UPPSC RO / ARO Exam 2017: Amit Topper of Sultanpur, Surendra and Praveen at number two and third place


Prayagraj, J.N.N. UPPSC RO / ARO Exam 2017: Amit Kumar Saroj of Sultanpur has been the topper in the RO-ARO 2017 exam of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC), while Surendra of Ambedkar Nagar and Praveen Kumar Mani of Deoria at number two. Those selected in the first three positions have been preparing for competitive examinations for many years. He is excited about the success at RO-ARO, but is not satisfied with it. He will keep preparing now.

Amit Kumar Saroj, a resident of Rajpur village of Chanda block in Sultanpur district, prepares by staying in Delhi. His father Ashok Kumar Saroj is working in the revenue department. After studying 12th from Navodaya Vidyalaya Barabanki, he did B.Tech from a private institution based in Noida. Then staying in Delhi started preparing for competitive examinations from 2014. Continually sat for PCS examinations. Apart from this, Assistant Commandant appeared in the examination of Assistant Forest Conservator.

Amit Kumar Saroj says that his mother Sushila, who suffered from blood cancer, died in 2018, but remained busy preparing. He takes this success as a mother’s blessing. Married to Akanksha three months ago. He says that his dream is to become a PCS officer. Will continue preparing for this.

This is the beginning of success: Praveen

Praveen Kumar Mani, a resident of Vikrampur Banspar village of Baitalpur tehsil of Deoria district, ranked third in the RO-ARO examination, is preparing for competitive examinations by staying in Prayagraj. After studying from Deoria to 12th, he moved to Lucknow. After graduating from there came to Prayagraj. His father Girijesh Kumar Mani is the headmaster of primary school. Praveen, who appeared for the Mains exam at PCS 2019, also gave an interview at PCS 2017. However, success could not be achieved. He says that this success has inspired him to move forward. Now we will prepare for PCS with new energy and enthusiasm. He is sure that he will get success.

Women got less success

The percentage of success of women candidates in RO-ARO 2017 exam was low. The situation has been that the number of women candidates is only two out of the initial 50 selected. Deepshikha Pandey at number 22 and Indu at number 41 have got success. Apart from these, the number of women selected is very less.


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