EPFO Result 2017

257 posts of Enforcement Officer - Accounts Officer in (EPFO), 
Ministry of Labour and Employment.
Final Result

THE  FOLLOWING  CANDIDATES HAVE  BEEN  RECOMMENDED  FOR  APPOINTMENT ON  THE  BASIS  OF  RECRUITMENT  TEST  HELD  ON  26.02.2017  AND  INTERVIEWS  HELD  FROM  11.09.2017  TO  22.09.2017 AND 03.10.2017 TO 13.10.2017.    

Congratulations Officers!

Madhav Kumar Mishra: 
"I got selected as EO/AO. I took guidance at Career Quest from Sanjeev Kabeer sir for Interview. This training proved crucial in my selection in EPFO. Lectures and Mock Interviews were eye-opener for me. After joining class i came to know about reality of the interview process which helped in gaining confidence. My medium for interview was Hindi."

Rohan Azad:
" Feeling good that I got selected as EO/AO. I missed APFC by few marks last time. So i decided to join coaching institute for EPFO EO/AO interview. My friend suggested me to join Career Quest for interview course. Lectures were detailed and focused on interview technique. Personal attention and dedication of faculty towards student is the real strength of the institute. I will recommend this for good preparation."

S.NO. ROLL. NO NAME 
1  0091295  KARAN RAGHAV 
2  0066536  PRIYESH JAIN 
3  0296347  SARTAJ SINGH MANHAS  
4  0318540  MANISH GARG  
5  0522199  DINESH SOHU 
6  0131850  ANUBHAV DIXIT 
7  0398070  SATYARTH CHATURVEDI  
8  0465202  PRATEEK TYAGI 
9  0231574  PRERNA SINGHAL  
10  0052438  RATNESH RAJANYA  
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12  0259645  SUPRABHAT RANJAN TOMAR  
13  0055948  DEVI KISHAN RATHI  
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15  0233893  RISHI RAJ  
16  0434636  SHRISHTI  
17  0111906  SAMEER KUMAR GUPTA  
18  0261601  HARIHARAN C V 
19  0505991  DIGANTH NAYAK 
20  0396764  ABHISHEK ANAND 
21  0465421  SHARIQUE NOORUL HASAN  
22  0529985  AMIT SINGH ADHIKARI  
23  0034428  ISHAN RAWAT 
24  0118496  ACHYUT DUTTA 
25  0232002  DIVESH DIXIT 
26  0524624  GAURAV SAINI     
27  0489346  SUJIT KUMAR BHARTI  
28  0247125  NITISH SINHA
29  0209359  SYED ZEESHAN AHMAD  
30  0188257  AJAY GUPTA 
31  0550789  SHASHANK SINGH
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33  0430151  SUFI IMMAD UD DIN  
34  0205271  SONAWANE SWAPNIL SURESH  
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36  0390447  C T VENKATA KRISHNA REDDY 
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39  0389189  ARADHYA GUPTA 
40  0534379  ANKUR JANGHU 
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42  0013316  UDIT KUMAR SINGH  
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46  0464025  PANKAJ SINGH 
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48  0159504  GAVADE VISHAL VITTHAL  
49  0407762  ANANT JAIN 
50  0212992  SATISH KUMAR  
51  0097644  VIPUL CHAND SINGH DIKSHIT  
52  0299035  ANIL KUMAR MEENA  
53  0063000  ANUJ KUMAR GUPTA  
54  0364449  KUSHAGRA GUPTA  
55  0152972  MITHUN MOHAN U  
56  0117317  RAJNIKANT BHUNATAR  
57  0096679  GURUDATT SHIROMANI  
58  0089293  KARUNENDRA KUMAR MISHRA  
59  0025305  VENNA SATISHREDDY 
