Haryana woman defies odds: Clears UPSC in 3rd attempt while nurturing 2-yr-old son

Daijiworld Media Network – Haryana (MS)

Haryana, Jan 27: In an inspiring achievement, Pushpalatha Yadav, a resident of Khusbura village in Haryana, successfully cracked the UPSC exam in her third attempt, all while balancing the responsibilities of being a mother to her two-year-old son.

Born and raised in the small village of Khusbura, Pushpalatha completed her primary education locally before pursuing her graduation in science. She went on to achieve her master's degree and MBA, securing a job as an assistant manager at the State Bank of Hyderabad.

After marriage, Pushpalatha moved to Manesar with her husband. Despite her earlier two attempts at UPSC before marriage ending in failure, she decided to make a third attempt while caring for her two-year-old son. With the unwavering support of her in-laws and her own family, Pushpalatha not only pursued her dream but also achieved an impressive rank of AIR 80 in the UPSC.

The journey to success was not without sacrifices, and Pushpalatha's husband played a crucial role in her achievement. He took on the responsibility of caring for their son while Pushpalatha dedicated herself to early morning study sessions, starting at 4 am. Afterward, she managed to take her son to school, attend to his needs upon his return, and continue studying overnight.

Her determination and hard work finally paid off in her third attempt in 2017, breaking the barriers and proving that with resilience, one can overcome challenges to achieve success.




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