UPSC CSE Topper: Vardah Khan of Sangamnagar got 18th rank, got success in second attempt.

UPSC CSE Topper: Vardah Khan of Sangamnagar got 18th rank, got success in second attempt.

Union Public Service Commission released the final result of Civil Services Examination 2023 on Tuesday. In this, the promising people of Sangamnagar have spread the shine of their intelligence. The number of candidates selected from Sangamnagar is around a dozen. Wardah Khan, a resident of Katghar Muthiganj, has once again made Sangamnagar proud by securing 18th rank.

After completing her 10th from St. Mary's Convent School in 2015 (91 percent marks), Wardah Khan passed her 12th examination from Kendriya Vidyalaya Old Cantt in 2017 with 95 percent marks. After this, after doing B.Com Honors from Khalsa College, Delhi University, she also kept preparing for the Union Public Service Commission. His father Abdul Rahman died nine years ago. Presently she is living with her mother Afsar Jahan in Sector-82 Vivek Vihar, Noida. His mother was a TGT mathematics teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya Old Cantt and was transferred to Gol Market Delhi in 2018. Vardah is the only daughter.

First job, then preparation and success in second attempt

Wardah has secured 18th rank in her second attempt. After B.Com, he worked in a company for eight months. After that she left everything and started preparing. He advised that to prepare for Civil Services Examination, read NCERT books repeatedly and understand the subject thoroughly. Keep the notes of optional subjects ready for the main examination. For current events, read newspapers and monthly magazines.

daughters' records

Sangamnagari's daughter Wardah Khan has once again raised the prestige of Sangamnagari by securing 18th position in the Civil Services Examination of the Union Public Service Commission. Even before this, the daughters have made the city proud by achieving brilliant success in the country's biggest examination. Saumya Pandey got fourth rank at All India level in the 2016 result. Eva Sahay had brought fame to the entire country by securing third rank in 2009. Last year, Pratiksha Singh of Dhanaicha-Malkhanpur Hanumanganj got 52nd rank in her third attempt.

Achieved the goal of studying online at home, dream of IFS

Vardah tells that she studied while staying at home. She was preparing through online coaching along with reading books related to competitive exams, English and Hindi newspapers. He studied for more than five hours a day for the UPSC exam. This was his second attempt. Vardah tells that her interest is in foreign service. She wants to become an IFS.

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