Tamali Saha clears UPSC in first attempt at 23, becomes IFS officer

Daijiworld Media Network – Kolkata (MS)

Kolkata, Feb 15: Tamali Saha's journey from the North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal to becoming a successful IFS officer is truly inspiring. Despite her young age of 23, her unwavering dedication, the right approach, and perseverance enabled her to clear the tough UPSC examination in her very first attempt.

Having completed her schooling in her hometown and obtaining an undergraduate degree in zoology from Kolkata University, Tamali's passion for serving her country as an IFS officer was evident early on in her college years. Her focused determination led her to set her sights on this goal, and she pursued it with utmost dedication.

Tamali's achievement in clearing the UPSC examination in 2020 on her first attempt not only fulfilled her personal dream but also serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration for numerous UPSC aspirants across the country. Her success underscores the importance of having a clear goal and unwavering dedication in achieving one's aspirations.

Currently serving in her native state of West Bengal, Tamali Saha's story exemplifies how challenges can be overcome with perseverance and a resolute mindset. Her journey serves as a testament to the fact that with relentless determination and the right approach, any goal can be attained, regardless of the obstacles encountered along the way.





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