Tanu Shree’s remarkable journey from CRPF to IPS fuelled by determination

Daijiworld Media Network – Bihar (MS)

Bihar, Feb 2: Tanu Shree's journey from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) to the Income Tax department and ultimately becoming an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer is indeed inspiring. Her story highlights the importance of determination and perseverance in the face of challenges.

Tanu Shree's commitment to her goal is evident in her ability to balance household responsibilities and rigorous UPSC exam preparation after getting married in 2015. This demonstrates not only her personal dedication but also the crucial role played by her family, especially her parents and her sister Manu Shree, who is a CRPF commandant.

Having received her primary education in Motihari, Bihar, and completing higher secondary education at DAV school in Bokaro, Tanu Shree's journey took her to different locations due to her father's postings. Despite these changes, she remained focused on her education. Moving to Delhi to pursue her UPSC studies reflects her determination to excel in the competitive examination.

Tanu Shree's success in the UPSC exams in 2016 and subsequent induction into the IPS cadre in 2017 is a testament to her hard work and the unwavering support she received from her family. Her father's experience as a former DIG likely provided valuable insights and guidance throughout her journey.

In essence, Tanu Shree's story is a compelling example of how determination, family support, and a focused mindset can help overcome challenges and achieve one's aspirations. Her achievement serves as motivation for others aspiring to pursue a career in the civil services or any field that demands dedication and perseverance.





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