UPSC Result 2021: Shadaf of Amroha Left US Job for UPSC

UPSC Result 2021: Shadaf Chaudhary, daughter of Amroha district of Uttar Pradesh, wrote another success story by finishing 23rd in UPSC Civil Services Examination 2020 (UPSC CSE Result 2020). Originally from Zoya, Sadaf joined a US bank in 2016 after doing chemical engineering. After this, she left the job in 2018 and started preparing for the civil service. After two years of hard work, he reached this position without any coaching.

Born in Joya, a small town in the district along the National Highway, Sadaf completed her Intermediate studies from LSA Amroha. She was the district leader in the 2010 CBSE Board High School Examination with 10 CGPA. Passed CBSE Board Intermediate Exam in 2012 with 91 percentage points. Then passed JEE Mains exam. Got admission in NIT Jalandhar. Here he completed his studies in Chemical Engineering. Joined an American bank in the year 2016 and continued her professional life in Delhi till 2018. Resigned from the job in 2018. Without any coaching, she started preparing to become an IAS on her own. After two years of hard work, the results of the IAS exam that came Friday brought him great happiness. He reached 23rd place on the merit list. When the information came, the happiness of Sadaf himself and his family and acquaintances knew no bounds. At this point, six months ago, Sadaf’s family has moved from Zoya to Roorkee in Uttarakhand. His father Mohammad Israr is a bank manager and mother Shahbaz Bano is a housewife.

Guidance from parents and encouragement from younger sister brought success: Sadaf
In a telephone conversation with Bihar Engineering, Sadaf said that from childhood it was his dream to become an IAS officer. The goal was difficult but not impossible. Initially, a backup was sought. This was the reason he completed his B.Tech first and then spent some time in professional life with a job. When it felt that now the steps have been taken here and that the destiny of childhood is not far away, then left the job. Started preparing for IAS with full dedication. Together with the parents, the younger sister Saima Chaudhary encouraged courage and encouragement every step of the way. The result expected Friday has emerged.

The aim is to raise the country’s standing on the world stage.
This was Sadaf’s second attempt at the IAS exam, but she only made it to the interview for the first time. His major on the exam was Political Science. He had decided from childhood to become an IAS on a self-study basis without any coaching. Sadaf is now determined to represent India as a Rajput abroad through the Indian Foreign Service and to give the country a new identity on the world stage.

Priyanshi Mayuri
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