Success story of IAS topper Sameer Saurabh: Time is constantly changing and the way to prepare for UPSC has also changed a lot. Earlier, people may find themselves sitting in a closed room while preparing for the UPSC, but now most candidates want to study smart. Today we are talking about IPS officer Sameer Saurabh’s UPSC Journey. They also used social media in their preparation, which is usually recommended to stay away. His method of preparation was completely different and he cleared the UPSC exam twice in a row.
The journey started from IIT
Sameer Saurabh was born in Purnia district of Bihar. He did his initial study here. After the intermediate, she cleared the JEE exam and got admission in IIT Kharagpur. During her graduation, she made up her mind to go to UPSC. After graduation, she started preparing for UPSC.
Has been successful at UPSC twice in a row
Sameer Saurabh prepared for UPSC by making a good strategy and in 2017 he cleared the test on his first attempt. His rank was 142, but he was selected for the IPS service because of that. He had always wanted to be an IAS officer, and in such a situation, he gave UPSC exams even while doing IPS training. This time the luck was good and he got the All India Rank 32 in 2018. In this way his dream of becoming an IAS was fulfilled.
Watch Samir Saurabh’s interview with the Delhi Knowledge Track here
Sameer’s advice to other candidates
Sameer Saurabh believes that you have to work hard at UPSC and analyze your preparation time to time by developing a good strategy. Wherever you find mistakes, correct them. Practice answer writing intensively. They believe that you can also improve your preparation by using social media properly. Sameer advises focusing on smart studies.
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