UPSC Story: To become an IAS officer in India, one has to clear UPSC. We all know this, this examination is considered one of the most difficult examinations. To clear it, the candidate has to study diligently for many hours.
Every year, lakhs of candidates appear for the exam to become IAS, IFS, IPS and IRS. Only a few candidates among them are successful in this competitive examination. There are some candidates who become IAS officers, but they have to resign from their posts for the sake of the children of India.
Today we are talking about former IAS officer Arun Kumar who resigned from his IAS job to teach underprivileged UPSC aspirants. Let us know about them in detail.
First of all, let us tell you, 1994 batch IAS officer Arun Kumar had left his post and is now providing free coaching education to those students who are not able to pay the expensive coaching center fees.
Arun Kumar believes that if a person is capable of passing the examination then he should not fail due to poverty. Let us tell you, on the banks of Ganga in Bihar, he gives free coaching to UPSC aspirants.
Let us tell you, there are three stages in UPSC exam, prelims, mains and interview. Every year lakhs of candidates appear in this examination, out of which only a few are able to achieve IAS, IPS and other posts.