Vishal Saraswat of Mathura has topped the state’s most prestigious examination at the age of just 25 years. Her father Shiva worships in the Prakash temple and mother Rajeshwari is a homemaker. The elder brother is working in the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). The financially weak Vishal had applied to the EWS category. His alternate subject was economics. Vishal, who was preparing for his stay in Mathura, had last given an interview of PCS 2018 but did not get success. Vishal, who completed 10th in 2011 and 12th in 2013 from the CBSE board, graduated from Agra University in 2016 and an MA from Economics in 2018. After that started preparing. They were not expected to top the exam, they had expected only selection. He says that regular studies are very important. Studied for 3–4 hours regularly and there was considerable support from friends and family.
Yugantar prepares to resign from his job, gets success
Naini’s Yugantar Tripathi is ranked second in PCS 2019. Yugantar’s father Ravi Prakash Tripathi, the youngest of three brothers, retired as manager in Chivki railway station in 2017. Elder brother Anshuman is a software engineer in Bangalore. The second-ranked Devabrata is a scientist at the Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC) in Mumbai. Mother Madhu Tripathi is a homemaker. Yugantar said that he did his high school from Madhav Gyan Kendra Inter College in Naini in 2004 and Inter from Sri Ranjit Pandit Inter College in 2006. Then in 2011, he did his B. Tech in Electrical Branch from United Group of Institutions. After this, in 2015, he was appointed as Junior Engineer in Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam. A year later, in 2016, he resigned from the job and started preparing for competitive examinations. He also achieved success in the third attempt after failing in two consecutive attempts. Lee. He used to study regularly for 10 to 12 hours. By the way, his goal is to achieve the Civil Services Examination of the Union Public Service Commission. For success it is necessary to work honestly and read books well. Staying away from negative things, he achieved success without the help of coaching.
Gynecologist Poonam became the topper of women
In the result of PCS 2019, Poonam Gautam of Lucknow topped the women’s category. After doing MBBS in 2011 from Motilal Nehru Medical College, she did her MD from King George Medical University and then started a private practice at the clinic with her husband Dr Sunil Kumar. But to overcome the mentality of suppressing women from the society and with the inspiration of mother-in-law, she started preparing for PCS. Had taken medical science in optional subject. This was his third attempt. In 2018 a number did not occur in the initial selection. Being in a joint family, the five-year-old daughter was looked after by her mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, which gave them time to study. There was no obstacle in preparation, so he had a rented room behind his own house where he used to study for an average of 6 to 8 hours per day. She used to see patients for two to three hours. His body is in Kanpur countryside.
Bihar’s Kunal Gaurav got fourth rank
Muzaffarpur Bihar’s Kunal Gaurav got fourth position in PCS 2019. After doing BTech in Electrical Engineering from IIT BHU, he got a job in Power Grid in Bihar itself. But the dream of becoming an officer remained in the heart. He took the exam with optional subject Geography. He has twice appeared in the Civil Services Examination of the Union Public Service Commission. Father Tribhuvan Singh retires as a teacher and mother Savita Kumari is a teacher. They believe that preparation should be centered. Keep the concept clear and don’t need to run too far behind the notes.
Priyanka of Kasganj got success in fourth attempt,
fifth in PCS 2019 and second place in women Priyanka Kumari of Kanshi Ram Nagar (Kasganj) has got success. She moved to Delhi in 2012 after completing her BSc from Eta. In 2014 Food Corporation of India was selected and in 2015, it was successful in the Combined Graduate Level Examination of the Staff Selection Commission. Priyanka, who has given the interview for the Union Civil Services Examination three times, has got success in PCS in the fourth attempt. Priyanka believes that even after failing, do not give up hope, make regular preparations with determination and full confidence.