Lokesh of Almora’s Khatyari Mohalla has passed the IES examination in the first attempt through engineering service examination. In this examination, By Getting AIR 80th Rank Lokesh Illuminating his Home Town Name
Lokesh of Almora has secured 80th position across the country in the IES (Engineering Services Examination) of the Union Public Service Commission. Lokesh of Almora Khatyari Mohalla has passed the IES examination in the first attempt through engineering service examination. In this examination, Lokesh got secured 80th rank. Prior to this, Lokesh was selected for Ph.D. in IISC, Bangalore, under the renowned Research Fellowship of the PMRS. In which 150 scholars were selected from all over India. Let us tell you that scholarships of 55 lakhs are given in 1 year by the Government of India. After this, this meritorious man of Uttarakhand was elected to the post of the Scientific Officer at Bhabha Atomical Research Center. Lokesh Manral is currently working in Bhabha. There are also some special things about Lokesh further.
Lokesh’s initial education – written by Shishu Mandir and Vivekananda Inter College Almora, after which he did B.Tech from National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra. Lokesh before Aiaissihappened Ph.D. in Bangalore and the post of scientific Bhabha Atomic Research Center. After this, Lokesh has already passed the IES examination in an effort by engineering service examination. Lokesh’s father Rajendra Singh Manral Almora block charge of Lmgdha block coordinator and mother Saraswati Manral Almora of Spring Dales employed as Deputy Principal Public School. Originally Lokesh Manral, a resident of Bunga village of Salt block credit your success to your parents and to the gurus. Congratulations to Lokesh on this achievement, best wishes for the bright future.
On this achievement of Lokesh, CEO Jagmohan Soni, HB Chand, Rai Sahab Yadav, Rajendra Singh, Tara Singh, Vinay Kumar, Harish Rawal, Mohan Singh Rawat, Balwant Bisht, Colonel David Daniels, Sanjay Joshi, Urmila Tiwari, Mohan Goswami, Haren Bist Many dignitaries have expressed happiness.