60  0137532  SATYAM SAHAY 
61  0403664  JAGPREET SINGH CHEEMA  
62  0461028  ANKIT KUMAR GUPTA  
63  0384309  ANKIT SRIVASTAVA  
64  0294023  ANKUR PARASHAR 
65  0358252  VISHNU BHARDWAJ  
66  0322680  MAHAN SINGH SEKHON  
67  0300398  APARNA MENON K 
68  0339726  VENKATAGIRI PONNADA 
69  0532311  ABHISHEK MISHRA  
70  0446614  HAFIS MUHAMMAD  
71  0014319  DHANANJAY VASANT BANGAR      
72  0486822  PRAVESH GANGWAR  
73  0076052  AMIT KUMAR MISHRA  
74  0185939  AKANKSHA GARG 
75  0537408  ROHAN AZAD 
76  0213377  MUMTAZ AHMAD 
77  0167615  SACHIN YADAV  
78  0539987  PRASHANT ABHISHEK  
79  0503589  RAVI SHANKAR BETHA  
80  0514672  DHIRAJ KUMAR 
81  0422728  LAKHOLE PRATEEK RAMCHANDRA  
82  0046915  ARUN JOSHI 
83  0365253  SANJEEV KUMAR  
84  0466341  PRATIK DINKAR DHARMIK  
85  0370770  HARSIMRANPREET KAUR  
86  0207407  SAMEER KUMAR PRAYAGA  
87  0017149  DHANANJAY 
88  0335536  IMRAN AHAMAD 
89  0214923  NEHA TIWARI  
90  0076074  VISHWESH VIVEK 
91  0176473  MADAN SINGH 
92  0109986  LOKESH YADAV 
93  0195127  SUSHANT  SINGH 
94  0110667  RENUKA 
95  0106242  TARUN BANSAL 
96  0521176  ANSU KUMAR SINGH 
97  0442381  PUSHPENDRA SINGH  
98  0156341  TOJIN THOMAS 
99  0213967  KUNAL  DIXIT 
100  0218270  MAHESH SACHIDANANDAM  
101  0246484  J PUGAZHENDHI  
102  0137860  DISHARI CHAKRABORTY 
103  0305748  MURALIDHARAN N  
104  0444248  PRIYADARSHAN MOHAPATRA  
105  0331519  DEVESH SINGH 
106  0251779  AKHIL THAMPI 
107  0534335  VIJITH KRISHNAN K  
108  0320964  VIBHOR KHANDELWAL  
109  0474514  ANKIT KUMAR 
110  0291100  ARSLAN MOHAMMED KITTUR  
111  0191679  ASHISH SINGH 
112  0082010  TANVEER CHANDRA NARAYAN SINGH  
113  0359437  BIPIN KUMAR  
114  0064182  PIYUSH KUMAR 
115  0037109  SIDDHARTH SHUKLA  
116  0017429  SAMIR KUMAR     
117  0465236  ANKIT GUPTA 
118  0114714  ALOK SINGH 
119  0347695  SIDDHARTH VIKRAM SINGH  
120  0439822  KAPIL ANAND 
121  0321841  KUSHAL CHOUKSEY 
122  0420098  ANSHUL JAIN  
123  0530506  RABI LAL DAS 
124  0417221  KUMARI SHIKHA 
125  0396456  MANAS MISHRA 
126  0344863  MANU KUMAR 
127  0047252  ADITYA NARAYAN 
128  0453834  YOGESH KUMAR MEENA  
129  0375424  JAYENDRA SINGH KUSHWAH  
130  0279837  DHIMAN CHAKMA 
131  0209379  SANJEEV KUMAR 
132  0191264  ANKIT BHARDWAJ 
133  0157791  PRASHANT CHANDRA YADAV  
134  0154349  MUKESH KUMAR  
135  0259933  HARSHIT PATHAK 
136  0024759  JAI KISHAN 
137  0402623  AMIT JAKHMOLA 
138  0009326  PANKAJ KUMAR 
139  0488219  CHANDAN PRASAD  
140  0178762  SANYUKTA RANA  
141  0271305  LOVE KATARIA 
142  0379734  DEEPAK 
143  0469201  RAJAT VERDHAN NAGAYACH  
144  0148285  TATSAT MISHRA 
145  0020632  NEHA BHARTI 
146  0429002  ARVIND BOUDHA  
147  0043126  ABHISHEK RANJAN  
148  0207254  MAHESH NARALA 
149  0274412  GAUTHAM PS 
150  0127245  KARAN SINGH 
151  0205776  SWAMI PRAVIN VIRBHADRA  
152  0351166  ALOK RANJAN  
153  0298841  ISHMEET KAUR 
154  0462472  HARSHIT DHAKA 
155  0173610  KARTHIKEYAN V 
156  0020429  ANIL KUMAR RATHORE 
157  0438429  DHEERAJ SHARMA 
158  0399969  PRAMOD KUMAR SINGH  
159  0411345  MD SHAHBAZ AKHTER  
