In this result recently announced by UPSC, a total of 759 candidates have been selected by UPSC to serve IAS, IPS, IRS and other Group A and B.

Life is full of challenges and struggles, overcoming them makes you more experienced and capable to achieve your goals even if it’s impossible. Dedication in spite of challenges, Hard Work, Focus and Perseverance are the elements that add to the success story of Pradeep Singh.

Pradeep has secured All India Rank 26 in his second attempt in  UPSC Civil Services Examinations although having secured 93rd Rank in UPSC 2019 Civil Services Examinations. His true dedication and commitment to achieve better is truly reflected.

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Pradeep Singh, who hails from Madhya Pradesh, has got 26th  rank across India in the results announced by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on 4th August 2020.

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Pradeep is just 23 years and through his tireless efforts, he has achieved success at a very young age. This is not much, even he has secured AIR 93 in UPSC Civil Services Examinations 2019.

Truly said, If there is a strong will in mind and determination to complete it, then every difficulty becomes easy. He has done hard work as the conditions and circumstances were not good in which he grew up.

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Pradeep’s father works at a petrol pump and it’s very hard to meet all the expenditures of his family including Pradeep’s education.

But having faith and determination on his son ,his father Manoj Singh and other family members made many sacrifices for Pradeep’s preparation for UPSC.

Pradeep wanted to come to Delhi for the preparation of UPSC, but there was not much money at home to pay the expensive coaching fees of Delhi. Despite this, his father did not give up and sold his house to study and his result showed that his family members’ efforts did not go in vain

He told that, he had been preparing for UPSC since 2017 by staying in Delhi. While Pradeep was giving UPSC exams, his mother was ill. His father didn’t wanted to affect his studies by telling the problems so he did not tell his son about his mother’s health.

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Such was the understanding and coordination among his family members for the spectacular success of his son

On his success, Pradeep wishes that he will work further in the field of education ,health and for the betterment of public services in nation. We congratulate Pradeep for his success and wish him all the best for his future.

By Nikita Mahoviya

A B.Tech sophomore, pursuing Dual Degree in ECE at NIT Hamirpur. An empathetic person which helped me to evolve as a writer.

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