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Preparation strategy and experiences about the successful candidates in Civil Services Exam 2017

Planning and Discipline are two most crucial aspects of this Exam; says Shreyash Pratap Singh (AIR 266; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 14th July 2018  

Shreyash Pratap Singh, B.E. (Electrical and Electronics) from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani has registered a remarkable success in Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was his second attempt and he had picked Political Science and International Relations as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 6th August 2019

06-08-2019
“No Matter what the odds are, Determination and Passion is the Key to Crack this Examination”; says Hasan Safin Mustufaali (AIR 570; CSE 2017)

On Monday 16th July 2018  

It is an unusual story of a Gujarati boy who has shown strong faith in self, his parent’s sacrifice and opportune help he got from unfamiliar persons that shaped his career.

Hasan Safin Mustufaali (AIR 570; CSE 2017) who just turned 23,has achieved what he desired in his first attempt in Civil Services Examination. He also cleared Gujarat PSC Class 1 simultaneously with Rank 34.

His choice was Literature of Gujarati Language as Optional Subject.


Last Update Sunday 4th August 2019

04-08-2019
Consistency, perseverance, self belief and ability to analyse my failure are four factors that worked for me; says Ravi Anand (AIR 79; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 15th July 2018  

With focussed hard work Ravi Anand, B.Tech. (Chemical Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur has accomplished his goal of becoming IAS Officer by securing 79th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Ravi has shown interest in keeping Geography as optional subject.

This success came to him in his third attempt.


Last Update Tuesday 30th July 2019

30-07-2019
Perseverance and Dedicated Hard Work helped Neha Jain (AIR 14; CSE 2017) to Achieve the Goal

On Wednesday 16th May 2018  

In Civil Services Examination 2017, a dentist, Neha Jain (AIR 14; CSE 2017) has shaped an inspiring success by securing such a high rank with her hard work and perseverance and that too with an optional subject from a very different discipline – LAW.

 


Last Update Tuesday 30th July 2019

30-07-2019
With a seamless plan, right guidance and inner motivation, I achieved my Ultimate Goal; says Ankit Jain (AIR 222; CSE 2017)

On Wednesday 13th June 2018  

Ankit Jain, a B.Tech from IET, Lucknow (UPTU) has achieved splendid success in Civil Services Examination 2017. With AIR 222 he expects to fulfill his desire to be in Indian Police Service; his first preference.

With a steady career progression as a Back-Up Plan for Job Security, he achieved this success in his third attempt.

He has continued to show faith with Public Administration as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 30th July 2019

30-07-2019
“It is never too late to think about Civil Services Examination and commence serious preparation” says Anukriti Sharma (AIR 355; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 5th August 2018  

Here is an amazing story of Anukriti Sharma for whom becoming Civil Servant was not a childhood dream; yet, she cracked Civil Services Examination with hard work and perseverance and unlocked a bright future in ‘Civil Services’.

For her, ‘Civil Services’ occurred as career possibility after marriage only. Still, she showed courage to prepare for it and demonstrated a remarkable strength of mind despite unsuccessful three attempts.

She achieved this brilliant success in her fourth attempt and securing 355th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

She picked up Geography as Optional Subject.


Last Update Monday 29th July 2019

29-07-2019
Learning from mistakes and rectifying them helped me accomplish my dream: Durishetty Anudeep (AIR 1; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 6th May 2018  

The top most rank in Civil Services Examination 2017 has gone to Durishetty Anudeep who achieved this success in fifth attempt.

After having appeared in last 4 attempts with Public Administration, Anudeep switched to Anthropology this time and grabbed the 1st rank.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“Focusing on one thing at a time has power to produce incredible result” says Anu Kumari (AIR 2; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 6th May 2018  

A Physics Honours graduate from Hindu College, Delhi, and an MBA from IMT Nagpur, mother of 4-yr-old child, Anu Kumari, from Sonipat (Haryana) has got 2nd rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

She had worked with companies like ICICI Prudential, Religare Health and Aviva Life Insurance before she decided to appear in Civil Services Examination.

She achieved this splendid success in her second attempt with Sociology as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“To accomplish Goal; make a plan, remain passionate about it and work harder”, Says Sachin Gupta (AIR 3; CSE 2017)

On Wednesday 16th May 2018  

Sachin Gupta, a Mechanical Engineer from Thapar University, Patiala has cracked Civil Services Examination 2017 in his 3rd attempt.

