Vikash Sharma

The civil services examination is a test of personality. Hence, all aspirants should continue to give their best until they succeed, said Odisha’s Tejaswini Behera, who secured an All India Rank of 516 in the Civil Services Examination 2022.

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Tuesday announced the results of the Civil Services Examination 2022.

According to Behera, she was inspired for the civil services when she was in Plus 2 and it was the time when Tina Dabi had topped the exams as well.

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“I am happy to crack the civils but I think there is scope for improvement and I will make another attempt,” said Behera.

Behera further said that she started thinking seriously about the UPSC examination during her graduation and post-graduation from Delhi University.

“The ambience was such that a lot of students prepare for the civil services. After post-graduation, I augmented my preparations. I am hoping to get revenue service, but whatever service is given, I will give my 100 percent,” said Behera.

Success Mantra

I took up my preparations after my masters in 2021. I used to study for almost 8 to 10 hours daily.

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Guidance is Necessary

According to Behera, her seniors, friends, and coaching institute helped a lot in her preparations.

“I had followed the basics and gone through previous years' questions,” she added.

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