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Toppers Story : Divya Rank 438

Success Story: This village girl passed the UPSC exam in the first attempt, know how she got success without coaching


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Every year the stories of toppers’ struggle and their victories in the UPSC Civil Services Examination become a source of inspiration for thousands of youth. Some stories are such that they seem very unbelievable. Today we have brought such a story, after reading which you will probably be convinced that everything is pale in front of hard work and struggle. This story (UPSC Topper Success Story) is of Divya Tanwar who got rank 438 in UPSC Civil Services Exam 2021.

Mother taught Divya by working as a laborer.

Hailing from Mahendragarh, Haryana, Divya is the eldest of her siblings and lives with her mother and two younger siblings. She comes from a very humble family and this was her first attempt at Civil Services Examination. In her first attempt itself, Divya has brought laurels to the entire district by getting the post of IPS (IPS Divya Tanwar). Divya’s age was very young when her father’s shadow rose from her head, since then her mother worked as a laborer in other’s fields and ran her house and raised her children.

Took admission in Navodaya with hard work

Divya did her primary education from Manu School in Nimbi district and later passed the examination and enrolled in Navodaya Vidyalaya. He has done his graduation in B.Sc from Government PG College. Divya often used to teach children too. He believes that hard work plays more role than luck in passing the exam. If someone is determined to do this, then he achieves it on the basis of hard work.

Used to study for 10 hours

Divya’s house is very small but she prepared by staying there. He did not take any coaching for preparation and achieved his goal with the help of self-study. She used to study for 10 hours daily and never went out of the house. Eating, studying and sleeping, this was his preparation schedule. Divya gives the credit of her success to her mother, who always held her daughter’s hand and never let her miss her father. Her mother herself worked as a laborer but did not let any problem arise in Divya’s preparation.

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