160  0457673  SATISH KUMAR SINGH  
161  0031717  NAWNEET PRAKASH      
162  0315691  PARTH NANDAN 
163  0050975  ABHISHEK VERMA 
164  0536255  CHAITANYA KIRAN NIMMALA  
165  0195418  SURESH KUMAR 
166  0249184  PAGARE SACHIN NAYABRAO  
167  0223134  DHRUV JAYANT  
168  0118247  AJESH A 
169  0388387  AMRITA GOPAL 
170  0103541  RUPA PRASAD 
171  0191451  PAVNEET BANGAR  
172  0479605  MANIVASAGAN R 
173  0408325  RAJ PRATAP CHOUDHARY  
174  0087343  SANTOSH KUMAR 
175  0380544  ISAGAHAH LAWRNIANG  
176  0357139  SANCHITA PARMAR 
177  0501621  SURESH KUMAR BALAI  
178  0468591  DHANUSH H 
179  0148235  JITENDRA PRASAD  
180  0415519  NITISH KUMAR
181  0319972  LAWANGE AKSHAYKUMAR PRAKASHRAO  
182  0524420  RAJA M G 
183  0407434  NAVNEET KUMAR NAVEEN  
184  0466017  SATHISH S 
185  0540998  MIHIR KUMAR SAHOO  
186  0433879  AMAR KUMAR SINGH  
187  0149917  ANMOL SINGH BHATTI  
188  0488521  NIKAM MOHAK JAGDISH  
189  0445009  KEERTHI VIYAASAKUMAR V  
190  0488536  RAJIV KUMAR 
191  0357366  ALPESH CHOURASIA  
192  0013964  SAGAR KUMAR 
193  0059070  NAVEEN KUMAR YADAV  
194  0157079  BHARAT BHUSHAN BHAIJI PATARIYA  
195  0179884  PRAVEEN A 
196  0267794  TANI BHARTI 
197  0377705  TUSHAR KUMAR  
198  0306659  KARTHICKEYAN P 
199  0553414  KULDEEP KARAN SINGH  
200  0526520  KATYARMAL KUMAR PRABHAKAR  
201  0064789  ABHISHEK LAMBA 
202  0187056  RENU DAHIYA 
203  0491022  VENKATA NARENDRABABU CH  
204  0000653  VINAY KUMAR 
205  0240206  KAMLESH KUMAR SHARMA      
206  0430379  SUNNY VERMA 
207  0472686  ANGAD KUMAR PRAJAPATI  
208  0417640  PRATEEK RAJ SINGH  
209  0232174  ALOK VERMA 
210  0080748  YOGESH KUMAR 
211  0540702  SUMEET MEHARDA  
212  0088360  BHAWANI SINGH GURJAR  
213  0530955  SHERE VISHAL PRABHAKAR  
214  0072329  MANOJ KUMAR VERMA  
215  0043500  ANURAG KUMAR 
216  0455065  GAURI TUKARAM MALI  
217  0320467  JATIN MEENA  
218  0440674  VIVEK JAJOR 
219  0163184  NARENDER YADAV  
220  0555653  SUNIDHI 
221  0233450  SHASHI  KUMAR  BHASKAR  
222  0164540  DEEPAK SHARMA 
223  0426511  GAIKWAD PIYUSH ASHOK  
224  0324983  HEMANT MADHUR  
225  0056664  DAVID DAMTHANKHUM  
226  0041842  SAURABH KUMAR 
227  0190580  AYUSHI CHAURASIA  
228  0073544  SANTHOSHKUMAR P  
229  0342889  SALVE HARSHAL MANIKRAO  
230  0238455  SAURABH 
231  0420918  SONALI SINGH 
232  0511506  MAMIDI DEVENDRA KUMAR  
233  0462642  SANJAY KUMAR 
234  0336799  SIDDARTH DAHIYA  
235  0415720  VAIBHAV CHAUHAN 
236  0335288  VAIBHAV CHAUDHARY 
237  0059571  RAHUL VIKRAM 
238  0317134  ASHWIN BHAGAT 
239  0005191  RISHI SHARMA 
240  0462910  RAJESH R 
241  0242227  NEERAJ  
242  0396180  SUNIL T S 
243  0071970  SRINIVAS M 
244  0301117  MADHAV KUMAR MISHRA  
245  0376057  ANIL KUMAR ANTIL  
246  0052882  RAVI KUMAR 
247  0356534  ROUSHAN VISHAL  
248  0454199  ASHUTOSH KUMAR  
249  0159625  SRINIVAS GANGAPURAM  
250  0355579  GANTHIMARRI MARUTHI PRASAD      
251  0191658  RAHUL GUPTA 
252  0295305  AMARENDRA KUMAR SINGH  
253  0312885  HIMMAT SINGH RAJPUROHIT  
254  0310175  ARPIT AGARWAL 
255  0506046  SAVITA 
256  0022539  SUMIT KUMAR GUPTA  
257  0151993  RAVI KUMAR 

