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IAS became in the first time after studying for four months, after seeing the marksheet numbers

IAS became in the first time after studying for four months, after seeing the marksheet numbers

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IAS Success Story: Many people have to give up their dreams because they do not have the privilege to fulfill them. But this woman worked to realize her dreams with her hard work and determination. We are talking about IAS Officer Saumya Sharma, who is from Delhi. Soumya Sharma IAS is an inspiration for all Civil Service candidates (UPSC Aspirants) because despite losing the ability to hear, he worked hard to pass the UPSC exam.

Who is IAS Soumya Sharma? (Who is IAS Saumya Sharma)

To understand the challenges and difficulties in life, we should know the story of 2017 batch IAS Saumya Sharma. At the age of 16, Soumya lost 90 to 95 percent of her hearing power. Despite this, the way he went ahead and participated in the UPSC exam and achieved All India Rank 9 in the first attempt in 2017, it is an inspiration for millions of people. Many people try to pass the Union Public Service Commission year after year, but only a few are able to pass it. Saumya Sharma (Saumya Sharma) achieved it in the first attempt.

His marksheet went viral on social media. He scored excellent marks in all papers. Saumya Sharma passed the UPSC examination in the first attempt. Even more surprising is that he had prepared only four months for this.

despite losing the hearing power, Soumya passed the UPSC.

Soumya Sharma, who hails from Delhi, suddenly lost her ability to hear at the age of 16 and had to seek the help of hearing aid. But, he never allowed it to become his deficiency. Crossing this physical barrier, Soumya took the Civil Services Examination at the age of 23 without any coaching. According to him, cracking UPSC exam was like passing another exam, where you only need proper plan and good strategy.

Soumya has done LLB from National Law University, Delhi. In her final year of law, Soumya decided to prepare for UPSC Civil Service in 2017 and in the same year, Soumya participated in UPSC Prelims and UPSC Mains exam. Soumya was 23 years old when she took the UPSC exam and made her family proud by passing the exam in the first attempt. Significantly, she had a high fever during the Mains exam and she could not even get up from bed and could not even revise the GS. Nevertheless, she did not back down and completed the UPSC exam.

Soumya used to study 16 hours every day, Soumya

Soumya was included in the category of disabled person because she had lost her listening ability but UPSC Civil Under Disabled quota Refused to fill the service form and opted for the general category. Soumya's parents are doctors by profession and she also wants to be like her but she changed her mind and started studying law. Soumya has been a brilliant student since her school days. He also topped the tenth grade. She is interested in current affairs from the beginning as she started reading the newspaper at the age of three, and studied more than 16 hours every day to pass the UPSC exam. This is the reason that he passed the UPSC examination in the first attempt.

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August 9th 2022, 5:55 am
Amitesh Kumar
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