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The ‘failure label’ of school time is not your future, these successful civil service officers are proving


In the light of UPSC result, stories of youths of Rajasthan who once failed
Barmer’s Jagdish, who failed in 10th, is now a flamboyant ASP in Dahod, Gujarat.
Bikaner’s Akash got low marks in 10th, was expelled from school, now DIG in UP Police
Finance Controller Officer RAS Dalpat Singh has failed in 19 exams in Sukhadia University

Harish Malik

Jaipur. The result of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services Examination has come. In such a situation, the stories of the toppers will resonate across the country. There is a lot of talk about his studies, habits, hobbies, dreams and success mantra, but those who could not pass the UPSC Civil Services Examination should not be labeled as ‘failure’, so today we are going to tell you about such a civil servant of Rajasthan origin. Will tell about those who had failed once. Despite this, he did not let despair and frustration dominate him. He made his dreams come true with enthusiasm, passion, passion and hard work to get success in every situation.

Actually, these stories are of those promising people, who have proved that once ‘failure’s mark sheet’ cannot decide their future. What he has decided, he has to show through his stubbornness and passion. Later on, these youths also wrote the story of success.

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Record of failure, but today’s popular IAS officer
Poet Sohanlal Dwivedi has written, ‘When the little ant walks with grains, climbs the walls, slips a hundred times…’ considering this as the mantra of success, he did not give up despite repeated failures in ‘examinations’. RAS Dalpat Singh, posted as Finance Controlling Officer in Mohanlal Sukhadia University, has failed 19 times in different exams. After passing 10th in 1991 with average marks, failed twice in 12th. Then failed four times in the first year from 1996 to 99 and completed BA in the year 2000. Gave many exams for government job, but failed. In the year 2003, childhood friend Avinash Champawat got second rank in IAS in All India. Then it was decided that he would also become an IAS officer, but he got overage in the second attempt itself. But did not give up and worked hard for RAS. Finally, by securing 55th rank in the third chance, he silenced those neighbors, friends and relatives who used to make fun of him.

Completed studies by working as a laborer, then became a constable of Delhi Police, now won the UPSC

After failing in 10th, became a flamboyant IPS officer
The story of Jagdish Bangadwa of Baytu town of Barmer also passes through the streets of failure. Today he may be posted as an IPS officer in Gujarat’s Dahod as a flamboyant ASP, but it is also true that so many capable officers had failed in the 10th standard. Jagdish cleared the 10th exam in the second attempt. In the 12th, I got only 38 percent marks in Mathematics, but I had the courage to become something in life. Due to this, he continued his studies with hard work and dedication. Took the Indian Civil Services exam in 2018 and got 486th rank and became an IPS officer at the age of 23.

Akash was expelled from the school when he got low marks, today DIG
Victory is achieved only by courage and one should not give up in front of fear. Akash Kulhari of Bikaner also did the same. In 1996, while studying in Kendriya Vidyalaya, he gave his 10th standard exam. Only 57 percent marks could come. Due to such low marks, the school expelled him. There was fear in the mind about the future, but Akash did not lose courage. Worked hard and got 85 percent marks in 12th board exam. After this there was no looking back. After doing B.Com from Bikaner, did M.Com from JNU University, Delhi. After doing MPhil, in the first attempt in 2006, Akash passed the civil services examination. Now he is the DIG of the Fire Department of UP Police.

Heartbroken after failing in 10th, Ishwar now became IAS
Now talk about the result of UPSC-2022. The names of many promising people of Rajasthan are in the final list. Ishwar Gurjar, a resident of Bhilwara’s Kareda, has got the 644th rank. Ishwar failed in 2011 in the class X examination. When he made up his mind to leave studies, farmer father Sualal encouraged him by saying that there is no need to be afraid of studies so soon. Failing once is not a big deal. Then continued studies and passed private BA from MDS University Ajmer. After becoming a grade third teacher in 2019, he gave the civil service exam for the first time, but failed in the prelims itself. Got married in 2020. Reached the interview this year, but did not get success. Then the wife took over the full responsibility of the family, so she got full time for studies. It is the result of never getting discouraged and working hard that now in the fourth attempt, God has made God successful.

Left studies due to low marks in 12th, now UPSC crack
The passion for cricket was such that nothing else could be thought of. Its effect came so much on studies that after getting low marks, he decided to leave studies and become a cricketer. But nature had written something else in the fate of Sikar’s Manoj Mahariya. Manoj was always an average student in school. Only 62.80 percent marks came in the 12th board. That too because he got 84 out of 100 numbers in drawing. If there was no drawing subject, the percentage would have been worse. After getting low marks in 12th, he did not study for three years. Kept playing professional cricket. Became the captain of Sikar’s district cricket team, but could not get selected in Ranji. In the year 2019, it was realized that the path of cricket is difficult, so there should be another option as well. Started studies and gave different competition exams. Selection was done in three jobs including SSC, DRDO, Clerk level. After this confidence came, then UPSC preparation started. For the first time, I was left with 15th number in Mains. After this, now UPSC has been cleared in the second attempt.

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