Daijiworld Media Network – Madhya Pradesh (MS)
Madhya Pradesh, Nov 4: Born in a financially poor family, the head of which was a tailor by profession and struggled to maintain it, Nirish Rajput was determined to become an IAS officer and cracked the examination.
After showing excellent performance in his undergraduate and graduate academics, one of Nirish’s friend offered him the position of faculty in his institute which coached aspirants for the UPSC examinations and promised that he will provide him with study materials for his IAS studies. Two years went by after Nirish wholeheartedly worked for his friend, but he betrayed him and dismissed him from the faculty position.
The dismissal from faculty position of IAS coaching institute left Nirish wounded and for two years he did not make any further progress in nurturing his dream of becoming an IAS officer. However, after two years, he decide to go to Delhi to prepare for the UPSC examination and one of his friends gave him study material.
Nirish did odd jobs in order to survive in Delhi but continued studying hard for the UPSC exam. He did not take any coaching but studied on his own.
In spite of dedicating nearly 18 hours a day, Nirish failed in three attempts to clear the UPSC. However, his faith and determination to succeed kept him going and he cleared the examination in his fourth attempt and secured 370th rank.