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Success Story of IAS Officer Himanshu Joshi: Interview Questions

Every year, for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam, lakhs of students appear for the exam, some students succeed in that exam, then some students also fail and start preparing again. There are many students and youth in the country who prepare for the Indian Administrative Service Examination to become tax officers and when they get success, there is no place for their happiness.

About the life of IAS officer Himanshu Joshi

Today we are going to tell you about one such person who has left companies like Google and Microsoft to become IAS officers to serve the country. By the way, if a student passes the UPSC Civil Services Examination and dreams of becoming an IAS. But the big question before the candidates is how to prepare.

Apart from this, there is a question in his mind that how will he get success in this exam. It is said that for the Civil Services Examination, it is one of the most difficult examinations not only in the country but all over the world.

It is not easy to get success in the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam. Students appearing in this examination require hard work and patience. Those who are patient with the goal get success easily. There are many students who succeed in this exam easily and there are some students that it becomes difficult for them to pass this exam.

We are talking about Himanshu Jain of Jind, Haryana. There was a time when Himanshu used to work at Google and leaving his good package, he prepared for UPSC IAS exam and got success in the third attempt.

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Self-study and achieved the 44th rank for the third time

IAS officer Himanshu Jain while talking about his journey and his preparation said that he enlisted the help of first-year coaching for his UPSC exam preparation. They had passed the prelims exam in the first year, but they did not succeed in the Mains exam. Subsequently, Himanshu did a self-study and in the third time, he achieved the 44th rank.

Any tough exam can be passed on the basis of self-study, just about your preparation you should know what you have to study. IAS officer Himanshu Jain says that after passing the pre and main examination, the candidates should be well prepared for the interview. During the interview, questions are always asked around you. Let me tell you that Himanshu Jain has an IT background and he has chosen the field of IAS to serve the country after leaving companies like Google and Microsoft.

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Questions asked in the interview

Q. How did the Nokia company disappear from the market?

Ans. Himanshu gave a direct answer to this, saying that the company has not made the necessary changes in its product in time. Therefore, he could not survive in the market.

Q. Why should you choose IAS?

Ans. Responding to this, Himanshu said that I can bring transparency in the system. I like talking to people and finding solutions to their problems.

Q. What is unique about your personality?

Ans. Himanshu replied and said, I try to finish my work honestly.

Q. How was your experience connecting with the NGO?

Ans. Responding to this, Himanshu said that while leaving college, boys and girls used to leave their belongings in hostels. With the help of NGOs, I deliver those goods to the needy. I felt that I was giving something to society.

Q. How to strike a balance between civil service and life?

Ans. Himanshu responded by saying that I am playing a balance between studies and sports. Will do the same in future.

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Bhagyashree Soni
Bhagyashree Soni is a software engineer with soft writing skills. She is a degree holder from the International School of Entrepreneurial Leadership. She has been a state-level badminton champion and chess player. A woman with a forthright attitude enjoys her writing passion as her chosen career. Writing in the context of feminism, social cause and entrepreneurship is her forte.
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