A smartphone, 18-hour study classes: Here’s how crane operator’s daughter cracked UPSC exam | India News

 

Ramgarh- One 12 months, a smartphone and devoted 18 hours a day of study — that’s what it took a retired crane operator’s daughter in Jharkhand to crack the civil companies examination in her maiden try. Divya Pandey, 24, who hails from Ramgarh district, secured the 323rd rank on this 12 months’s examination, outcomes of which had been introduced by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Monday.

“An web connection and smartphone helped me crack the civil companies examination. The web is an ocean of information and data,” she informed PTI. I put in round 18 hours of study each day and browse loads of National Council of Education Research (NCERT) books, Divya, who graduated from Ranchi University in 2017, stated.

Divya additionally stated she didn’t enroll for any skilled teaching whereas making ready for the exam. For her father Jagdish Prasad Pandey, who retired in 2016 as a crane operator of Central Coalfields Ltd (CCL), pleasure is aware of no bounds. I can not let you know how proud I’m. My daughter deserves this success and her onerous work has paid off, Pandey stated.

Divya’s elder sister Priyadarshani Pandey has additionally cleared the preliminary check for Jharkhand Public Service Commission, she stated. “I’m eager to work for the poor and the downtrodden,” she added. ALSO READ: Airtel presents free 1GB information for 3 days to THESE pay as you go customers

After six years, ladies secured the highest three ranks within the civil companies examination 2021, the UPSC stated after declaring the outcomes on Monday.

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