Success story of IRAS Topper Aaditya Jha took sister to the chair for interview, Aditya Jha is sitting on the officer’s chair today: Today the person we are going to talk about. He is definitely handicapped but his motives are so high that he could not stop him from becoming an officer and more than that his courage was the courage of his sister who took him in a wheelchair to get him interviewed. One such sister pulled a wheelchair from her hands and took the brother to the city. The same brother is sitting in the officer’s chair today. Born in Lucknow, a village in the remote Madhubani district of Bihar, Aditya Kumar Jha’s father has been a Sanskrit professor.
Sister was taken on wheelchair for interview, today Aditya Jha is sitting in the officer’s chair
All Sanskrit scholars have been teachers in Aditya’s house.
All Sanskrit scholars were teachers in the house of Indian Railway Accounts Service Aditya. Aditya himself has three brothers. Dad sent him to Allahabad with his elder brother in class 6 to proceed. After reaching Allahabad, Aditya decided to pass UPSC in mind. When his elder brother himself was preparing for UPSC, Aditya also got fond of him. After intermediate he selected Geography, Sanskrit and Political Science as the subject of BA, then went to Delhi to do MA. Seeing CSAT in trend at that time, he took coaching in Delhi, then Aditya turned to the state civil service.
Success story of IRAS Topper Aaditya Jha: In the second attempt, Aditya buried the flag of success
Meanwhile, the first success in IB as Assistant Central Intelligence Officer was achieved. It was decided not to join IB. His father also got angry on this matter. The first attempt in Civil Services Examination was given by the main exam Aditya of 2015 with great enthusiasm. While talking about this, Aditya says that after failing in the main examination of 2015, I took the examination of 2016. The test series, general studies also did better than average. After satisfactory performance in the main examination, he joined as District Savings Officer in Etah district. The people of Aditya’s family were very happy when they cleared UPSC main examination.
Aditya chose Sanskrit as an optional subject and succeeded in UPSC
IRAS Aditya chose Sanskrit as an elective subject and succeeded in UPSC. About 9 o’clock the same night he succumbed to an accident and got a foot fracture. Then for the next two months lying in bed preparing for the interview. He did not lose confidence even after having fractured his legs just before the interview and decided to sit in a wheelchair. Here, Aditya’s elder sister took him in a wheelchair for a mock interview. From Mukherjee Nagar, Rajendra Nagar wandered from place to place and both of them arrived. Ultimately it was successful and Delhi and Andaman-Nicobar were selected in the ‘Civil Service’.
Aditya joins IRAS training
Indian Railway Accounts Service In the final result, as soon as Aditya saw his name in the 503rd position, it was as if he did not believe it. Keeping this enthusiasm constant, Civil Services Examination gave the main examination of the year 2017 and joined the training of IRAS. In the Civil Services Examination for the year 2017, 431 rank was selected for DANICS service. Not only this, Aditya has also appeared in the UPSC exam in the year 2018 and he achieved 339 rank.
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