Today we will talk about Aparajita Sharma, a resident of Banaras, who worked hard to fulfill her maternal grandfather’s dream and made her dream come true. Aparajita Sharma’s maternal grandfather who always wanted to see her as an officer. Aparajita herself did not even know what the IAS and UPSC would be. How their examinations are given. Then Nana Ji of Aparajita used to say that my daughter will become an officer one day.
UPSC Success Story of IAS Topper Aprajita Sharma
Aparajita never took the matter seriously, but when she grew up, there were some situations in her that she took it seriously and chose it as a career. According to Aparajita, this post not only gives Prestige but also gives Satisfaction. Aparajita passed this exam in the year 2017 with All India Rank 40th. With this, her maternal grandfather’s dream was also fulfilled.
Aparajita’s Education: Success Story of IAS Topper Aprajita Sharma
Aprajita has her early education from Banaras. After this, she went to Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi for graduation. Aparajita’s father retired as an IRS officer and her mother is a professor. After graduation, she started working in a big company in Aparajita. The branch of her company in which she used to work. She was the only girl there. Apart from them, there was no other girl in the other department. Some incidents here inspired Aparajita, with which she decided that she would take the civil services exam and work ongoing to the ground level. Nana Ji’s childhood wishes were also associated with this dream. In this way, Aparajita started her UPSC journey. She has tasted this success after three full tries.
In her interview, Aparajita says that to prepare for the three exams, you have to make different strategies. First of all, see the syllabus and collect books according to your interest. In addition, Aparajita also advises not to have multiple sources. Aparajita further says keep your books limited but revise them again and again. This is more important. While making strategy, also keep in mind that make your own strategy because everyone’s weekend and strength are different. Set daily goals and meet them. Aparajita attaches great importance to the basics of NCERT books. She read books on most subjects of NCERT from Class VI to XII, especially Geography. After this, focus on the newspaper. Aparajita read the entire three newspapers during her preparation.
Do not lie during interviews
Aparajita further says that during the interview, do not lie at all, people who are sitting there are much smarter than you. They will quickly catch your lie. If no answer comes, then apologize. Aparajita does not believe in giving too many mock tests. She says that this will confuse you and give you rote answers. It is better to speak what is in your heart because honesty is being tested here, not your knowledge.