The street vendor's daughter-in-law cracks civilians
AMARAVATI: The daughter of a small employee in the agricultural market cracked the civil service test results released by UPSC on Tuesday. Kandela Pratima from the city of Mangalagiri has secured rank 757 and is expecting to be accepted into the Indian Police Service (IPS) or the Indian Financial Service (IRS). While Pratima’s father, Israil, worked in the agricultural market, her father-in-law, Raheem, is a street vendor and runs a cool beverage shop in the city of Mangalagiri.

Pratima married her childhood friend, Naheed. Both Pratima and Nahed work in different software companies in Hyderabad. Raheem replied to the daughter-in-law’s success and said that she had worked overtime to realize her dream of becoming a civil servant. “It is not an easy task. She worked hard to get the rank, ”Raheem told the media on Wednesday. It is Pratima’s second attempt that brought her to the coveted service. “I look forward to cracking the top service. I expect either IPS or IRS, ”said Pratima.

Both Pratima and Naheed came from BPL families and studied together until high school. While Pratima B.Tech graduated from JNTU in Hyderabad, Nahed did his MBA. They got married with family support. Mangalagiri’s legislator, Alla Ramakrishna Reddy, met Raheem and congratulated him on the success of his daughter-in-law. He spoke to Pratima and encouraged her to reappear in public service exams to join the Indian Administration Service (IAS).

In the meantime, the locals of Pedaparimi village in Thullur Mandal celebrated the success of their village boy Mallavarapu Suryateja, who secured 76th place and most likely received IAS. He is the topper of AP. Suryateja’s father Srinivasa Rao died when he worked as a deputy director in the employment office. Mother Sandhya Rani motivated him to crack the civil service. He worked for four years in a top IT company and quit the job in preparation for public service in 2018.

Another boy, Gorijala Mohan Krishna from the city of Guntur, had also hit the civilian population with a rank of 283. Mohan Krishna’s father Karuna Ramana Babu worked as a manager in a private courier company while his mother Bhavani retired as a lecturer. Although Mohan Krishna received offers from several multinational companies after completing his studies at Mumbai IIT, he concentrated on the civilian population and finally realized his dream. He passed the first test in his fourth attempt.


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