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GUWAHATI, July 1 - A total of 90 candidates in the ACS (Jr grade) and 47 candidates in the APS (Jr grade) were selected in the Combined Competitive Examination-2014 conducted by the Assam Public Service Commission, the results of which were declared last night.

Ankita Bora topped the list of successful ACS candidates, while John Das was the topper in the APS. In the ACS, the top four candidates were women.

The ACS and APS apart, there were three Labour Officers, seven Superintendents of Taxes, three Superintendents of Excise, seven District Transport Officers, one Labour Inspector, 21 Inspectors of Taxes and one Inspector of Excise.

Of the 90 ACS posts, 49 were general, while there were 31 OBC, 8 ST(P), and 2 ST(H). Twenty-five of the selected ACS candidates were women.

In the APS, 24 were general candidates while there were 11 OBC, 5 SC, 5 ST(P), and 2 ST(H). There were 11 women in APS.

A total of 371 candidates had appeared in the interview against 180 posts of ACS and allied services.

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APSC civil service results declared

GUWAHATI, July 1 - A total of 90 candidates in the ACS (Jr grade) and 47 candidates in the APS (Jr grade) were selected in the Combined Competitive Examination-2014 conducted by the Assam Public Service Commission, the results of which were declared last night.

Ankita Bora topped the list of successful ACS candidates, while John Das was the topper in the APS. In the ACS, the top four candidates were women.

The ACS and APS apart, there were three Labour Officers, seven Superintendents of Taxes, three Superintendents of Excise, seven District Transport Officers, one Labour Inspector, 21 Inspectors of Taxes and one Inspector of Excise.

Of the 90 ACS posts, 49 were general, while there were 31 OBC, 8 ST(P), and 2 ST(H). Twenty-five of the selected ACS candidates were women.

In the APS, 24 were general candidates while there were 11 OBC, 5 SC, 5 ST(P), and 2 ST(H). There were 11 women in APS.

A total of 371 candidates had appeared in the interview against 180 posts of ACS and allied services.

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