IAS showed its 10th marksheet, despite the third division the officers became officers, people said – U r Great Inspiration!

IAS Avnish Sharan shares 10th marksheet

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With the aim of motivating the students, IAS Avnish Sharan has shared his 10th marksheet on Twitter, which his followers were also stunned to see. Actually, Avneesh Sharan is a matriculation pass from the third division. Despite this, today he is a big officer.

When bad marks or divisions come in board exams, children often get frustrated. He starts worrying that now all the doors of his career will be closed. Many students are saddened by this and even take wrong steps. But they don’t need to panic at all. Because there are many such examples, when the students who performed poorly in class 10th-12th have also become big officers in the future. IAS Awanish Sharan of 2009 batch of Chhattisgarh cadre is a living example of this. With the aim of motivating the students, he has shared his tenth marksheet (10th marksheet) on social media, seeing which his followers were stunned at first, then said – you are ours. Inspiration (Inspiration). Actually, Avneesh Sharan is a matriculation pass from the third division. Despite this, today he is an IAS.

IAS officer Avneesh Sharan has shared his class 10th marksheet on Twitter, according to which he passed the Bihar School Examination Board examination in 1996. He got only 314 marks out of 700. That is, only 44.5% marks. He was just pass in maths. He has got only 31 marks. Even though Avneesh Sharan’s numbers may have come down, but he passed the UPSC exam and told that ability cannot be measured by looking at numbers.

Check out the IAS marksheet here

Now describing this marksheet as inspirational, Twitter users are fiercely giving their feedback on the post. People have called it inspirational.

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The life of IAS Avneesh Sharan has been full of struggles. He had told in an interview that there was no electricity facility in his house and how he used to study under the light of lantern. He is a resident of Kevata village in Samastipur district of Bihar. Both father and grandfather were teachers. A motto of IAS Sharan is, ‘We get one life, we should keep doing good deeds as much as possible’.

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