-IPS.IV
Government of India
Ministry of Home Affairs
Room No. 220, North Block,
New Delhi 110 001, dated the 24th April, 2012
NOTIFICATION
In exercise of powers conferred by Sub-rule (1) of Rule-5 of the Indian Police Service
(Cadre) Rules, 1954, the Central Government allocates following cadres to the candidates
allocated to the Indian Police Service on the basis of the results of the Civil Services
Examination, 2010.
Sl.
No.

Rank
No.

Name of the candidate


S/Shri

Home State

Cadre
Allotted

01
02
03
04
05

3
84
86
87
90

R.V. Varun Kumar


Nanak Singh
Bhuvan Bhushan Yadav
Ms. Devangi Swarnkar
D. Krishna Bhaskar

TN
PB
RJ
MH
KL

TN
PB
RJ
RJ
AP

06

93

Ghanshyam Bansal

Delhi

AGMUT

07
08
09

95
99
104

Abhishek Kumar Singh


Deepak Gauri
Pinak Mishra

BH
Delhi
OR

GJ
AGMUT
OR

10
11
12

105
106
108

Bhusarapu Satya Yesubabu


Rahul Pandey
Ajay Kumar

AP
UP
UP

AP
UP
UP

13

109

Himanshu Gupta

Delhi

HP

14

110

Karthik Reddy

KTK

KTK

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

112
113
116
130
131
136
137
139
141
144
147

Gaurav Garg
Har Kishore Rai
Joysar Hiteshkumar Hansraj
Deshmukh Pankaj Ashokarao
Mangesh Kumar
Sandeep Singh
Ms. Usha Rangnani
Abhishek Mohanty
Akkanouru Prasad Praladh
Anand Sharma
Priyadarshi Alok

Delhi
UP
GJ
MH
UTK
UP
UP
OR
MH
RJ
BH

PB
BH
GJ
MH
UTK
UP
AGMUT
AP
MH
RJ
JH

26

148

Sidharth Sihag

HR

PB

27

150

Vivek Sheel Soni

PB

PB

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

151
153
155
158
160
164
166
168
169
170

Ms. Urvija Goel


Tarun Kumar Duggal
Chandan Kumar Jha
Ms. Nisha Shekhar
Ajay Pal
Patil Vinayak Vasantrao
Aditya Pratap Singh
Rajat Bansal
Mohammad Imran
Sunpreet Singh

UP
GJ
BH
Delhi
PB
MH
RJ
UP
BH
PB

AGMUT
GJ
JH
TN
UP
KTK
MP
WB
UP
AP

38

171

Arijit Sinha

WB

WB

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71

172
173
175
176
177
180
182
183
184
187
188
191
192
194
201
203
205
209
210
211
212
214
217
220
221
222
223
225
227
234
236
237
238

Shailesh Kumar Pandey


Ingit Pratap Singh
Amogh Jeevan Gaonkar
Ms. Ruchika Katyal
Venkata Appalanaidu Chintam
Syed Abid Rasheed Shah
Sameer Sharma
Saurabh Mishra
Lodha Rahul Kumar Indarchand
Zafar Ajmal Kidwai
Narayanan T.
Ms. Isha Pant
Kuldeep Kumar R Jain
Joyanta Chakraborty
Swapnil Mamgain
Ms. Vindita Pandey
Gaurav Lal
Santosh Hadimani
Indira Kalyan Elesela
Yathish Chandra G.H.
Mohneesh Mishra
Prateesh Kumar
Ms. Preeth Ganapathy
Ms. Shivani Tewari
Ambarkar Shriram Dinkar
Shrihari Pandey
Abhishek Modi
Anand Mishra
Bhola Nath Pandey
Satya Prakash
Abhishek Gupta
Ms. Patil Mokshada Anil
Pranav Tayal

