This person used to earn more than Rs 2,00,000 every month, left his job for UPSC, became IAS officer

This person used to earn more than Rs 2,00,000 every month, left his job for UPSC, became IAS officer

To prepare for UPSC, one has to work day and night, only then a candidate can clear this examination. Many times a candidate has to take difficult decisions to appear in this examination. One such decision was taken by IAS officer Ayush Goyal, who left his job worth Rs 28 lakh annually to prepare for the UPSC exam.

Delhi resident Ayush Goyal had left his comfortable job with a huge salary of Rs 28 lakh with the intention of clearing the UPSC exam and serving the country.

IAS officer Ayush Goyal wanted to become an IAS officer from the very beginning. After completing his schooling from Delhi, he started preparing for CAT exam.

After clearing the CAT exam, he applied to IIM Kozhikode, Kerala. According to his LinkedIn profile, after doing MBA, Ayush got a job as an analyst in a well-known company. In which his annual package was Rs 28 lakh.

Ayush’s father, Subhash Chandra Goyal, owns a kirana store (grocery shop), while mother, Meera, is a housewife. Ayush had taken a loan of Rs 20 lakh for his studies. When Ayush got a job, his parents thought that the son would repay the loan, but the son told his family about his decision to leave the job, after which they became upset. He started wondering how the loan taken for studies would be repaid.

Ayush had been on the job for only 8 months. After which he decided to leave the job. He wanted to concentrate completely on UPSC exam. After all, due to all his hard work, Ayush passed the UPSC CSE 2022 exam and secured 171st rank. Let us tell you, Ayush Goyal had passed the UPSC exam under EWS quota.

Ayush was a promising student from the beginning

Ayush had scored 91.2% marks in class 10th board exams and 96.2% marks in class 12th board exams. Ayush has completed his graduation degree in Economics from Hansraj College, Delhi University. Despite being bright in studies from the beginning, Ayush knew that he had the potential to become an IAS officer. He believes that it is important for a person to have confidence in himself before doing anything.

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