NOTE I: THE RESULT OF CANDIDATES BEARING ROLL NO. 0339726 & 0377705 (SL. NO. 68  &  197  ABOVE)  IS  PROVISIONAL  SUBJECT  TO  THEIR  SUBMISSION  OF  THE  REQUISITE/  DEFICIENT CERTIFICATES/ DOCUMENTS.  

NOTEII: 
THE CANDIDATES BEARING ROLL NO. 0466017 AND 0491022 (SL. NO. 184 & 203  ABOVE) ARE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO 6 MONTHS TRAINING.  

NOTE III:    
THE  MARKS  OF  INTERVIEWED  CANDIDATES,  CUT  OFF  MARKS,  ETC.  WILL  BE  UPLOADED ON THE COMMISSION’S WEBSITE AFTER THE COMPLETION OF RECRUITMENT  PROCESS OR WITHIN THIRTY DAYS, WHICHEVER IS LATER.  
UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION DATED THE 10th November, 2017 CONCLUDED
download the original result http://www.upsc.gov.in/sites/default/files/FinalResult_257_EPFO_Engl.pdf

Interview Transcript: CAPF Asst Commandant Topper Swapnil

Swapnil Pawar
UPSC CAPF (Assistant Commandant) 2016, AIR 09

BE Mechanical, COEP Topper
Interview marks - 102/150
Chairman - Mr.  Arvind Saxena sir
Interview date - 10th January 2017 forenoon session
Timing - 10:40 A.M to 11:15 a.m.

I was second one in all Aspirant without blazer. I caught with severe cold. I came to know that I am second in line for interview. this  Itself increased my shivering more than normal. My talking  manner disturbed
with   shivering cold . i demanded a cup of tea to a peon saying that I would not be able to speak a single  word without a cup of tea. With the last sip of tea , a peon came to me to direct me towards interview room.

me:( pushing door with one hand)       may I come in sir?
Chairman: Yes come in.
Me: Good morning sir,( with loud and clear voice said 4 times with one second gap in between)
Chairman: Please sit down.
me: Thank you sir.
Chairman: So swapnil what do you know about IR?
Me: Sorry Sir I do not understand your question( short from IR confused me since I was expecting  a start from biodata)

Chairman: I mean to say India's relations with its neighbours and other countries such as Sri Lanka, Nepal ,Bhutan ,Bangladesh.
me : Sir Sri Lanka is undergoing a transformation from presidential form of Government to prime ministerial form of government. We have some differences and conflicts such as 13th Amendment that is giving autonomy to Northern provinces Indian origin sri Lankan Tamils, fisherman's issue etc( I was blank after this before switching to Nepal).


