Interested and eligible candidates can submit their applications online through the official UPSC website at upsc.gov.in.
Her success story is a motivation for aspirants who aspire to do something in life and bring pride to their family, friends, and community.
Apart from her, Swati’s younger sister is an IFS (Indian Foreign Service) officer of the 2011 batch
He passed the JEE exam and was accepted to the esteemed IIT Bombay to pursue a degree in B.Tech Mechanical Engineering.
She was subjected to inhumane treatment and wasn’t even allowed to eat with the family. She would often eat in the bathroom and was also forbidden from laughing loudly.
His life journey is a source of hope and inspiration for thousands of UPSC aspirants who feel like giving up and are in a low phase.
“Prelims have evolved and are not simple to crack. Consistent practice of previous year’s question papers, hold on comprehension is a must,” Smriti was quoted as saying.
Tina started her UPSC preparation journey during her first year of graduation. She passed the UPSC exam in 2015 on her first attempt and went on to become the topper of the year.
Sonal Goel's journey stands as a testament to determination, proving that with meticulous planning and unwavering dedication, success in challenging exams like the UPSC is achievable.
It is rightly said that success comes to those who strive for it and IAS Mamta’s story teaches us that we should work hard for our goals.
She was 22 when she cracked the UPSC and is said to be one of the youngest IAS officers in the country. Currently, she is an IAS officer of the Punjab cadre and is posted as SDM of Mohali.
Eligible candidates are invited to apply online through the official UPSC website at upsc.gov.in.
Goel left his lucrative career with a big pay cheque of Rs 28 lakh with the intent to pass the UPSC exam and serve the country.
Vanmathi’s life journey offers a ray of hope for women from all segments of society to dream and work hard to achieve those dreams!
The three candidates had approached the top court after the UPSC treated them as general category candidates instead of the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category in the Civil Service Examinations(CSE) 2022.