Success Story: Those 4 people who failed in school-college, yet became IAS-IPS after passing UPSC – न्यूज़लीड India

Success Story: Those 4 people who failed in school-college, yet became IAS-IPS after passing UPSC


IAS Rukmani Riar, District Collector Hanumangarh, failed in class VI

This is IAS officer Rukmani Riar. Serving as Hanumangarh District Collector in Rajasthan Cadre. She is originally from Chandigarh, Punjab. If you believe, she had failed in the sixth class. Then in 2011 he passed the UPSC Civil Services Examination with the second position. Her husband Siddharth Sihag is also an IAS. Currently posted in Churu.

  IPS Manoj Kumar Sharma, failed in class 12th

IPS Manoj Kumar Sharma, failed in class 12th

Born in 1977 to Ramveer Sharma in village Bilgram in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh, Manoj Kumar Sharma failed in class 12th. Then he started driving auto with his brother, but after some time he left the auto and started his studies again. After completing his college education, he came to Delhi to prepare for UPSC. In Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi, Almora of Uttarakhand became friends with Shraddha. Then both of them broke up. Then after passing UPSC in fourth attempt and became IPS in Maharashtra cadre.

IAS Anju Sharma, Gujarat cadre, fails in 10th pre board exam

IAS Anju Sharma, Gujarat cadre, fails in 10th pre board exam

Anju Sharma, who failed in class 10th pre board exam, is an IAS officer in Gujarat cadre. Despite failing in school, she became an IAS officer in the very first attempt with the support of her family. Anju Sharma did her B.Sc from Jaipur. IAS officer Anju Sharma started her service in the year 1991 with the post of Assistant Collector of Rajkot. According to media reports, he is posted as Principal Secretary in the Department of Education (Higher and Technical Education), Secretariat in Gandhinagar.

IAS Anurag Kumar failed in many subjects in Bihar, Natak

IAS Anurag Kumar failed in many subjects in Bihar, Natak

Anurag Kumar, a resident of Katihar district of Bihar, was very smart in studies till the tenth standard. Got 90% marks in 10th board exam. Then failed in the pre-board examination of Maths in 12th. After passing 12th he joined Shri Ram College of Commerce Delhi and failed in many subjects in graduation. However, later did graduation and then started preparing for UPSC. Then took two consecutive UPSC exams and passed both the times. In the year 2018, he became an IAS officer by getting 48th rank.

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