Triple triumph: Mother, daughters from Rajasthan shine in UPSC, serving as IAS officers

Daijiworld Media Network – Rajasthan (MS)

Rajasthan, Feb 21: Tina Dabi, the District Collector and Magistrate of Jaisalmer, stands as a prominent IAS officer in India, and her sister Ria Dabi has also earned the distinction of being an IAS officer. Their mother, Himani Kamble, played a pivotal role in shaping the successful careers of both her daughters.

Ria Dabi, who secured the 15th All India Rank (AIR), currently serves as the assistant collector of Alwar in Rajasthan. Interestingly, in the same year, her husband Manish Kumar also cleared the IAS. The couple, married in 2023, both transferred to Rajasthan, now reside together.

Himali Dabi, the mother of Tina and Ria, is herself a former IAS officer who retired after serving in the Indian Engineering Services. Himali took voluntary retirement to support her daughters in their UPSC journey.

According to Himani, preparing for UPSC is a challenging endeavor. Tina Dabi attributes her success to her mother, stating that it was her guidance that helped her secure the 15th AIR.

Himali Dabi, a former topper at Maulana Azad Institute of Technology, Bhopal, emerged as an IAS officer, showcasing the family's dedication to public service.




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