Sampada Trivedi: Jhansi’s BA pass Sampada Trivedi became IAS, gave ‘mantra’ for UPSC exam – न्यूज़लीड India

Sampada Trivedi: Jhansi’s BA pass Sampada Trivedi became IAS, gave ‘mantra’ for UPSC exam

Sampada Trivedi: Jhansi’s BA pass Sampada Trivedi became IAS, gave ‘mantra’ for UPSC exam


Grandfather’s wish made his dream

Sampada’s house is located in Sipri Bazar area of ​​Jhansi. Sampada’s father Brijesh Trivedi runs a marriage lawn. Studied till 12th from Jai Academy of Jhansi. After that she went to Delhi. He completed his graduation (BA) in the year 2017 in History and Philosophy from Ramjas College, University of Delhi here. Sampada tells that her grandfather Tribhuvan Nath Trivedi always wanted to make her an IAS. Sampada made his grandfather’s wish his dream and started studying to fulfill it.

Study at home without coaching

Study at home without coaching

In the fourth attempt, Sampada Trivedi has cleared the UPSC exam. Sampada told that she used to live alone in Delhi, but could not stay for long. Because of studying for 8 to 10 hours, the tension was high. In such a situation, she came home and studied at home. Did not take any coaching. Being with family members relieved tension.

After 3 failures, the method of preparation changed

After 3 failures, the method of preparation changed

Sampada says that after three attempts, she felt that she would not be able to do it now, but then changed the way of her preparation. The first weakness was found, which was answer writing. I prepared for answer writing. He also reduced the hours of study every day and studied only for 5 to 6 hours. After that thought that now is the last attempt. After this I will do post graduate, but passed the exam in the last fourth attempt.

'Mantra' given to candidates for UPSC exam

‘Mantra’ given to candidates for UPSC exam

Giving a mantra to the candidates preparing for civil services, Sampada Trivedi told that first of all download the UPSC syllabus from the official website. Then plan accordingly which book you want to focus on. You should be able to choose what not to study, because if you read too much, you will not be able to present it. Make a minimum list of which book you want to read on which topic. After that revise several times. Make your own notes, which help in revision before the exam. The most important thing is to keep practicing answer writing.

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