A 28-year-old Anmol Jain from Bhopal secured 14th rank in UPSC civil companies remaining examination 2019, outcomes of which have been introduced on Tuesday.
A graduate from IIT Delhi, Jain cleared the examination in his fifth and remaining try. Jain just lately secured third rank in Indian Forest Companies examination, carried out by UPSC.
Jain ready for the examination in Bhopal and he joined on-line lessons for mock assessments.
Jain stated, “I’m so completely satisfied that I achieved my final dream. After I was doing my engineering, I had determined to turn into an IAS officer. As physics was my favorite topic so I selected it as my elective topic too.”
“After finishing my engineering, I joined a non-public firm in Gurgaon. I began preparation by becoming a member of a training in Delhi. Later, I moved to my residence city in Bhopal and began preparation by self-study. I used to take pleasure in my research loads therefore I by no means counted hours,” he added.
For the preparation of civil companies examination, steady revision is essential and this technique helped me in scoring effectively within the examination, stated Jain.
Jain’s father and mom are docs in Bhopal.
One other candidate Pradeep Singh, 23, from Indore secured 26th rank within the examinations. Pradeep is presently underneath coaching as an Indian Income Service officer in Indore.
Pradeep’s father Manoj Singh, who used to work as petrol pump attendant in Indore, had left the job after his choice in Indian Income Companies in UPSC Civil Companies Examination 2018.
Pradeep stated, “I noticed so many desires to serve my nation and to convey a constructive change within the society and that might be achieved solely as an IAS officer. After deciding on as an IRS officer, I didn’t cease my preparation and appeared within the examination once more to satisfy my dream.”
“I’m completely satisfied that my father’s sacrifice didn’t go in a useless.
My father bought his solely home in Indore in 2017 to ship me to Delhi for the preparation of civil companies examination,” he added.