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To become an IAS, I had given up the opportunity to become an IPS, know the story of Nidhi Bansal’s struggle

After completing engineering, Nidhi started working as a software engineer in MNC Bangalore in the year. However, she was not satisfied with her job.

Cracking UPSC, one of the toughest exams in the world, is the dream of every youth in today’s time. But it takes determination and passion to fulfill this dream. People unite day and night to pass this exam and when their dream of becoming an IPS is fulfilled, then there is no way for their happiness. But today we are going to tell you about a girl who left the chance to become IPS twice to become IAS, her name is Nidhi Bansal.

Biography of Nidhi Bansal: Nidhi Bansal, a resident of Kailaras town, Morena, Madhya Pradesh, turned her dream into reality. Nidhi Bansal was an engineer before becoming an IAS. He did his B.Tech degree in Computer Science in Engineering from NIT Trichy. Nidhi’s father Girraj Bansal is an iron merchant, and her mother is a housewife. Nidhi did her early studies in Morena.

After completing engineering, Nidhi started working as a software engineer in MNC Bangalore in the year 2013. However, Nidhi was not satisfied with her job. After this, on the suggestion of his friend, he UPSC started preparing for Nidhi left her private job and came to Delhi and after coming here she started preparing. Nidhi was not successful in the first attempt.

In the year 2016, Nidhi took the exam for the second time and this time she secured 219 rank. After that she became IPS in Tripura cadre. Once again in 2017 Nidhi appeared in UPSC exam and got 226 rank, after which she got the post of IPS in Jharkhand cadre.

However, even after trying four times, Nidhi could not get the rank of her choice and neither could she get the position that she had dreamed of. In the year 2019, Nidhi took the UPSC exam for the fifth time, and this time she got 23rd rank and became an IAS. In this way a simple girl from Morena fulfilled her dream of becoming an IAS.


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