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FeedBack About Career Quest Interview Classes: 
(As Shared on Email and WhatsApp)

Before joining Career Quest I was skeptical to join it. Because I was feeling  following the flock of ship to one classroom in the  market of UPSC. I was further questioned by my conscience - इंटरव्यू के भी कोई क्लास होते हैं क्या ?
  
I was in fear to lose my original personality in the name of class with fabricated answers . But With each class proceedings i came to realised that I have chosen the right place where I can learn how to answer and why to answer specifically instead of what to answer. 

I believe that this is the right place one can  get your assessment in very precise Manner.
One will never get score below what sir  has allotted you in mock interview.  the precise assessment is very much necessary to improve your performance ... strengthening your strong areas and hiding your weak areas . many  interview coaching has   multi member interview panel.... which I thought weakness of career quest.... but one member panel in the career quest  is itself it's strength .

In total I appeared for two mocks . first mock was blunder .  sir  gave me 74 marks with some dose. this dose   became booster for me.  I still remembers sir's  critique of mine after 1st interview...... "क्यों दूसरे को मौका दे रहे हो तुम्हारी काबिलियत होने के बावजूद? " (Why you are giving  chance to other aspirants though you are much more competent than anyone else?)
these  words further boosted my confidence and keep me away from inferiority complex.

"The thirst and the Quest of my career is quenched by the precise assessment and motivation by sanjeev kabir sir". Thank you for being a part of my success.

सर आपसे मुझे जो मिला है उसकी कीमत मैं आपको चाहकर भी लौटा नहीं सकता . Yours obediently 
Swapnil Pawar, CAPF Rank 9
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Chairman: What is Maritime Silk Road?
me: Maritime Silk Road is initiative taken by China so as to increase their Exports.
Chairman: Ok you mean to say that China is developing Maritime Silk Road for their economic development, then why we are concerned about that?
Me : sir with Maritime Silk Road China is constructing a strings of pearls ,  chain of ports surrounding india such as  hambantota in Sri Lanka, Gwadar in Pakistan . so it is directly affecting India's role in Indian ocean as Net security provider to small Nations. it affects  our external security also.

chairman: What is TPCT?( about my college name)
ME: sir TPCT  is Terna Public Charitable Trust which involved in various social and charitable activities. it also runs various schools colleges and hospitals.
Chairman: What is Terna?
me: Sir Terna  is longest river in my district.
Chairman :ok (passing the Baton towards another member)
Member : Why you want to join CRPF?
me: Sir it gives me opportunity to give exposure to my personality to various internal security challenges and law and order problems.

Member : Tell us something about history of CRPF?
Sir Central Reserve Police Force was established before independence as a crown representative police force in 1939 as viceroy's force in a desire to help princely states to calm down political unrest and to maintain law and order. Later on this force is recalibrated as Central Reserve Police Force in 1949 with the mandate of internal security.

Member : What are the specialised child agencies of CRPF?
me: sir there are two specialised child agencies of CRPF first one is rapid action force which was established in 1992 with the objective of controlling civil unrest, Rio control , crowd contol with  minimum response time.
Second one  cobra force commando battalion for resolute action is force established in 2008 with the mandate to fight against left wing extremism.

Member: Who are the social reformers of Maharashtra?
me: sir if I mention about social reformers   of maharashtra ....three names comes to my mind first mahatma Phule ,dr Babasaheb Ambedkar and  shahu maharaj.
Member: What is contribution of Jotiba Govind phule?
Sir mahatma phule has immense  contribution in the society. He worked for social upliftment of the marginalised people along with his wife Savitribai Phule,he established 1st  girls school in Pune.

