One of India’s most challenging examinations and interviews are administered by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
After years of diligent preparation, millions of hopefuls finally sit for the exams each year, but only a select few are ultimately chosen.
Only a strategic mix of diligence, direction, and determination may aid UPSC applicants in passing the IAS exam.
These hopefuls look up to people who have passed these tests and have gone on to obtain respectable careers in addition to hard work and devotion.
Varun Baranwal, who made the decision to drop out of school after losing his father at an early age, has an incredible journey.
However, only a small number of those around him supported him in becoming an IAS official.
IAS officer Varun Baranwal, who comes from the small Maharashtra village of Boisar in the Palghar district, had always wanted to be a doctor.
The father of Varun worked as a bicycle mechanic and had a modest bicycle repair business. His father put a lot of effort into making sure his kids had a solid education.
In 2006, Varunkumar Baranwal lost his father. Because he was the family’s eldest male and his father had passed away suddenly, the financial responsibility for the family fell on his youthful shoulders.
The only source of income for Varun’s family was his father’s cycle repair business. After his father passed away,
Varun made the decision to operate the business and care for his family. Varun Baranwal had topped his class in the 10th exam despite everything.
When Varun’s mother observed his love of books and his ambition to pursue a career, she assumed control of the store and urged him to pursue his education further.
Varunkumar always had someone who could solve his problems and make his life better. The doctor who treated his father just before he died, Dr. Kampli, was a close friend of the late man’s.
Dr. Kampli provided assistance not just with the initial college tuition but also with later IAS study costs.
Forth the first semester of his engineering course, Varun put in a lot of effort to secure a scholarship from MIT College Pune.
He was able to complete his engineering education thanks to a school scholarship. His friends encouraged him during his trying times, brought him literature, and offered him assistance.
Baranwal, who viewed his life of poverty as a lesson, finished the UPSC IAS 2016 exam in 32nd place and was appointed an IAS officer.
Varun feels that his diverse sources of inspiration help him become a more effective public worker.