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Daughter Cracks UPSC Exam of Kerala Construction Labourer

Daughter Cracks UPSC Exam of Kerala

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A national competitive examination in India is carried out for recruitment in higher public services of the government of India by the Union Public Service Commission, including the Indian Management Service, the Indian Extranjero Service, and the Indian Police Service.

The Civil Service Exam is administered by the Union Public Service Commission. The preliminary exam of UPSC is on 10th October 2021 and the main exam is on 7, 8, 9, 15, and 16 January 2022. The approximate qualifying rate is 0.1%. This examination has been in place for 99 years and is considered the most difficult one. The minimum requirement is that the candidate must be a graduate and Indian citizen. 

The daughter of a construction worker from Thiruvananthapuram, Aswathy S, cleared the Civil Services Review-2020 by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

Construction Labourer

Ms. Aswathy stated, during her speech to ANI on Saturday, “This was my fourth attempt at an examination of the civil service. I wasn’t able to clear the preliminary examinations three times last and I was a bit nervous. Now I’m glad. I focused on writing praxis and maximum improvisation of information to bridge this exam so that my contents may be presented in papers well.”

His father, Mr. Premkumar, said, “I’m so glad. She cleared the civil service examination in challenging circumstances. I’m proud of her. I’m proud of her. In her academics, she was excellent.”

The outcome of the 2020 Civil Service Review, which recommended 761 nominees, was declared by UPSC earlier on Friday.

In his third attempt, Anil Bosak, a 2018 IIT Delhi graduate, cleared the exam. He’s from the Bihar district of Kishanganj.

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