He has achieved this success with Anthropology as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Family’s strength and encouragement from friends made this achievable, says Anubhav Singh (AIR 8; CSE 2017)

On Wednesday 16th May 2018  

At an early stage, educated thoroughly in Hindi medium, Anubhav had Primary and Middle education from his village till 8th standard; then, he moved to Allahabad to complete secondary education and simultaneously worked on his English as he knew he has to work on his language to achieve big.

His confidence soared once he cracked IIT entrance examination.

Anubhav started preparing for Civil Services Examination from the third year of his graduation.

After completing B.Tech. (Civil Engineering) from IIT Roorkee in 2015 he appeared in Civil Services Examination and achieved success in CSE 2016 with AIR 683 that got him Indian Revenue Service (IT). And now, in CSE 2017 Anubhav has secured Rank 8 with Mathematics as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“This exam requires a broad understanding and not rote learning of facts” says Pratham Kaushik (AIR 5; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 30th June 2018  

When it comes to Civil Services Examination, securing Rank 5 is a big success. It gains more significance as in his first attempt Pratham Kaushik couldn’t even clear Preliminary Examination.

After completing B.E. from Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh Pratham commenced preparation for Civil Services Examination and in his second attempt he has produced this wonderful result.

He had chosen Geography as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“Faith in God and unwavering support of the family helped me accomplish my Goal”; says Ashima Mittal (AIR12; CSE 2017)

On Thursday 7th June 2018  

Ashima Mittal, a Civil Engineer from IIT, Mumbai has secured 12th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017. This success came to her in third attempt.

In her first attempt she faced interview but couldn’t find place in merit-list. In second effort, she had tasted the sweetness of success; but, a lower rank (AIR 328; CSE 2016) got her IRS (IT).

She had kept Anthropology as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
I was clear that nothing except Hard Work will help and I was willing to do it; say Saumya Sharma (AIR 9; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 1st July 2018  

Saumya is described by her friends and family members as ‘an unwavering optimist’.

At an age of just 23, Saumya Sharma has conquered the summit called – IAS that too in her first attempt. She has hearing disability that occurred all of sudden when she was 16.

This success has been quite significant as Saumya was suffering from viral fever while she wrote Main Examination and required immediate medical attention.

She has shown faith in her own subject Law that she picked up as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“Civil Services Examination is really unpredictable; the best you can do is, give your best” says Abhishek Surana (AIR 10; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 27th May 2018  

Abhishek Surana from Rajasthan has secured 10th Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

For him, it has been an outstanding exposure to different worlds; as an investment banker, entrepreneur Abhishek had spent quite some time working outside India; and later, decided to come back to India to try his luck with Civil Services Examination.

In his last attempt Abhishek secured 250th rank in CSE 2016 and now, in his fourth attempt he reached the final destination ensuring career in coveted Indian Administrative Services.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“I used internet to understand the nuances of this exam, its requirements and intricacies involved” says Sudhir Kumar (AIR 42; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 24th July 2018  

Sudhir Kumar, a simple science graduate from Delhi University took it up as challenge to crack Civil Services Examination and with full dedication, determination and focus achieved this brilliant success.

With self-prepared strategies Sudhir moved forward slowly but steadily and with his second attempt in civil Services Examination 2017 grabbed AIR 42.

Sudhir kept Sociology as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Consistency and Perseverance have been my tools throughout my preparation; says Gaurav Kumar (AIR 34 CSE 2017)

On Thursday 5th July 2018  

Gaurav Kumar, a topper in class 10th and 12th standard and Gold medallist in B.E has posted an astounding success in Civil Services Examination 2017 by securing 34th rank in the merit-list.

He has achieved this success in fourth attempt.

He had picked up Sociology as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
A sense of purpose came at very early stage and aim was clearly defined; so, all I needed was an effective strategy, says Rishi Raj (AIR 27; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 16th June 2018  

For Rishi Raj, a perfect family set-up, conducive environment, encouraging surroundings, brilliance that was reflecting in school results; graduating from premier institution like IIT ISM, Dhanbad, and subsequent success in GATE – all these contributed a bit in his splendid success.

All seemed rosy; but, the success in GATE was turning point as in medical Rishi was declared medically unfit due to colour blindness. That didn’t break him rather; he changed his track and appeared in Civil Services Examination that was also on his target.

