UPSC exam preparation started after engineering, failed 3 times in a row, IAS became like this after failure
IAS Officer Meera K Success Story: Meera K (IAS Officer Meera K had decided not to do a job after engineering for UPSC preparation, but even after three consecutive failures, she did not give up and became an IAS officer in the fourth attempt. Dream fulfilled.
- Didn’t get job after engineering for UPSC
- Meera did not give up hope even after 3 failures
- IAS officer became successful in the fourth time
New Delhi: One has to struggle day and night to clear the Union Public Service Commission Examination (CSE Exam) and out of lakhs of students appearing in the examination, only a few candidates get success. . However, despite failing, there are many such students, who do not give up hope and stop only after fulfilling the dream of civil services. Some such story is of IAS officer Meera K, who got success after many years of struggle.
- no job after engineering
Meera K, who hails from Kerala, did her BTech from Government Engineering College, Thrissur after 12th. After doing engineering, he decided not to do the job and started preparing for the UPSC exam.
- Didn’t give up hope even after 3 failures
Meera K struggled for many years to clear the UPSC exam and did not give up even after failing 3 times. When Meera took the UPSC exam for the first time, she could not even clear the pre-exam. After this he decided to give the exam again and continued his preparation. However, she could not clear the pre-exam even for the second and third time.
- Meera became an IAS officer in the fourth attempt
Despite failing three times in a row, Meera K was not disappointed and decided to take the exam for the fourth time keeping herself positive. Meera worked hard for her fourth attempt and this time she got success. He secured the sixth rank in All India in the Civil Services Examination 2020 (CSE 2020) and fulfilled his dream of becoming an IAS officer.
- How to get success in UPSC exam
As reported by DNA, Meera K told that failures made her more determined to prepare hard for UPSC exam. A good plan coupled with hard work, diligence and a positive attitude always helps. Sometimes entertainment does no harm in the midst of preparations.
- Tips for UPSC exam preparation
According to Meera, students preparing for UPSC exam should first focus on preparing for the preliminary exam. It is necessary to pay constant attention to current affairs, read newspapers and strengthen the base with the help of NCERT books. Making and revising notes will give success. There should be better planning for this. He said, ‘Failures will definitely happen, but if one learns from those failures and moves forward, then he can be successful.’