The son of security guard read from Hindi medium and cracked UPSC through books without coaching, become IRS officer
IRS Officer Kuldeep Dwivedi Success Story: Kuldeep used to prepare for many other government jobs and also give his exams. Similarly, in the year 2013, he was selected for the post of Assistant Commandant in BSF (BSF), but his dream was that he became an IAS officer so he quit his BSF job.Read more: KBC 14: These big changes in Amitabh Bachchan's show, now the gleaming car will be found at this stop
IRS Officer Kuldeep Dwivedi Success Story: A saying is very famous that 'floors are found only those who have their dreams. Nothing happens only with wings, friends fly with courage. You must have read this line at some time. IRS officer Kuldeep Dwivedi has shown the matter written in this lines. He has proved that despite the minimum resources, their goals can be achieved. Without coaching, he only prepared for a difficult exam like UPSC by borrowing books from his friend and became an IRS officer by achieving success in it.
Family of 6 people lived in a room Kuldeep hails from Sheikhpur, a small village in Nigoh district of Uttar Pradesh. They have a total of 6 people. Kuldeep's father used to work as a security guard. His earnings were only that his house was able to run after doing it. His entire family lived in only one room house. Please tell that Kuldeep has faced extreme poverty in his life.
studying in English Medium School is just a dream Kuldeep's father did not have the money to teach his children in an English medium school. For this reason, Kuldeep's studies from childhood to post graduation have been done from Hindi medium. Kuldeep learned from Kakhara (A, B, C) from Saraswati Shishu Mandir. At the same time, after passing class 12th, Kuldeep enrolled in Allahabad University, from where he did post graduation in graduation and geography in Hindi subjects. Please tell that when Kuldeep used to see his cousin going to English medium private schools, he also felt that he read there. However, he used to calm his mind after seeing his family's circumstances. Time had made Kuldeep intelligent ahead of time and this was the reason that Kuldeep had decided in class 7 itself that he would grow up and become an officer.
Preparation of UPSC from borrowing books Kuldeep went to Delhi to prepare for UPSC's Civil Services Examination. However, he did not have enough money to buy books and prepare for the exam. In such a situation, he started preparing for UPSC by borrowing books from his roommates. In view of the conditions of the house, Kuldeep used to prepare for other government jobs and also give his examinations. Similarly, in the year 2013, he was selected for the post of Assistant Commandant in BSF (BSF), but his dream was that he became an IAS officer so he quit his BSF job.
Continuous effort created IRS Kuldeep was constantly preparing for UPSC. However, they could not clear to prelims in the first attempt. At the same time, when the pre came out, he got hanged in the mens, but he kept trying continuously for the exam and finally when the result of UPSC came in 2015, Kuldeep secured 242nd rank in it. After this, Kuldeep was selected for the Indian Revenue Services (IRS). It is said that when the news of Kuldeep's success was given to his father, he could not understand what happened for half an hour. It took him a long time to convince that his son has now become an officer.
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