IAS Success Story of Chandrajyoti Singh Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the final result of UPSC Civil Services (Civil Services) on its official website – www.upsc.gov.in. It is difficult to pass the UPSC exam, but not impossible. Each participant is different and her or her way of reading and writing. Today we are talking about Chandrajyoti who passed this difficult test in the first time. Indian Administrative Service; Indian Foreign Service (IFS); Indian Police Service; And Central Services, Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ posts. Chandrajyoti topped the UPSC exam this year.
IAS Success Story Of Chandrajyoti Singh
Chandrajyoti achieved 28th rank in All India
Chandrajyoti, a resident of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh, who is a resident of Mohali, said that she has passed the Civil Services examination for the first time. Chandrajyoti’s father is a retired doctor and mother Meena Singh housewife from Dalbara Singh Army. In the civil services examination, she was a topper in Tricity by securing 28th rank in All India in Civil Services Examination.
She wants to improve the education sector by providing services here. The education system and women’s problems inspired her to become an IAS. Chandrajyoti said that after graduating in history from Delhi in 2018, she started preparing for civil services. She had a dream of becoming an IAS (Indian Administrative Service) since childhood, so she made a habit of reading newspapers from school. Chandrajyoti told me that she studied self by staying in Delhi.
Chandrajyoti achieved such success
- Reading the newspaper daily.
- More focus and revision on current affairs.
- Read NCERT books for basics.
- Read selected books for all subjects.
- More focus on mock tests for prelims.
- Focus more on answer writing in Man
- Focus on self-study rather than visiting coaching centers.
Chandrajyoti says that-
IAS Chandrajyoti said, “It is all like a dream come true!” It is a pleasant surprise! I always wanted to become an IAS officer! I wanted to work for the weaker sections of the society. She said that her emphasis will be on improving the education and agriculture sector as she will become a part of the Indian Administrative Service. Chandrajyoti says that during the preparations, many times her courage weakened. In such a situation, her mother encouraged him. She would stay with him for several days in Delhi and inspire him to fulfill her dream.
Chandrajyoti told that her mother was with him at the time of preliminary examination, written examination and interview examination! Chandrajyoti said, “I have chosen my home state of Chandigarh as the state cadre for the IAS. I am happy that I will get an opportunity to work for my state.