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Union Public Service Commission has released the result of Civil Services Examination 2021. In which the students of Rajasthan are also dominating. From Top 10 to Top 100, many students of the state have managed to make it to the Civil Services Examination. But civil services exam…

Union Public Service Commission has released the result of Civil Services Examination 2021. In which the students of Rajasthan are also dominating. From Top 10 to Top 100, many students of the state have managed to make it to the Civil Services Examination. But the journey till passing the Civil Services Examination was not that easy. During this, where some students did farming and prepared for civil services. At the same time, some left the package of lakhs of rupees and locked themselves in the room for 2 years for studies. Some strengthened themselves by listening to the taunts of family and relatives. While there were some who got selected in the biggest examination of the country by singing a song.

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If not selected 3 times, relatives used to taunt, Chirag Mehta of Udaipur has got 312th rank in UPSC Civil Services Examination. He told that this was his fourth attend. Earlier, he could not get selected in the UPSC exam thrice. He told that after not getting selected in the exams continuously, relatives and neighbors started taunting the family members and me. After which I also stopped going to social gatherings. Whenever people met, they used to say that leave studies and do a job somewhere. But I did not give up, and kept working hard. From 2018, I distanced myself from social media, TV, social gathering. After that, he was constantly busy in preparation. The result of that is that I have been able to get selected today.

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Ajay of Jaipur, who got selected in USPC by singing a song, Ajay of Jaipur, who secured a rank of 144 in UPSC Civil Services Examination, told that this was his third attempt. Even before this he has appeared for Civil Services twice. In which he was also selected once. But he could not get the desired rank. After which he started his studies again. Ajay told that during the interview what is the biggest problem of the world with him. In response to which he told that everyone thinks of himself first. But the judge was not happy with the answer. He told Ajay that poverty is the biggest problem in the country. On which Ajay sang the song that raising a partner’s hand, a lonely one would get tired of carrying the burden together. After this he explained that if we all stay together and move forward, then all problems will be solved. The judges present there were quite impressed by this answer of Ajay. He had also praised Ajay’s thinking fiercely. Ajay told that with the spread of corona, studies were completely disturbed. Had to spend hours in the hospital every day. But Didi Kirti Rathod helped me completely. Me and Didi would study every day free of cost from the hospital. The result of that is that today I have become an IAS.

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Was locked in the room for 2 years for preparation

Bhavishya Desai of Ajmer, who secured 29th rank across the country in the UPSC Civil Services Examination, told that in the early days of college, I had decided to go to the civil services. This was the reason that after completing college, when the stock marketing company gave me a package of 55 lakhs. So I didn’t join there. Rather, for 2 years, he locked himself in the room of his house. During this, I also distanced myself from social media and mobile. So that I can prepare well for civil services. As a result of this I have been able to clear the exam in the first time. Bhavishya told that I want to serve the country by going to foreign services. He told that clearing UPSC exam is not difficult. But for this we need to be focused. The student who will prepare with full hard work and focus. And one can clear the hundred percent exam.

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Truck driver’s son selected in UPSC: There was no light connection at home, father even sold earthen pots

Journey from farm to IAS, 26-year-old Ravi Kumar Sihag, a resident of Sriganganar across the country, has secured 18th rank across the country in the UPSC Civil Services Examination. But this is not the first time that Ravi has cleared the UPSC exam. Ravi has already cleared the civil services examination by securing 337th rank in 2018 and 317th rank in 2019. But the journey till becoming an IAS was not so easy for Ravi. Till 2015, Ravi used to do farming with his father. Ravi told that from the time he started to understand, till he completed his BA studies, he worked with his father in the fields in the village. Then father often used to go to the collectorate with the villagers with the problems of agriculture, irrigation or village. So that the collector can solve their problem. At that time, after hearing the praise of the collector from my father and the villagers, I was determined that I would solve the problems of the people by becoming a collector. But could not become a collector in his initial attempt in UPSC. But I did not give up and kept working hard. After this, now I saw in my childhood my dream has come true.

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Tanushree Meena of Jaipur has secured 120th rank in the UPSC Civil Services Examination. But the road to passing the exam was not easy for Tanushree. She was preparing for UPSC for five years. He told that during the preparation, when Corona became positive, it broke a lot. But UPSC extended the exam. I was so happy then that I can’t tell. Started preparing again. Got selected today. Tanushree told that since childhood she wanted to do something for the society. Growing up with this thought, my parents inspired me to become an IAS officer. Today I am glad that I have been able to live up to their expectations. At the end of my schooling, I was determined to become an IAS. I started preparing for IAS as soon as I started college. After completing MA, she was preparing by staying in Jaipur since 2018. The result of that is that today I have been able to get selected.

IAS became the son of a NREGA laborer: Studying 7 hours a day with the help of YouTube, failed 3 times, this time Rajasthani students are dominating the results of the civil service exam. Pritam Jakhar of Sikar has brought laurels to Rajasthan by securing 9th rank across the country by making it to the top ten. On the other hand, Ravi Sihag of Sri Ganganagar has secured 18th rank. Whereas Sunil Dhanwanta, a resident of Biratnagar, Jaipur, has secured 22nd rank. Along with this, Mohit Kasniya of Hanumangarh got 61st, Pragya Jat of Bikaner 91st, Jamwaramgarh Prahlad Sharma 104th, Tanushree Meena of Jaipur 120th, Ishan Soni of Jaipur 399th, Ramkishan of Sikar 404th, Yuvraj Marmat of Jaipur got 458th. Harsh Chaudhary of Jaipur has brought laurels to Rajasthan by securing 528th rank and Parikshit Sihag of Hanumangarh 529th rank.

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