IAS Pradeep Singh: Pradeep’s father had faith in his son and even sold his house to pay for Pradeep to go to college in Delhi. It is not easy to pass the UPSC Civil Services Examination, which he proved by completing.
IAS Officer Pradeep Singh: Pradeep Singh, a resident of Gopalganj, Bihar, became an IAS officer in the year 2020 at the age of just 23 after passing the UPSC exam. However, he gave many attempts in the UPSC exam to achieve this position. Everything was not easy for Pradeep Singh because the financial condition of his family was not good. For Pradeep’s education, his father had to sell his ancestral house. IAS Pradeep Singh’s father had also sold the land of his grandfather-great-grandfather in his village to meet his studies, commuting to Delhi and other minor expenses.
- father sold land for son’s education
Pradeep, an IAS officer, worked hard in his studies and applied for the 2018 UPSC Civil Services Exam to support his family. Pradeep was selected to become an IRS officer on the basis of merit list after clearing the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2018 in his first attempt. His goal of becoming an IAS officer was still unfulfilled, so he appeared for the UPSC Civil Services exam again in 2019 and cleared it. Earned All India Rank 26 and became an IAS officer at the young age of 23.
- Started preparing for UPSC only after graduation
Pradeep Singh studied in the school of Indore and after that obtained the degree of B. Com (Hons). He comes from a middle class family. In his family, his mother is a housewife and his father works at a gas station. Pradeep’s elder brother works in a private company. Immediately after graduation, Pradeep decided to appear for the UPSC civil exam. Pradeep’s father had faith in his son and even sold his house to pay for Pradeep to go to college in Delhi. It is not easy to pass the UPSC Civil Services Examination, which he proved by completing.