This success came to him in second attempt and he has shown faith in his own subject – Electrical Engineering by choosing it as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“My whole IAS Preparation has been product of Hit and Trial methods” says Utsav Gautam (AIR 33; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 24th June 2018  

Utsav Gautam, B. Tech. (Electrical Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology, Patna has achieved a brilliant success in Civil Services Examination 2017 and has secured 33rd Rank.

It was his fourth attempt and he picked up Mathematics as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Focus on maintaining pH i.e. Patience and Hard-work helped me succeed; says Vishal Mishra (AIR 49; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 24th June 2018  

Vishal Mishra, B.Tech from HBTU, Kanpur and M.Tech from IIT Kanpur, has carried out a splendid achievement by fulfilling his dream of becoming IAS. He has secured 49th Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Vishal had chosen Sociology as Optional Subject.

In his third attempt he achieved this brilliant success.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Pure Hard Work, Patience and Perseverance seasoned with a dash of Luck helped me sail through; says Aparajita (AIR 40; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 12th June 2018  

Aparajita, a Chemical Engineer from BIT, Mesra has secured 40th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

She had chosen History as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Dedication, Hard Work, Smart Work, Consistency, and Self-belief helped me achieve my Goal, says Bipasha Kalita (AIR 41; CSE 2017)

On Thursday 7th June 2018  

The journey, from idea of preparing for Civil Services Examination to actually accomplishing it, is long and testing as you keep on making consistent effort; but, success sometimes comes a little late. This is what precisely happened with Bipasha Kalita from Assam who has secured 41st rank in Civil Services Examination 2017. It was her fourth attempt.

She has achieved this success with Anthropology as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Sometimes an offbeat choice delivers much more than what you expect; says Shreshth Tayal (AIR 73; CSE 2017)

On Friday 25th May 2018  

Chartered Accountant & Company Secretary by qualification Shreshth Tayal has carved his future with a strategic move he made by deciding to appear in Civil Services Examination.

In his second attempt, Shreshth Tayal has secured 73rd rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Earlier also, he had held All India Ranks 20 in both CA Final and CS Final examinations.

He has made a unique service preference of not opting for IAS, IPS & IFS and giving first preference to IRS (IT).


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“Civil Service is a service not a job; it inspires me a lot” says Himanshu Kaushik (AIR 77; CSE 2017) An IAS Achiever in First Attempt

On Thursday 24th May 2018  

Himanshu Kaushik, a Computer Science graduate from Krishna Engineering College, Ghaziabad (UP) has cracked Civil Services Examination 2017 in his first attempt with his focused approach and a clear mind-set.

Himanshu has secured 77th Rank in the Merit-List.

He picked up Political science & International Relations as optional subject.

 


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“Be Positive and Work Hard in Right Direction, Success will be yours”; says Pushp Lata (AIR 80; CSE 2017)

On Thursday 5th July 2018  

For Pushp Lata, a mother of 5 year old, it has been a radical change of directions as she showed courage to appearing Civil Services Examination when circumstances were quite challenging and with family responsibilities even imagining about it was difficult.

Despite all odds, she has registered a remarkable success in Civil Services Examination 2017 by securing 80th rank.

It was her third attempt and she had picked up Geography as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“Smart Work and Focused Strategy with Consistent Effort are the Key Mantras for my Success“; says Amol Srivastava (AIR 83; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 12th June 2018  

Story of Amol Srivastva clearly resonates with a lot of talented youngsters who have made their presence felt in recent years. After completing B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering) from VIT, Vellore Amol gave himself a new ambition to realize his dreams.

In his second attempt he achieved this brilliant success.

He chose Political Science & International Relations as Optional Subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Push yourselves against all the odds and fight till the end; only then you will understand what you are capable of; says Prateek Jain (AIR 86; CSE 2017)

On Monday 16th July 2018  

With a focused approach Prateek Jain, B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) and M.Sc. (Biological Science) from BITS, Pillani, has managed to put his name in the merit-list and has secured 86th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Prateek accomplished this goal in his second attempt. Although, he cracked Indian Forest Service (AIR 3; IFoS 2016) last year; but, his eyes were set on post of IAS only.

For Optional Subject he has shown faith in Mathematics.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Experiment, make Mistakes, Analyse and make Improvements; says Sanjeev Kumar Maurya (AIR 89; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 31st July 2018  

Sanjeev Kumar Maurya, a consistent campaigner took four attempts to reach his destination and secured 89th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

He has chosen Public Administration as optional subject.

