IAS Success Story: I studied for 4-5 hours and IAS, told how you can clear UPSC
IAS Yashni Nagarajan Story: According to Nagarajan, it is not necessary to leave the job for the preparation of UPSC. You just need to work hard with better time management.Read more: Smugglers broke blockade, caught chasing one: smuggler arrested with 85 kg doda-poppy
IAS Yashni Nagarajan: If you are an IAS candidate, you cannot ignore the success story of IAS officer Yoshni Nagarajan. You will be surprised to know that when Yoshni was preparing for UPSC, she was doing full time job. He fulfilled his dream of becoming an IAS officer by securing All India Rank 57 in 2019. He passed the UPSC exam in his fourth attempt and the reason behind this was better time management. According to Nagarajan, it is not necessary to leave the job for the preparation of UPSC. You just need to work hard with better time management.
Yoshni Nagarajan did his schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Nahargun. He then completed B.Tech in 2014 from National Institute of Engineering, EEE to EEE. His father, Thangvel Nagarajan is a retired state PWD engineer and his mother is the retired superintendent of the Itanagar branch in the Guwahati High Court Registry.
Yoshni used to spend 4 to 5 hours daily in studies. Not only this, she used to study all day even on weekends. They believe that you are preparing for UPSC and if you have full time job, then you will have to study on weekends. This will definitely strengthen your preparation. The right time management will help you remove for 4 to 5 hours of studies. According to
Nagarajan, he chose geography as an alternative subject under the influence of others. Due to the wrong subject, she could not perform better in her early efforts. Later, he paid attention to it and changed the subject. She says, you should choose the subject of your choice so that you can read it with interest. If you like the subject, then you will read it deeply. Optional subjects play an important role in UPSC exam because it helps in getting better numbers.
According to Yoshni, essays and morality are the paper in which you can score high. Therefore, it is very important to give importance to these subjects. She says that it is difficult to prepare for UPSC while doing full time job but it will benefit you. When you already have a job, you will not feel stress even if you fail in UPSC. You do not worry much about your career. You can become an IAS or IPS officer with hard work and better time management.
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