Despite being a BPSC topper, Sudhir could not become a DSP, the dream remained incomplete, know why?

The final result of the 66th Combined Examination was released by the Bihar Public Service Commission in the month of August. This exam was conducted for recruitment to a total of 689 posts. BPSC After the release of the final result, 685 candidates were selected. Sudhir Kumar of Vaishali topped this examination. But even after being a topper, Sudhir could not get the post of DSP. Sudhir has been selected for the post of State Tax Officer. He could not get the post of DSP, there is a big reason behind this.

Let us inform that 1838 candidates were called for the interview in BPSC 66th examination. Out of these 685 candidates were selected. Sudhir Kumar got the first position in the entire state. Sudhir, who was a civil engineer from IIT Kanpur, has become the topper in the BPSC exam for the first time. Despite being a topper, he could not get the post of DSP in the state.

Why BPSC Topper did not get DSP post

Sudhir Kumar, who topped the BPSC 66th examination, will have to work as a State Tax Officer in the state despite being a topper. Actually, Sudhir does not come under PET ie Physical Efficiency Test for the post of DSP. As per the physical qualification for the post of DSP, the chest width should be at least 84 cms. Sudhir was not fit in physical fitness. This is the reason why he did not get the post of DSP.

After the release of the result, topper Sudhir told the media that he wanted to become a DSP. His journey to become a topper has been full of ups and downs. Coming from a middle class family, Sudhir will now work as a State Tax Officer.

Sudhir Kumar is an IITian

Sudhir, who topped the BPSC 66th examination, has been a student of IIT Kanpur. After engineering, went to Delhi to prepare for UPSC Civil Service. In the lockdown, he did the work of teaching children. He used to teach 11th and 12th class students. Along with this, he also used to prepare for IIT JEE.

Sudhir is a resident of Mahua in Vaishali. His father works in the post office. His mother is an ANM in Rajapakad. Sudhir passed the 10th and 12th examination from Bihar Board. After this, after qualifying JEE, he got admission in IIT Kanpur. Sudhir says that only general knowledge books are not going to work to crack exams like BPSC. For this one should prepare from NCERT books. career news View here.

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