Physically challenged man tops 2011 Maharashtra Public Service Commission exam


Ramesh Gorakh Gholap, a physically handicapped candidate, has topped the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) Main exam 2011, the results of which were declared by the commission on Saturday.

Gholap scored the highest marks among all the candidates and will now join the state government services as a deputy chief executive officer-cum-block development officer (higher grade).Gholap, who attended school and completed graduation in Barshi, took coaching classes in Pune city. He has also cleared the UPSC exams.

Manisha Dhondiram Chhote stood first among women candidates and will joint the state services as an assistant commissioner of sales tax, an MPSC release stated.

Yogest Karanjekar topped among the finance and accounts group candidates while Rameshwar V Gore stood first among the assistant regional tansport officer group. Navnath Thakaji Dhavale stood first among the assistant commissioner of police candidates while Madhuri Ashok Dongare topped the naib tehsildar group.