BH
UP
KTK
HR
AP
J&K
J&K
MP
MH
UP
KL
MP
TN
WB
UK
UP
UP
KTK
AP
KTK
UP
UP
KTK
RJ
MH
BH
UP
WB
UP
BH
UP
MH
Delhi

UP
AGMUT
MH
AGMUT
AP
J&K
AGMUT
MP
MP
WB
KL
MP
KTK
OR
UP
TN
WB
TN
CHG
KL
AM
KL
UP
WB
J&K
WB
WB
AM
WB
BH
WB
MH
AGMUT

72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117

239
240
242
243
244
251
260
274
286
288
289
304
307
314
315
317
322
328
329
331
340
343
347
359
361
363
364
369
371
374
385
389
396
399
400
401
403
405
409
411
416
472
488
491
524
532

P. Raja
Ankur Jain
Pankaj Kumar Dwivedi
Ms. Sankaran Subashini Jagadeesan
Annamalai K
Ms. Manisha Choudhary
Anburajan K.K.N.
Babujee Attada
B. Gangadhar
Parvinder Singh
Mandlik Chaitanya Ravindra
Murali Rambha
P.S.C. Kalyan
Karthick K.
Shankar Choudhary
Dev Ranjan Verma
Fating Rahul Haridas
Gaurav Yadav
Sreedhar G
Ashish Bharti
Ms. Pratiksha Godara
Manoj Kumar
S. Chaitanya
Hari Sankar
Kaushal Kumar
Riyaz Iqbal
Asit Yadav
Santosh Kumar Singh
Rakesh Kumar
Deepak Yadav
Sanjay Kumar Sain
Kumar Gautam
Arun Thamburaj A.
Battula Gangadhar
Ajeet Singh Yadav
Karthikeyan K.
Surya Pratap Yadav
IIyas K.P.A.
Ms. Anjum Ara
Santosh Babu K
Pravin Mundhe
Abhishek Singh
Deepak Hilori
Manjunath Huchappa Singe
Ms. Saraoj Kumari
Rakesh Chandra Kalasagar M.

TN
MP
UP
MH
TN
RJ
TN
AP
AP
UP
MH
AP
AP
TN
JH
UP
MH
UP
TN
BH
RJ
HR
AP
KL
BH
KL
UP
UP
UP
HR
RJ
BH
TN
AP
UP
TN
UP
KL
UP
KTK
MH
UP
UP
KTK
RJ
AP

KTK
AM
WB
AM
KTK
HR
AP
AP
TN
UP
GJ
TN
TN
KL
AGMUT
UP
MP
RJ
MH
BH
AGMUT
HR
MH
KL
MH
MP
MP
CHG
BH
AGMUT
AGMUT
WB
AGMUT
OR
WB
AM
WB
NG
MT
KTK
MT
UP
PB
MH
GJ
MH

118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144

548
559
569
577
579
600
603
636
656
661
670
671
678
679
681
689
698
703
707
708
718
720
721
732
735
744
749

Abhishek Jorwal
Vinod Kumar
Pranaya Ashok
Maharabam Pradip Singh
Ms. Bhagat Priyanka Nawanath
Ms. Shalini
Ms. Guguloth Amrutha
Sasimohan V
Ms. Jaya Roy
Madan Mohan Meena
Rajesh S.
Rajendar Kumar Meena
Hemant Kutiyal
D. Pradeepkumar
Raman Kumar Meena
Ms. Meshram Swapna Gautam
Manoj C.
Aditya Kumar
Ananthnag V.S.R.
Ms. Sonkavde Sonal Laxmidas
Ms. Simala Prasad
Rajendra Kumar Bheel
Fakkeerappa Kaginelli
Banoth Jugal Kishore Kumar
Siva Prasad Yellasiri
Shankar Brata Raimedhi
Koteswara Rao Nalavath

RJ
J&K
UP
Manipur
MH
Delhi
AP
TN
WB
RJ
TN
RJ
UTK
AP
RJ
MH
TN
UP
AP
MH
MP
RJ
KTK
AP
AP
Assam
AP

HR
J&K
MH
MT
MH
UP
AGMUT
TN
JH
PB
UP
HR
UP
UP
HP
HP
UP
BH
WB
MT
MP
BH
AP
OR
SK
AM
WB

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