UP Public Service Commission (UPPCS) declared the result of the United States Additional Subordinate Services Examination 2020. In this, 476 candidates have got success. In this, the son of a farmer has succeeded, then someone has succeeded in facing all the problems in poverty. The story of 5 such personalities, who have succeeded in UPPSC …
A soldier became a PCS officer
Soldier Mukesh Kharwar posted in Cyber Cell of Gorakhpur district has increased the value of Khari in the examination. Along with the job, he was also preparing for UPPCS. He took the exam and now he has been selected as Senior Diet Lecturer.
The son was educated by stitching clothes, became a PCS officer
The son of a tailor has raised the family’s value in the UP PCS. He has given the best reward for his mother’s hard work. He has got the post of Administrative Officer.
Premchand, a resident of Pipargwan, Bande, stitches people’s clothes in the village itself. Recently he became a teacher in a school in the village. His second son was preparing for civil by staying in Prayagraj. Used to sew for expenses. Now the post of Administrative Officer in PCS has been selected.
Farmer’s son becomes deputy collector
Pinak Pani Dwivedi, son of Dilip Kumar Dubey, resident of Mirzapur, has secured 49th rank in UP PCS. He has been selected for deputy collector.
Dilip Kumar Dubey is a farmer. Pinak is his third son. He started preparing after studying B.Tech and has now achieved success. After BTech in Civil Engineering at NIT Surat, he worked as a Civil Engineer in Syndicate Bank.
He did not mind much of his day there. After this, he became a Circle Officer in the State Bank of India. Did not mind there too and started preparing for civil service. In the third attempt, he was selected for the post of Deputy Collector.
Sanchita became a topper
Sanchita Garg of Nawanshahar has topped UP PCS. In childhood, the school principal told her that he wanted to see her become an officer, she has become today.
Sanchita worked in the private sector after studying. But after this, she felt that if she wanted anything else in life, she started preparing. She used to prepare for 8 to 10 hours daily.
He says that there is no shortcut to success. Every subject should be studied in depth. She was studying in Jamia, Delhi for the last two years. Sanchita hoped that one day she would definitely succeed.
PCS officer becomes car driver’s son
Ashutosh Tiwari, who hails from Bankat, Sitamarha, UP, has attained 18th rank in the UP PCS. His father drives a doctor’s car in Mumbai.
Ashutosh is the second son of his father. Ashutosh has studied from a government school to high school and inter. He studied engineering from Maharashtra University.