Those who have done BTech in PCS 2020 merit have won the award. Four out of the top five candidates have done B.Tech. Topher Sanchita in Chemical Engineering from Punjab University, Mohit Rawat from third place in Computer Science from IIT Mandi, Shishir Kumar Singh from fourth place from Indian School of Mines Dhanbad and Udit Pawar from Meerut, who got fifth from IIT Guwahati. Has done B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from. Shivakshi, who finished second in the Top Five, is the only candidate not from an engineering background. Here is a conversation with the toppers:
Chemical engineer Sanchita topped
Prayagraj Sanchita of Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar of Punjab has topped PCS 2020 recruitment of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission. Sanchita started preparing for civil service from 2016 after doing B.Tech Chemical Engineering from Punjab University in 2013. He got success in the second attempt at UPPSC. Last year could not progress beyond the preliminary examination. Sanchita, who prepares from coaching conducted at Jamia Millia Islamia University, believes that civil preparation is a long way, so there is no alternative to hard work. To keep yourself motivated, you should keep looking at your goals. We have to serve the people by going to the civil service, it is necessary to keep this in mind at all times. Sanchita’s father Chandra Shekhar Sharma owns a pharmacy and mother Jyoti is a spokesperson for home science. Elder sister Nivedita is studying dentist and younger brother Nirmal Sharma Law.
Shivakshi got second rank in first attempt
Prayagraj Shivakshi Dixit of Lucknow got the second rank in UPPSC in the first attempt. Shivakshi, who did B.Com from Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce, completed her schooling from Lucknow. IAS 2020 interview of Union Public Service Commission has also been called. They believe that you have faith in yourself, the more you read, the better you understand. Running behind too much study material will do nothing. Her father Krishnakanth Dixit is a bank manager and mother Veena Dixit is a teacher.
Mohit of Haryana got success in second try
Prayagraj Mohit Rawat of Palwal Haryana has got success in PCS recruitment of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission in the second attempt. Mohit did his BTech in Computer Science from IIT Mandi from 2011 to 2015 after getting his schooling from Faridabad. After that, after two years of private job, he started preparing for civil service from July 2017. The Union Public Service Commission has been examined three times and this time a call has been given for the 2020 interview. This was his second attempt at UPPSC. In the first attempt, he was dropped out in the preliminary examination in 2019. He believes that failure is the ladder to success. You work very seriously, you will get more success than you expected. His father Jawahar Singh Rawat is a retired superintendent from the Public Health Department of the Haryana government and mother Indira Rawat is a homemaker. Two elder sisters are married.
Shishir got fourth place in first attempt
Prayagraj Shishir Kumar Singh, who finished fourth in PCS 2020, did his BTech in 2016 from IIT-Indian School of Mines Dhanbad. After serving for some time in Bangalore, he started preparing for civil from 2018. This was the first attempt of Shishir, a resident of Ballia, in UPPSC. Earlier, the Civil Services Examination of the Union Public Service Commission has been given twice. Last time IAS interview was also given but could not be successful. They believe that the result is more important than how diligently you have prepared. He believes that there was money in private jobs but he had a desire to give back to the society and hence chose civil service. Her father is a throne Singh medical representative, mother Kamlesh Singh housewife and younger sister Rachna Singh is studying.
Udit gets fifth rank in third attempt
Prayagraj Udit Panwar, who did his BTech in mechanical engineering in 2016 from IIT Guwahati, got success in PCS 2020 in his third attempt. Udit, a resident of Roorkee Road, Meerut, worked in Bangalore for a year after doing B.Tech and after that started preparing for civil. This was his third attempt at UPPSC. Earlier, he appeared in the interview for the Union Public Service Commission IAS Exam 2019. For them, the key to success is learn from your mistakes and improve yourself. Never give up on mistakes. Udit’s father Upendra Kumar is in a private job and mother Anita is a homemaker. Younger sister is studying
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