It was his fourth attempt; all the fourth times he wrote Mains and even reached interview stage thrice.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Self-Control, discipline, prioritizing needs and being flexible to embrace changes helped me accomplish the task; says Sangh Priy (AIR 92; CSE 2017)

On Friday 8th June 2018  

Sangh Priy, a Mechanical Engineer from IIT Kanpur has secured 92nd rank in Civil Services Examination 2017. He has achieved this splendid success in his second attempt.

Making a cross-domain shift, he had picked up Literature of Hindi Language as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
When you Harmonize your Dreams with your Abilities, You are Capable of Achieving Anything; says Prem Prakash Meena (AIR 102; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 10th June 2018  

Prem Prakash Meena has attained a brilliant success in Civil Services Examination 2017 and has secured 102nd rank that ensures post of ‘IAS’.

His journey from corporate world to making career in coveted Indian Administrative Services is inspiring for many professionally qualified youngsters who have dream to be a part of bureaucracy.

This was his second Attempts. In his first attempt also in CSE 2016, he cracked it with 969th rank and got IRS (Income Tax).

The Optional Subject he picked up was Anthropology that marked its contribution to finish it in style.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
I have a positive attitude towards life that remained unaffected by earlier failures; says Pooja Vashisth (AIR 111; CSE 2017)

On Friday 6th July 2018  

After clearing all obstacles that came in way to her dream career, Pooja Vashisth, B.Tech in Biotechnology from R V College of Engineering, Bangalore has secured 111th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

Pooja achieved this success in her third attempt.

Her Optional subject was Political Science & International Relations


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Enamoured by the Indian Foreign Service, for me it was just bridging the gap between the vision and actually accomplishing it; says Vallari Mahendra Gaikwad (AIR-131; CSE 2017)

On Wednesday 13th June 2018  

Vallari Mahendra Gaikwad from Maharashtra has achieved 131st Rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was her third attempt.

She has done BSL LLB from ILS Law College, Pune and LLM (Constitutional Law) from Department of Law, Pune University and for her, picking Law as optional subject was an obvious choice.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“UPSC Civil Services Examination is very easy; we fail when we unnecessarily complicate it”; says Pranav Anant Kanitkar (AIR 166; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 29th July 2018  

Pranav Anant Kanitkar, Masters in Economics had taken major decision by switching his job to create new value in life by pursuing Civil services Examination preparation. As has been destined, he had to work really hard and wait a little longer to make his dream come true.

What change made the biggest difference in his success- a word of advice from earlier selected candidates and he tasted the sweetness of success in his fifth attempt.

He got 166th rank in CSE 2017 and has placed his trust in Literature of Hindi Language choosing it as optional subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Don’t compare your journey with someone else; Take some clues to stimulate your efforts and make your preparation effectual, says Siddhant Jain (AIR 201; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 16th June 2018  

Siddhant Jain, B.Tech (Industrial and Systems Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur has achieved a brilliant success in Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was his third attempt and he has chosen Geography as Optional Subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“Your dreams may not match up with your circumstances; despite all odds, achieving Goal gives inner satisfaction”, says, Abhimanyu Rana (AIR 220; CSE 2017)

On Monday 21st May 2018  

As it is said, “when we desire something, the whole universe conspires to make it happen.” Something similar took place in Abhimanyu’s life and he ultimately got, what he wished for.

While life had been throwing challenges as his father battled Cancer for 8 long years and ultimately passed away at a time when he was in midst of his journey to career in ‘Civil Services’.

Abhimanyu was able to focus on the task and ultimately accomplished it by achieving splendid success in Civil Services Examination 2017 with Law as optional subject. It was his third attempt.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
“Success in Civil Services Examination is a product of your Dreams and Perceptions”; says Suraj Patel (AIR 475; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 31st July 2018  

Suraj Patel , B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) from Moti Lal Nehru National institute of Technology, Allahabad, joined Pepsico India after completing graduation in 2013. After almost two years of service, he left job to seriously prepare for Civil Services Examination.

In all the three encounters, Suraj cracked Civil Services Examination and gradually improved ranking as well as post from IRS to IPs and now, with Civil Services Examination 2017 he is getting IAS.

