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Apala Mishra, who became an IAS, could not clear even prelims twice, used to study for 7-8 hours a day



Dr. Alpana Mishra had secured 9th rank in UPSC in her third attempt. With this, his dream of becoming an IAS was also fulfilled. Know how Alpana got success-

There is a different craze among the educated youth of the country regarding UPSC. Every year lakhs of candidates take part in this examination, but only a select few get success. UPSC CSE-2020 results have been declared, in which Apala Mishra, a resident of Ghaziabad, adjacent to Delhi, has secured 9th position. With this, Apala has also been successful in fulfilling her childhood dream, as she has got IAS.

Apala’s father Amitabh Mishra is a Colonel in the Army and elder brother Arik is a Major. At the same time, mother Alpana Mishra is a professor in the Faculty of Hindi at Delhi University. Apala did her early studies from Dehradun and after that she moved to Delhi. Apala became a doctor after doing Bachelor of Dental Surgery in 2017, but she was dreaming of becoming an IAS. His parents also wanted him to become a doctor, but when he shared his heart with his parents, he too agreed.

Used to study for 7-8 hours: Apala Mishra had told during an interview that she wanted to spread awareness among women by becoming a doctor, but it was during her final year of dentist that she was inclined towards UPSC. Apala had said, I knew that becoming a civil servant is not easy at all. This was the reason that I had made a routine to study for 7-8 hours and if you also want to clear UPSC then you should study that much.

This was Apala Mishra’s third attempt. Even before this she had given two attempts and in these she could not even clear the prelims. He gave his first attempt to understand the syllabus of this exam. After this I changed my strategy and started preparing again in a completely new way, says Apala. There were times in between when I also faced difficulties.

Apala believes that discipline is also very important to clear this exam. It was even easier for him if his father and brother are in the army. He believes, without discipline, not only UPSC, you cannot overcome any challenge.

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