Ishwar Gurjar (UPSC Topper) Biography, UPSC Marksheet, Age, Rank, Optional Subject, Notes

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Your future cannot be decided by a piece of paper (mark sheet). Ishwar Gurjar is an example of this. He failed in 10th. Was a back bencher. Then did such a low back that the Civil Services 2022 examination of the Union Public Service Commission was cracked. Even thrice failure could not break the spirit of God.

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Ishwar Gurjar UPSC Marksheet (Prelims)

Ishwar Gurjar UPSC Marksheet (Prelims)
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Ishwar Gurjar Biography

Ishwar Gurjar Biography
NameIshwar Gurjar
All India Rank644th Rank
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The success story of Ishwar Gurjar, who passed the Civil Services Examination of UPSC, which produces officers like IAS, IPS and IFS, is special in many ways. He is a resident of Bhambra Ka Badia in Bhilwara district of Rajasthan. Ishwar Gurjar, who secured 644th rank in UPSC, told the media that his father Suvalal Gurjar is a farmer. Mother Sukhi Devi is a housewife. The father taught his son Ishwar by farming.

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Son Ishwar used to be a school bencher. In the year 2011, Ishwar had failed in the tenth standard. Made up my mind to leave studies. Then the father explained that one should never be disappointed by failure in life. Took the 10th re-examination. Then secured 54 percent marks in 12th.
Ishwar Gurjar holds a BA degree from Maharishi Dayanand University, Ajmer. In the year 2019, he became the third great teacher and joined the Government Primary School of nearby village Rupra. Along with teaching children, he also started preparing for UPSC.

In the year 2022, Ishwar Gurjar has passed in the fourth attempt. Earlier in the year 2019, he could not even clear the UPSC pre. Reached the interview in the year 2020. Failed in the year 2021 also. Despite failing three times, did not lose courage. Now got 644th rank. Will try with luck to improve the rank.

Failed in tenth. Made up my mind to leave studies. Thought of giving exam from Open University. But on father’s persuasion, took admission again in 10th and gave the exam and passed with 54%. Anything is possible when you set your mind to achieve your goal. Ishwar Lal Gurjar, who secured UPSC All India 644 rank, shared his experiences while motivating the students in the Spring Board Academy seminar. He told the students that the journey from 10th failure to passing the UPSC exam was full of struggle, never gave up and today the result is in front of you.

To motivate the students preparing for RAS and UPSC, Spring Board Academy organized a seminar on Sunday at Riddhi Siddhi Branch, Jaipur. Academy’s director Dilip Mahecha told that students should not be afraid of challenges, for this reason this seminar has been organized today. In which Ishwar Lal Gurjar, Pooja Meena (RAS 2018) 78th rank and Pooja Yadav (RAS 2018) 84th rank motivated the students.

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The director of the institute said that the RS recruitment exam conducted by RPSC is round the corner, therefore new sessions are being started for the upcoming exam. A seminar regarding the new session was organized at Spring Board Academy for the students preparing for RPSC and UPSC. Ishwar Lal Gurjar, who got UPSC 644th rank, has been a student of Springboard Academy only. He has also got an interview call for RAS. Along with this, the result of sub-inspector has come, in that also he was selected. They did not give him an interview because before that the result of IAS had come.

The director told that an integrated batch of RAS and IAS is being started in the seminar that has been organized. This will be for 3 years, this batch is being started for the students who have just passed twelfth. RAS vacancy is going to come from RPSC, in view of this, different batches are being started.

This batch has been done for both Hindi and English medium students. Because the Hindi of the children of English medium is very weak. Being a combined class, they listen to Hindi every day, understand Hindi, so they become comfortable in Hindi. Hindi paper of 120 number comes in RAS exam, it helps in that. In Hindi medium students, there is a phobia about English. When those students listen to English daily inside the class, they get an environment in which the phobia of English reduces a bit and they feel comfortable in English.

In the seminar, the director of the institute Dilip Mahecha explained the nuances of the exam to the students. Ishwar Lal Gurjar, selected in UPSC in the seminar, Pooja Meena and Pooja Yadav, selected in RS 2018 batch, also motivated the students.

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