IITian is BPSC topper Sudhir Kumar, wanted to become DSP, became assistant commissioner, gave 4 success tips

Sudhir Kumar, who topped the BPSC 66th examination, studied at IIT Kanpur. Sudhir says that success never comes by shortcut.

BPSC 66th exam topper Sudhir Kumar.

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Bihar Public Service Commission has released the final result of 66th examination. Sudhir Kumar of Vaishali has topped this examination. Sudhir has been selected for the post of State Tax Assistant Commissioner after topping this examination. Talking to the media, Sudhir told that he wanted to become a DSP. He has studied civil engineering from IIT Kanpur. Their BPSC The journey to become a topper has been full of ups and downs. Sudhir has given 4 important tips regarding the preparation of the exam.

Sudhir Kumar is a resident of Mahua in Vaishali. His father works in the post office and mother is an ANM in Rajapakad. Sudhir passed 10th from private school in Mahua. After this he passed the Inter examination from Bihar Board. After this he also qualified JEE and enrolled in IIT Kanpur.

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Sudhir, who topped the BPSC exam, is preparing for UPSC Civil Services. He tells that, after completing his civil engineering studies from IIT Kanpur in the year 2019, he started teaching the children of the village. During this, he started preparing for 11th, 12th and IIT JEE.

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Civil service preparation after lockdown

After doing engineering, Sudhir’s life was spent in teaching children for 2 years. After the lockdown due to Corona virus, he decided to prepare for UPSC Civil Services. For this he went to Delhi. During this he applied for BPSC 66th Exam and appeared in the exam. Sudhir has got success in his very first attempt.

Sudhir gives tips to crack BPSC

  • BPSC topper Sudhir Kumar says that success never comes by shortcut. For this, it is necessary to work continuously.
  • To crack an exam like BPSC, don’t rely only on general knowledge books, because that much information is not enough for the written exam.
  • Sudhir believes that social media should be used only for getting information and not for time pass.
  • One should prepare for government exam from NCERT books. This helps a lot.