IAS Story: Father tailor, mother daily laborers, he taught himself in primary school, such is the story of IAS who passes UPSC in First Attitude

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IAS Story: Father tailor, mother daily laborers, he taught himself in primary school, such is the story of IAS who passes UPSC in First Attitude
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IAS Success Story: After obtaining diploma from Pune University, he started preparing for civil service. Later, he applied for Maharashtra Civil Services but failed in his first two attempts.

UPSC Civil Services Exam is one of the most difficult entrance exams in India, however, if someone prepares well for it, he can crack it down . It does not matter whether you are rich or poor, if you are determined, then you can become an IAS officer. This is the way the Motivational Story of IAS Vijay Amrita Kulgee who is currently the collector of Ganjam district of Odisha. He deferred obstacles to pass the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examination in the first attempt and became the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer.

He was born in a small village of Ralegan in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. His father worked as a tailor and his mother was a daily wage laborer in the fields. Kulange says that his parents always paid full attention to his education. He said, "He fulfilled all my needs during my education. I never felt a lack of books or other educational materials."

Vijay Kulage enrolled in a science stream in Ahmednagar Residential High School. After passing 12th, he wanted to get a medical degree. However, due to the financial condition of the family, he could not enroll in MBBS. Later, his mother advised him to get a job and become self -sufficient, and then made a career that suited his interests. After that, he started working as a primary teacher in a government school while studying Diploma in Education (D.Ed).

After obtaining diploma from the University of Pune, he started preparing for civil service. Later, he applied for Maharashtra Civil Services but failed in his first two attempts. He eventually passed the Maharashtra Civil Service and in his third attempt he was selected as an inspector. He joined as Tehsildar in his fourth attempt.

When he was working as Tehsildar, his Collector (an IAS officer) suggested him to prepare for the UPSC Civil Services Examination. After this, Kulge took the UPSC exam and passed. After bringing the 176th rank in the examination, he was appointed in Odisha cadre in 2013.

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