Success Story: Studying by borrowing books, this is how the son of a security guard became an IRS officer

UPSC Success Story: Clearing UPSC exam is very difficult. But clearing it in the first attempt becomes even more difficult. However, Kuldeep Dwivedi cleared the exam in the very first attempt.

Kuldeep Dwivedi

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UPSC: Whenever there is talk of the most difficult exam in India, it definitely talks about the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam. UPSC Exam It is undoubtedly one of the toughest exams. UPSC exam is given by thousands of candidates every year in the hope of becoming a civil officer. However, out of thousands of students who register every year to clear the UPSC exam, only a few make it through and become an officer. This shows how tough this exam is.

However, there are some people who overcome these difficulties and fulfill their dreams by passing this exam. One such person is Kuldeep Dwivedi. In fact, not only cracked the Civil Services Examination (CSE) conducted by UPSC in 2015, but also secured All India Rank 242. Kuldeep Dwivedi, who grew up amidst poor economic conditions since childhood, never let any problem come in the way of his success. He cleared the UPSC exam and became an IRS officer.

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Father used to work as a security guard

IRS Kuldeep Dwivedi is a resident of Shekhpur, a small village in Uttar Pradesh. His father Suryakant Dwivedi worked as a security guard at Lucknow University. His father was the only earner in the family. There was a time when his salary was only 1100 rupees. Kuldeep’s father worked very hard to feed the family. He also started working in the fields during the day to teach the children.

How to prepare for the exam?

Among 4 siblings, Kuldeep was the smartest in studies. He graduated from Allahabad University in the year 2009. After completing his post graduation in 2011, he started preparing for the exam. Kuldeep started preparing for UPSC exam by staying in Prayagraj. At that time he did not have a mobile phone. He used to talk to his family members through PCO.

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Kuldeep Dwivedi gave the UPSC exam in the year 2015. He succeeded in his first attempt with 242nd rank. His training started in August 2016 in Nagpur. Kuldeep did not take any coaching for UPSC exam. He used to do self-study by borrowing books from other examinees.