IAS Success Story: Hard work and patience are two qualities that anyone who has adopted in his life has become successful. Both these qualities prove to be very effective in the Civil Services Examination. Lakhs of people prepare for the Civil Services Examination but only a few are successful. If you keep patience, then you can achieve success in it even after many attempts. There is one such IAS officer who failed in class 10th and 12th but cleared the IAS exam in one go. She is IAS Anju Sharma. Let us know how he passed the UPSC exam.
Had failed in 10th and 12th
IAS Anju Sharma has learned from her failures. She had failed in economics in class 12th and could not pass the pre-board examination of class 10th. Whereas in other subjects he got dictation. Anju Sharma says that my failure was a stepping stone for me to become an IAS. After pre board exam, she didn’t want to study further. He was also worried. It was expected that she was going to fail. In such a situation, everyone told him that passing 10th is very important for further studies.
Lessons learned after failure
IS Anju Sharma says That’s when she failed. Then he learned this lesson that he should study when the exam time comes near, should not depend on it. She says that her mother supported her a lot during this period. After learning this lesson, he did not look back. She joined the college and not only this, she also became a gold medalist in the college. She completed BSC and MBA from Jaipur.
Cleared UPSC in first attempt
After failing the first time, Anju Sharma started studying under planning And the result of that planning was that he passed the UPSC exam in the very first attempt. She completed the syllabus under planning and got included in the list of IAS toppers.
First posting in Rajkot
Anju Sharma is IAS of Gujarat Cadre. In 1991, she got her first posting in Rajkot and became the Assistant Collector. She has also been the DM of Gandhinagar. At present, she is working as Principal Secretary, Higher and Technical Education Secretariat, Gandhinagar, Department of Education.