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Things students can learn from IAS 2023 toppers

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UPSC declared the results of Civil Services 2023 exam recently

More than 1,000 candidates have been recommended for appointment into IAS, IPS and other services. Aditya Srivastava has topped the exam. Here are a few things about discipline, consistency and hardwork students can learn:

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Keep working hard and be an all rounder

From the corporate world to clearing one of the most difficult exams of the country, Aditya Srivastava, this year’s UPSC topper has set new goals for the aspirants. He believes in hardwork and being an all-rounder, instead of just engaging in books and studies.

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Patience and perseverance can help you overcome every hurdle

24 year old Animesh lost his mother during UPSC interview. He wanted to clear the exam as soon as possible so that he could make his mom proud, he told the media. Animesh’s story of patience and perseverance is a big inspiration for all.

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Discipline plays a key role, do not overdo and exhaust yourself

Delhi’a Ayan Jain is an IIT alumnus. For UPSC exams, he completely on his studies for nine to ten hours a day. He was also careful about not getting exhausted mentally and physically during preparation.

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Keep your dreams bigger and preparation consistent

24 year old Wardah Khan left her corporate job and began studying for UPSC exam. The Noida resident has opted for Indian Foreign Service and wishes to make her country proud at global stage.

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Difficulties can’t stop you from achieving your dream

Son of a beedi maker, Nandala Sai Kiran’s story is of determination and grit. He lost his father to cancer 8 years back and the family had to struggle to make ends meet. However, that did not stop him from preparing for UPSC.

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Mental strength is a bigger power, use it

It was the fourth attempt for Madhya Pradesh’s Divya Yadav who cleared the UPSC exam with 498 rank. For Divya, the learning lesson was not to give up in any way if your dream is something as ambitious as clearing UPSC.

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Remain focused and nothing can deter you from fulfilling your ambition

For Shantappa Kurubara, clearing UPSC exam in native language, Kannada, is a big achievement. The former PSI, remained focused on achieving his ambition and cleared the exam this year.

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Channelise your discontent and use it for something fruitful

Andhra Pradesh’s Uday Krishna Reddy has a different tale to inspire. A remark from a senior fueled his UPSC preparation. Uday was working as a constable in August 2018 and resigned from the job for UPSC.

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