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Lohara Tahasildar Dr.Nilesh Kshirsagar secures 78th rank in Civil Services 2010

Osmanabad: Dr. Nileshkumar Mahadeorao Kshirsagar presently posted as Tahasildar Lohara has secured 78th rank in Civil Services Merit List. Earlier he worked as Tahasildar Osmanabad.

Dr.Kshirsagar belongs to Shikrapur village in Shirur Taluka in Pune District. He did his Primary Schooling in the same village and did secondary schooling from Gyanprabhodini Highschool Pune. He earned BAMS degree from Tilak Ayurved Mahavidayalaya and did Post Graduation in Political Science.

He had secured fourth rank in Maharashtra Public Services Commission (MPSC) and joined State Government Service as Dy Collector (Probationary). Parallely he went for UPSC examination and secured 78th rank; he is expected join IAS. 

District Administration and District Information Office have greeted Dr. Kshirsagar for his success in Civil Services.
[DIO Osmanabad]

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