These are the 5 women who became an inspiration for people by cracking UPSC at the age of 22

UPSC Topper Success Story: UPSC is considered to be one of the toughest examinations in the country as well as in the world. Lakhs of candidates prepare diligently for many years to clear this exam. After years of hard work, only a few candidates are able to crack this exam. Among all these candidates who are in the top rank are selected as IAS officers. Daughters of our country are also not behind among those who clear this exam.

Swati Meena
IAS Swati Meena was born in Rajasthan and completed her early studies from Ajmer. His family business is to operate a petrol pump. Swati had dreamed of becoming a doctor in her childhood, but by the time she reached the 8th class, her dream changed. His father inspired him to become an officer. In the year 2007, Swati gave UPSC exam and got 260 rank. Selected to the Madhya Pradesh cadre, Swati Meena emerged as a fearless and domineering officer. The mining mafia of MP is afraid of these names.

Ananya Singh
Coming from Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, IAS Ananya Singh had her early education here, Swati always topped her class. He had secured the highest marks in the district in 10th (96%) and 12th (98.25%). After finishing school, she came to Delhi. Here he did his graduation in Economics from Lady Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University. After graduation, Ananya Singh prepared for UPSC exam for one year. In the year 2019, he gave the exam and got 51 rank in the very first attempt.
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Smita Sabharwal
Smita Sabharwal, a commerce graduate from St. Francis College for Women, cracked the UPSC Civil Services exam at the age of 22. Smita was born in West Bengal. Most of his education took place in different parts of India, as his father Colonel Pranav Das was posted in different parts of the country. He succeeded in securing 4th rank in UPSC 2000 at All India level. Earlier known as Smita Das, Smita is married to IPS officer Akun Sabharwal. Smita is currently posted as Secretary to the Chief Minister in Telangana. Along with this, Smita has also held additional charge as Secretary, Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Department. Smita is popularly known as “People’s Officer” among the people. She is the first woman IAS officer who has been appointed to the Chief Minister’s Office.

Tina Dabi
Today every youth of the country knows Tina Dabi. His life has been a source of inspiration for all. Before Tina, her parents had cleared the UPSC’s IES (Indian Engineering Service) exam. Tina took admission in BA (Political Science) after completing her schooling, and started preparing for UPSC Civil Services Exam 1 year ago. Tina Dabi is the youngest girl to crack UPSC Civil Services in 2015 with an All India Rank 1. Tina married Athar Aamir Khan, who secured the No. 2 position in the same examination. At that time there was a lot of uproar in the whole country over this marriage. Although it still remains in the discussion in marriage, now the separation of both is being discussed. Tina Dabi is currently the Joint Secretary of the Finance Department of Rajasthan.
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Simi Kiran
Simi Kiran, who hails from Odisha’s Balasore district, cracked the exam in 2019 with an all-India rank of 31st. Simi had earlier passed the BTech exam from IIT Mumbai. After that she was continuously preparing for UPSC. By achieving success in this examination, Simi Kiran has shown that even the youth of small towns are not second to anyone. Simi Kiran, who passed UPSC Civil Services at the age of 22, is the daughter of an officer of Bhilai Steel Plant.


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