This girl left 16 government jobs to become an IPS, passed UPSC in the first attempt

This girl left 16 government jobs to become an IPS, passed UPSC in the first attempt

UPSC Success Story 2024: For those candidates who have a desire to serve the country, it is their dream to become a public servant, especially an IAS, IPS and IFS officer. To achieve these posts, candidates even leave high paying jobs. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about an IPS officer who had rejected 16 government jobs before passing the UPSC exam. Let us know about them.

Trupti Bhatt, a resident of Almora, Uttarakhand, is currently a successful IPS officer. She grew up in a family where most of the members were teachers. She is the eldest among four siblings. He did his schooling from Beersheba School and joined Kendriya Vidyalaya for his 12th standard studies. After completing class 12th, he took a B.Tech degree from Pantnagar University. After graduation, Trupti worked as an Assistant Manager in National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC). When she was in class 9th, she got the opportunity to meet former President of India Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. At that time Trupti Bhatt was given a hand written letter from him. Due to which she was greatly inspired.

Let us tell you, before achieving success in UPSC exam, he had rejected 16 government job offers. Let us tell you, he had also received a job offer from the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

Passed UPSC exam in first attempt

Trupti Bhatt was very smart in studies from the beginning. He worked day and night for the UPSC exam. Let us tell you, in UPSC CSE 2013, she was selected for the post of IPS by securing 165th rank in the first attempt. He was allotted his home cadre for his post. Where he got the post of Superintendent of Police (SP) in Dehradun. After that, he took charge as SP in Chamoli, then State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) commander in Tehri Garhwal. Presently, he is posted as Dehradun SP Intelligence and Security.

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