UPSC (IAS) Success Story: 3 Stories You Must Read

 UPSC (IAS) Success Story: 3 Stories You Must Read - It Proves That Anything Is Possible With Strong Willpower And Hard Work

UPSC (IAS) Success Story: 3 Stories You Must Read


If you are also preparing for any exam and facing difficult situations in life then you must read these three stories which will make you realize once again that anything is possible with hard work and determination.

UPSC (IAS) Civil Services Examination is considered to be one of the toughest examinations in the country. The success percentage in this exam is very important. The syllabus of this exam is very wide and it takes a lot of time to prepare. Most of the aspirants' patience gets answered while preparing for this exam. Some leave the preparation for this exam due to adverse circumstances in life. If you are also preparing for any exam and facing difficult situations in life then you must read these three stories which will make you realize once again that anything is possible with hard work and determination.

Success Story of Bala Nagendran, 100% blind since birth: Cleared UPSC and achieved 659th rank

Even though there is a lot of study material available in the market for the preparation of UPSC Civil Services, there is still very little option for blind students. Blind people have to face many difficulties in doing everyday work anyway. But when there is passion in the heart, the intention is strong, then a person overcomes every difficulty and Bala Nagendran is the biggest example of this. Bala Nagendran is 100% blind since birth. Bala Nagendran's dream of becoming an IAS was fulfilled in his 9th attempt. However, he has cleared this exam thrice so far. Click the link below to read more about him.

UPSC (IAS) Success Story: Blind by birth Bala Nagendran clears UPSC in 9th attempt and secured 659th rank-

Success Story of Ira Singhal: 1st rank in UPSC

IAS Ira Singhal is suffering from Scoliosis which is a serious disease of the spine and there is no cure for it. Due to this disease, a person has to face many problems in doing everyday work. But Ira never let her disability stand in the way of her dreams. Ira topped the general category of the UPSC Civil Services Examination in 2014. Even before this, even after getting selected in UPSC 3 times, he was not allotted any service due to his illness, he also had to fight a case. Click the link below to read more about her.

Know the story of Ira Singhal's struggle to get AIR 1 in UPSC 2014

Success Story of Poorna Santhri: 286 Ranks Achieved in UPSC

At the age of five, Poorna Santhri's eyesight started decreasing. Her parents got her treated but doctors said that Poorna was suffering from a rare degenerative disorder. After some time his right eye was completely damaged and surgery was done to try to save his left eye. But this surgery was also unsuccessful and Poorna gradually lost both her eyesight. During the preparation, he was supported by his parents and friends and with hard work, he cracked this tough exam. You can get their full story through the link given below. Click the link below to read more about her

UPSC (IAS) Success Story: 25-year-old Poorna Santhri clears UPSC 2019 despite being visually impaired, gives credit to parents - Know her story

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