From engineer to IPS officer: Inspirational story of Anshika Verma

Daijiworld Media Network – Uttar Pradesh (MS)

Uttar Pradesh, Sep 22: Very few people can fulfil their dreams of becoming IAS, IPS or IFS officers as the exam is very tough and requires highest level of dedication and effort. However, Anshika Verma, who was an engineer became a civil servant through her sheer dedication and effort.

Anshika cleared the UPSC exam in her second attempt itself. She hails from Prayagraj in UP. She did not take any coaching. She cleared UPSC in 2020. Anshika did attempt the exam in 2019 just after her graduation but could not get through.

Anshika is basically an engineer. She studied BTech in electronics and communications engineering from Galgotia College of Engineering and Technology at Noida. She also did her primary education at Noida.

Anshika made stellar achievement in her second attempt at the UPSC and secured 136th rank. She was totally engrossed in her feat of clearing the examination without any coaching. She wrote the examination in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh.

Anshika’s father worked for UPEL and is retired now. Her mother is a home maker. Both supported Anshika to realize her dream of becoming a civil servant.

Anshika has a significant presence on social media. She has 244k followers on Instagram. She has countless admirers which shows her popularity among the masses also.

The story of Anshika from an engineer to a civil servant is an inspiration to many young civil servant aspirants. It shows that with dedication and hard work, one can achieve success without any external support.3





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