Every year, lakhs of candidates try their luck in UPSC exam and appear for the toughest exam in the country to become an IAS, IPS officer. To pass this examination, candidates have to work day and night. At the same time, there are some IAS officers who left their well-paid jobs and took the UPSC exam. Today we are going to tell you about those bankers who have become IAS officers by clearing the UPSC exam. Let us know about them.
IAS officer Gaurav Aggarwal
Gaurav Aggarwal, resident of Jaipur, Rajasthan, has fulfilled his dream of becoming an IAS officer by passing the UPSC exam. Before appearing for UPSC exam, he had cleared JEE Advanced and CAT, the toughest exams of engineering and MBA. Gaurav did his graduation degree in Computer Science from IIT Kanpur and then did MBA from IIM Lucknow. After completing MBA, Gaurav Aggarwal worked as an investment banker in Hong Kong for about 3.5 years with a high salary package. After which he returned to India to prepare for UPSC. Let us tell you, in the year 2013, he had obtained the post of IAS officer by securing rank one in the second attempt.
IAS officer Abhishek Khurana
Abhishek Surana, resident of Bhilwara, Rajasthan, had obtained the post of IAS by passing the difficult examination of UPSC with 10th rank in his fourth attempt. He took B.Tech degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT Delhi. After completing his studies, he worked as an investment banker at Barclays Investment Bank in Singapore and then in the same bank in London. After working in an investment bank for a long time, Abhishek had decided to appear for the UPSC exam in the year 2014. Abhishek failed in his first two attempts but in the third attempt he secured 250th rank. Although he was not so happy with this rank. After which he took the UPSC exam for the fourth time and became an IAS officer by securing 10th rank.
IAS officer Harshit Narang
Harshit Narang started his career as an investment banker in 2010, but he wanted to join civil services since childhood. After which he left his high paying job and went to Rajendra Nagar and prepared for two years. After which he succeeded in the Punjab Civil Services Examination in the year 2014 and got the post of Excise Officer. Even after clearing Punjab PCS, he continued his studies and then appeared for UPSC exam. In the year 2018, he cleared the UPSC exam and became an IAS officer.