Lost father 2 months before UPSC interview
recovering from shock and preparing for such; IAS officer again
IAS Divyanshu Nigam Success Story: When Divyanshu Nigam was preparing for the interview, his father SK Nigam’s health deteriorated and he was admitted to SGPGI Hospital in Lucknow. After this his father never returned home from the hospital and he was deeply shocked by it.
- Divyanshu Nigam secured 44th rank in All India
- Divyanshu became an IAS officer at the age of 25
- Divyanshu Nigam got success in the third attempt
New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) announced the results of CSE 2020 final exam last month, in which 25-year-old Divyanshu Nigam also succeeded and secured 44th rank as an IAS officer. Fulfilled the dream of becoming an officer. However, it was not so easy for Divyanshu, as he had lost his father during the preparation for the interview.
- lost father due to corona virus
Divyanshu Nigam, a resident of Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, was preparing for UPSC CSE 2020 interview, but in the meantime, a mountain of sorrows broke on him and in June 2020, his father died after corona virus infection.
- Deep shock caused by father’s death
When Divyanshu Nigam was preparing for the interview, his father SK Nigam’s health deteriorated and he was admitted to SGPGI Hospital in Lucknow. Due to this, Divyanshu’s preparation also got a break, as the health of the father became a priority for him. Unfortunately, his father never returned home from the hospital and was deeply shocked.
- Made himself strong in adversity
It was not easy for Divyanshu Nigam to handle himself after losing his father, but he kept restraint and focused on preparing for the interview while making himself strong in the face of adversity. If Divyanshu’s father SK Nigam had been in this world today, he would have been proud of his son’s achievement.
- Divyanshu got success in the third attempt
According to the report of DNA, Divyanshu Nigam, who did chemical engineering from BITS Pilani (Goa), got success in the third attempt and became an IAS officer by securing 44th rank in All India. Even before this, he had given UPSC exam twice and cleared the prelims, but could not move ahead.