There have been great results in UPSC exams for girls. They have occupied the first four places. In the first place is Shruti Sharma. The second rank holder is Ankita Agarwal. Third and fourth place went to Gamini Singla and Aishwarya Burma respectively.
The top-ranked Shruti is a resident of Delhi. She said that she was confident that she would pass, but she could not think that she would be the first. Shruti wants to be an IAS officer. After graduating from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, she was admitted to Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Later, however, she left JNU and enrolled in the Delhi School of Economics. She did her civil service preparation from Jamia Milia Islamia Residential Coaching Academy. A total of 23 people of that organization including Shruti passed the UPSC exam this year. Jamia Milia Islamia Vice Chancellor Nazma Akhtar congratulated all of them. On the other hand, third place winner Gamini is a resident of Chandigarh. According to UPSC, 685 students have passed the examination this time.
Ankita, the second ranker, is also naturally satisfied with her eye-catching success. The day before yesterday, the girl from Bengal highlighted the support of her parents in the preparation phase. She also said that she would like to join the Indian Administrative Service and work for women’s empowerment, schooling and development of primary health care. Earlier, Ankita had also passed UPSC in 2019. That time her rank was 239. She then joined the Indian Revenue Service. She is currently working in Faridabad, Haryana. However, the dream of a better result encouraged her to perform relentless work as the preparation. Apart from preparing for UPSC, the girl, who graduated in Economics from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, did not stop reading books in her spare time.
Gamini Singla, who secured the 3rd position in the examination was definitely very satisfied and happy with her result. She said that she had faith in the almighty and thanked her brother and parents for their continuous support. She was very much overwhelmed and was literally on cloud 9 as soon as she got to know about the outcome of her hard work. While talking about this major support, she acknowledged that her father had been a great help throughout the preparation period. He used to go through the newspapers to mark each important point to save her valuable time for studying other subjects. He also read to her books for discussion, support and guidance. This was her 2nd attempt for cracking UPSC.
Besides Ankita, a young man from Bengal also passed the exam with flying colours. Shubham, a resident of Dumdum Gorabazar, is ranked 43rd. He says, “I was relieved to see the result. Now we have to work for the development of the country.” He had sat for the civil service examination three times before but did not get any success. However, Shubham did not give up. Finally, for the fourth time, he put himself in the first row.