Divya of Jharkhand was happy to pass in UPSC, for 4 days she was getting applause in the area, but now the truth has turned out to be something else.
Claim: Divya succeeded in UPSC in the very first time
Divya Pandey and her family members claimed that Divya had cleared the UPSC exam in the first attempt itself after the results of the civil services examination were out. The family members also claimed that Divya has secured 323rd rank in the UPSC examination. As soon as this news spread in Ramgarh district, Divya Pandey became famous in the area and the media applauded her. He was even honored by some departments.
All the confusion happened because of two similar names.
Now the truth has come to the fore. The truth is that not Divya Pandey from Jharkhand, but Divya P, a resident of South India, has passed the UPSC exam. Probably Divya P of South India has got 323rd rank in the exam.
Apologizing on behalf of Divya Pandey (24) after the truth came out, her family members as well as her neighbors said that it is actually Divya P from South India and not Divya Pandey who has secured 323rd rank in UPSC exam. Has attained.
Now Divya has been apologizing again
After the truth comes out, Divya and her family are apologizing. Divya Pandey says that due to some mistake it became a confusing situation. Divya said that she has not given false information knowingly for any media coverage or publicity.
Divya was honored by Coalfields Limited
Let us inform that Divya Pandey was honored by the District Administration and Central Coalfields Limited after knowing the news of passing the UPSC examination. The pictures of which were also shared by Central Coalfields Limited on its official Twitter handle. However, on Friday (June 03), Divya and her family have apologized to the district administration and the Central Coalfields Limited (CCL).
Divya’s friend from UP said – you have passed UPSC
Divya Pandey’s elder sister Priyadarshini Pandey said that her sister was informed by her friend in Uttar Pradesh that she has secured 323rd rank in UPSC. Divya’s friend told her with a big claim that she has seen the result and she has passed.
Divya Pandey’s elder sister Priyadarshini further said, After hearing the passing news from Divya’s friend, we tried to check the result on UPSC website but internet was not working. It was an unintentional mistake.”
Due to the family’s claims of Divya Pandey clearing UPSC in her first attempt with the help of smartphone and internet without any professional coaching, the Chairman cum Managing Director of Central Coalfields Limited, PM Prasad and other senior officials named Divya Pandey as her father. Honored in front. Divya’s father has retired from CCL. After this the news got wide media coverage in the media. Now Divya’s father said that it was an unintentional mistake.
The matter could reach legal action
Ramgarh Deputy Commissioner Madhavi Mishra, who felicitated Divya Pandey at her office in the district collectorate, termed it a “human error” after the truth came out. Ramgarh officials assisted that they have not taken any action against the girl or her family in this regard. Let us tell you that otherwise this matter would have gone till legal action.
‘There was no intention to spread fake news or false claims’
Divya Pandey’s family members claimed that there was no intention to spread fake news or false claims and said that after ascertaining the truth, Divya, a resident of Rajrappa Colony under Chittarpur block of Ramgarh district of Jharkhand, left for Delhi. has occurred. Divya’s family said that “we apologize for this mistake.”
Divya’s story went viral due to internet failure
Chandeshwar Singh, field secretary of the Coalfields Mazdoor Union affiliated to Hind Mazdoor Sabha and Divya’s neighbor, said that due to internet failure, the family could not verify the information given by a friend of the girl from UP and her success story went viral.
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Divya graduated from Ranchi University in 2017. Divya claimed, “I studied for about 18 hours on a daily basis and read a lot of books of National Council for Research in Education (NCERT).” Her father Jagdish Prasad Pandey, who worked as a crane operator of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) in 2016. As had retired, claimed that his daughter’s success and hard work had paid off.