Despite facing setbacks in his own ambitions, Adarsh's father, recognizing the importance of education, wholeheartedly supported his son's pursuit of the IPS dream.
Abhilasha advocates leveraging technology, such as phone-based learning during commutes.
Instead of studying for the Prelims, he first completed the Mains syllabus. By doing this, he completed 80% of the Prelims syllabus. He also diligently read NCERT books of Class 6-12.
There were many setbacks, and instances of self-doubt in her life. Despite all the obstacles, she overcame all the hurdles and made it to the final list in her last attempt.
She is an inspiration for many as she managed to balance both her acting career and pursuing her dream of becoming an IAS officer.
Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their applications online via the official UPSC website at upsc.gov.in and www.upsconline.nic.in.
She was only 22 when she cracked the UPSC exam and became one of India’s youngest civil servants. However, her journey to becoming an IAS officer wasn’t easy as her father was diagnosed with mouth cancer while she was preparing for UPSC.
Her hard work paid off when she secured a position in the Income Tax Department, showcasing the success of her unique approach.
He stressed the importance of consistency, urging aspirants to follow this schedule for 1-2 years for confidence and success.
His journey from a filmy background to cracking the UPSC is an inspiration for several aspirants who want to become IAS, IFS, IPS, or the IRS.
Interestingly, Saloni reported to work just two days after her marriage. Her love to serve the nation is beyond inspiring and praiseworthy.
After completing her B.Com in Delhi, she went on to pursue her post-graduation in Public Administration from Columbia University in New York.
In 2018, Sreedhanya cleared the initial rounds, but financial constraints threatened to derail her aspirations during the crucial interview round in Delhi.
The turning point arrived in her fourth attempt, where she secured an impressive All India Rank of 68.
Despite facing a near miss in the 2017 UPSC pre-exam, Pujya Priyadarshini considered ending her UPSC journey.