Member: is there  Any organisation related to Mahatma Phule?
 Me:Yes sir, satyashodhak Samaj is the organisation related to Mahatma Phule, it was established in 1875 to find the truth of the society and to give justice to marginalised people.... It exist  now also.
member: What is contribution of Shahu Maharaj?
me: I was blank

Member: Does he worked in the same direction as like phule?
me: Yes sir Shahu maharaj   also worked for the social upliftment of the marginalised people . he is the first one to give reservation to socially backward classes in 1904.
member : After introduction of BT Cotton , is it that farmers suicide rate in Maharashtra increased?
me: Sir due to BT Cotton ,input cost has increased so there is less or zero profit margin for farmers because of which farmers suicide increased(interrupting)

member: But I have  heard that due to bT cotton, india became topmost cotton producer.
me: sir, there are other factor also due to which farmer suicide  has increased.
member: State two cases in which Central government has intervened in the states jurisdiction.
me: Sir few days before West Bengal chief minister blamed Central Government for deploying Central armed police forces in her state without  her consultation. 
And second case is misuse and abuse of article 356 president rule.

Member: Where it was misused?
me: Sir  it was misused in Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
member: What do you know about federalism?
me: Sir India is Federal state with  strong centre. India is indestructible Union of destructible States.

(interrupting)
member: What?( with  scaring laugh - amrish Puri style) what India is Indestructible Union of destructible  States,  how?
me:( though I was correct i was  lowest in my confidence at this juncture  due to scary laugh )i asked for time- sir may I take few seconds.
me:(after  4. 5 seconds) sir  India is not like United States of America where state boundaries are  rigid. But under article 3 of our Constitution we can alter the boundaries of states with passing parliament Act.
Member: Swapnil  compare in between between hockey, kabaddi and cricket?( my game - Kabaddi)
me: Hockey is our national game we won 8 gold medal in olympics.Kabaddi is our Desi game which becoming  popular  in recent days and cricket is most popular game of our country ( interrupting).

member: Which game  will you choose in between these three?
me: sir as per my interest I will choose Kabaddi.
member: Ok Swapnil you mean to say that in democracy there is right to choice.
Me: Yes sir,  right to choice must be there in democracy.
member: What you have learnt from Kabaddi?
me: Sir, physical fitness ,flexibility mental alertness, quick decision making,  team coordination sportsmanship are some of qualities which I learnt from Kabaddi.
member: Should NCC be made compulsory?
me: Sir   NCC is not a military program . it's a personality development and educational programme . instead of imposing any idea we should promote that idea to increase its acceptance. in fact NCC was compulsory in period between 1963 to 1967.

member: Ok Swapnil you mean to say that in democracy there is right to choice.
Me: Yes sir
Member: Should we bring self driving Cars to India? Many people who are engaged in this profession as taxi drivers would be  unemployed what is your opinion on this .?
me : Sir technology is good for the development of the nation .the people who will be unemployed can be employed in other sectors. the manufacturing of accessories of self driving Cars will generate further employment opportunities to absorb those who got unemployed by this invention . Google like companies has invested heavily in projects like project moonshot for self driving cars. ( it seems that  interview panel was not much convinced by my answer)

Member : what was this  National Integration meet?
me:  sir National integration meet
It was all India Inter School meet organised by novodaya Vidyalaya Samiti at new delhi under Ministry of HRD .one  cultural performance was invited from each state and I  represented my state  with cultural folk dance called 'Jogwa'.
member: What are the threats to the national integration?
me: Sir there are many threats to National Integration such as regionalism, casteism, linguism ,separatism.

 member:  How we can increase the national integration?
me: sir  Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar said that it is  the most  vital need of the time to  to arouse the feeling and sense of common nationality amongst the masses.   (Statement copied from delhi metro advertisement)we can Increase the feeling of national integrity with  seminars, conferences, spreading and publishing literature on it .we can also implement schemes  such like in navodaya Vidyalaya's Inter School  interstate migration scheme to know each other's culture.
 chairman: Ok thank you  swapnil 

( at the time  of exit from interview room I was pulling door . the voice from Panel member suggested me to push  door  outside  i humbly thanked  them without   turning  back for their suggestion.) After interview i felt i could have answered better than this .......but that moment matters.

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