A 28-year-old Anmol Jain from Bhopal secured 14th rank in UPSC civil services final exam 2019, results of which were announced on Tuesday.

A 28-year-old Anmol Jain from Bhopal secured 14th place in UPSC’s 2019 civil service final, the results of which were announced on Tuesday.

As a graduate of IIT Delhi, Jain passed the exam in his fifth and final attempt. Jain recently finished third in the UPSC Indian Forest Services exam.

Jain was preparing for the Bhopal exam and taking online mock test courses.

Jain said, “I am so happy that I have achieved my ultimate dream. When I did my engineering, I decided to become an IAS officer. Since physics was my favorite subject, I chose it as my elective. ”

“After completing my engineering, I joined a private company in Gurgaon. I started my preparation with coaching in Delhi. I later moved to my hometown in Bhopal and started to prepare myself through self-study. I enjoyed my studies very much, so I never counted hours, ”he added.

Continuous revision is very important in preparing the civil service exam, and this strategy has helped me do well in the exam, said Jain.

Jain’s father and mother are doctors in Bhopal.

Another candidate, Pradeep Singh, 23, from Indore, secured 26th place in the tests. Pradeep is currently in Indore training as an Indian Revenue Service Officer.

Pradeep’s father, Manoj Singh, who previously worked as an industrial operator in Indore, left the job after his selection at Indian Revenue Services in the 2018 UPSC Civil Services Exam.

Pradeep said: “I have seen so many dreams of serving my nation and making a positive change in society, and that could only be achieved as an IAS officer. After selecting myself as IRS officer, I did not stop preparing and reappeared in the exam to fulfill my dream. ”

“I am glad that my father’s victim was not in vain.

My father sold his only house in Indore in 2017 to send me to Delhi to prepare for the civil service exam, ”he added.


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