He has chosen Anthropology as Optional Subject.


Last Update Tuesday 16th July 2019

16-07-2019
Never doubt yourself and never lose hope; says Yognik Baghel (AIR 340; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 8th July 2018  

Yognik Baghel, B.Tech. (Information and Communication Technology) from Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication has achieved success in Civil services Examination 2017.

For Yognik, it was third attempt that that gave him taste of success as he held 340th Rank; though, he expected a little better.

He had chosen Philosophy as optional subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

15-07-2019
“There is no substitute for consistency and hard work”; says Yashraj Nain (AIR 272; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 31st July 2018  

24 years old Yashraj Nain from Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan has secured 272nd rank in Civil Services Examination 2017 in his very first attempt.

Yashraj graduated (Economics and Political Science) from Hindu College, Delhi and did Masters in Politics with specialization in International studies from the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.

He had chosen Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) as his optional subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

15-07-2019
Hard Work, Planning and Perseverance combined can give you Success in any walks of life; says. Garima Agrawal (AIR 241; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 10th November 2018  

After completing B. Tech. in ECE from IIIT Hyderabad, Garima Agrawal from Khargone (MP) has done M.S. (MULTI AGENTSYSTEMS) from International Institute Of Information Technology, Hyderabad. In between she worked as Research Intern with University of Bonn, Germany.

To make career in ‘Civil Services’ Garima appeared in CSE 2016 immediately after completing M.S.; however, it was destined in her second attempt as she achieved splendid success in Civil Services Examination 2017 and secured AIR 241.

She had kept Philosophy as optional subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

15-07-2019
Life takes away everything from you but gives it back when you are about to lose hope; says Chetan Sharma (AIR 305; CSE 2017)

On Sunday 15th July 2018  

This is story about Chetan Sharma from Jaipur; Rajasthan. He secured 305th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was his fourth attempt in Civil Services Examination. He wrote Mains in all four attempts and it was his second interview, the first being in 2016.

He has kept History as optional subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

15-07-2019
“Dreams are an Insight to your Destiny; You must Protect and Nurture your Dreams at all cost”; says Anupama Anjali (AIR 386; CSE 2017)

On Saturday 14th July 2018  

Just by following her dreams Anupama Anjali, B.E. Mechanical Engineering from R.G.P.V. Bhopal, has realised her goal and grabbed 386th rank in Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was her childhood desire to be an IAS Officer. Anupama’s role models were her father and grandfather; both civil servants and she was just trying to emulate their life. Moreover, it was her mother’s wish too.

She achieved this success in her second attempt. In this attempt, she picked up Anthropology as optional subject leaving her own subject Mechanical Engineering.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

15-07-2019
Before saying ‘YES’ to making career in Civil Services, I just asked myself - what I want to do and where my interest lies” says Saurabh Jassal (AIR 404; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 22nd May 2018  

In his third attempt, Saurabh Jassal (AIR 404; CSE 2017) achieved desired success in Civil Services Examination 2017 with Law as optional subject.

Citing the reason for choosing ‘Civil Services’ as career, Saurav said, “No doubt changing economic environment offers immense lucrative career opportunities in various sectors; however the right answer lies in the fact that money has never been a priority for me. I believe we must pursue what we are passionate about; the money will automatically flow with the par excellence which one would show.

Other than this, all reasons why I want to get into civil services are strong enough to sideline such lucrative career opportunities.”


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

15-07-2019
Always be honest with yourself, it do wonders to your life; says Manoranjan Behera (CSE 2017 Achiever)

On Wednesday 15th August 2018  

Manoranjan Behera, B.Tech. (Electronics & Instrumentations) from NIT, Raurkela has been making attempt consistently and finally, achieved success with Civil Services Examination 2017.

It was his fifth attempt and he had chosen Sociology as Optional Subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

15-07-2019
Candidates from all backgrounds have a great chance if they are willing to work hard; says Karthik Kotturu (AIR 529; CSE 2017)

On Tuesday 10th July 2018  

It is all about planning and having a holistic approach towards all papers that defines outcome in Civil Services Examination.

For Karthik Kotturu it was his second attempt that helped him realize and understand the intricacies involved and by prioritizing study-plan as per requirements, he achieved final success in Civil Services Examination 2017.

He had chosen Electrical Engineering as optional subject.


Last Update Monday 15th July 2019

15-07-2019

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