Bhumi Srivastava (UPSC TOPPER) Biography, UPSC Marksheet, Age, Rank, Optional Subject, Notes

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Bhumi Srivastava, who brought laurels to Madhya Pradesh in the country’s most prestigious service union Public Service Commission, has passed this difficult test in the second attempt. He has got 304th rank. Most importantly, he chose the rare subject Zoology and got selected.

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Bhumi Srivastava UPSC Marksheet (Prelims)

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Bhumi Srivastava Biography

Bhumi Srivastava Biography
NameBhumi Srivastava
All India Rank304th Rank
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Hometown/CityMadhya Pradesh

Bhumi Srivastava, daughter of MP’s senior journalist Shivkumar Vivek, has been selected in UPSC exam 2022. He did his schooling from Central School Bhopal and passed 12th standard and did Master of Science (MSc) from Banaras Hindu University.

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She also chose Zoology as a subject in UPSC, while this subject is considered very difficult and rare, despite this, Bhumi Srivastava worked tirelessly on this subject and passed the Union Public Service Examination in the second attempt. Earlier, he had also cleared the net. He was awarded Junior Research Fellowship (JRF).

Bhumi Srivastava Biography

Achieved success without coaching, gave mock interview

Bhumi Srivastava’s father Shivkuar Vivek told that Bhumi has prepared for UPSC on her own. He didn’t do it without any coaching. Notes were called only for preparation. He had prepared for the interview by giving mock interviews. He had prepared from various newspapers, magazines, library books. He has filled IFS and Revenue Service as an alternative to IAS.

social media is destroying focus

Bhumi Srivastava, who secured 304th rank in the country in UPSC, believes that social media is spoiling the focus at present. Whereas for the exam, candidates should prepare through books, library, various types of journals and magazines. This keeps the focus clear.

Bhumi Srivastava rank 304

Bhopal. Candidates of MP have also done wonders in UPSC exam. As soon as the result came, the faces of the successful candidates of the state blossomed. Candidates of capital city Bhopal talked about their preparation methods and interview experiences.

Successful candidates told that if you do not get success in the first or second attempt, do not get disappointed, identify the shortcomings, rectify them. Get involved in the preparation by reconnecting the broken confidence. There are such UPSC toppers in the state who have passed this biggest exam of the country without stepping into coaching.

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Bhumi Srivastava’s All India Ranking 304

Bhumi Srivastava’s All India ranking is 304. Bhumi told that the best part of UPSC preparation till the result was the interview. My interview was taken by the chairman of UPSC. Had a good discussion with him for about 30 minutes. We discussed many issues related to environment, education and country.

This was Bhumi Srivastava’s second attempt. The special thing is that he never did any coaching. Self studied for two years. Studied from standard books and gave online mock tests. She says that the world of internet has made everything easy. In whatever topic there was a problem, I used to understand it online on YouTube. Used to prepare by writing the essay. Separately prepared for the interview. My father Shiv Kumar Vivek (Journalist) and mother Anjana Srivastava have been my biggest support in this journey.

I think before preparing for UPSC everyone should think why they want to do it because it is the toughest exam. In this you cannot read by tying yourself in hours. Your basic concept should be clear. If the goal is clear then you can easily cross it.