The story of the struggle is not only written in the name of the boys, the girls are not even behind in this line, but they also cross these struggles and find their destination and prove to everyone that the girls are there and what to do Are equally elevated. Today we are going to tell you the story of one such Indian Administrative Service IAS officer who failed not one, not two, but the whole five times, but did not give up and died as an officer.
UPSC Success Story of IAS Officer Namita Sharma
IAS officer Namita Sharma has become an example for those students who give up once they fail once or twice. Namita Sharma failed in the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) examination five times, but she never gave up and in her sixth attempt, achieved the position of an officer and elevated her head with pride. Talking about it, Namita Sharma says that her journey was not easy, at times she felt that she would not be with him anymore. She will not be able to. Many times she started to explore other options too and sometimes she wanted to close her dream in a box and throw it away, but each time she stood up with new strength.
Namita says that all kinds of failures came to her, but the family’s support gave her great courage. Namita Sharma is a resident of Delhi and her father is holding the post of Assistant Sub Inspector in Delhi Police. The mother is a housewife and she also has a brother in the family and they all used to encourage her on Namita’s defeat and despite repeated failures, Motivate Namita to try the next one. Namita did her B.Tech from IP University in Delhi and was selected for a job at IBM in an offline campus interview.
Namita left home from Mumbai to prepare for UPSC
Its garden Namita went to Mumbai for the job. After two years of job, Namita thought of taking the UPSC exam. Namita does not consider two-atom to be Serious atom from her earlier the year 2018. Namita says that for her three subsequent assignments, she felt that in some she was not ready and in some the strategy was wrong. Namita further states that she felt the biggest shock of her life when she was not selected despite clearing both pre and mains in the 2017 examination. She says it took the most time to recover from the shock.
Namita also worked on the post of tax assistant
Namita says that she was almost assuming that the selection is certain this time. she did not even prepare for the pre for the year 2018, but after the result, when she did not see her name in the list and the family was motivated, she filled the form on the last day of application. Namita passed the SSC CGL exam during UPSC preparations. Namita worked as a tax assistant after being selected. There her seniors told him that she was capable of getting more from this job and she should do her preparation again. her officers not only supported him but also gave him tips to pass in the interview.
In the year 2018, Namita created her fifth Attempt success flag
Namita says that it helped her a lot. After her last appointment, she was satisfied before being selected whether to make a selection or not, this time she has made no mistake and has given her best. she breathed peace when she was selected for the last Attempt in 2018. Namita says that just reading syllabus of this exam is not enough, revision is very important. All your preparation is wasteful without revising. Simultaneously practice a lot of writing. The more you write, the more you will be able to say that there is nothing left in the mains.
IAS Namita’s advice to students
Indian Administrative Service Namita advises other students that no matter how many times they fail but do not consider themselves to be unsuccessful. Namita further says that do not listen to people who demotivate you. They thought it appropriate to stay in Mumbai hostels instead of home to avoid the depressive talk of their relatives and neighbors. Finally, in the year 2018, she got the color and was selected.