s aswathy ias success story, daughter of consturction laborer who cracked upsc cse in 4th attempt meet s aswathy

There is no need for coaching to clear Civil Services Exam which is the toughest exam conducted by UPSC. No need to study in the city. Also, it is not necessary to study in English medium from primary education to graduation. It requires effort. There should be a goal. You will know from the many UPSC success stories that we have mentioned earlier that one should have the determination not to give up the goal even once defeated. We have given another success story in today’s article.

So with such a challan who failed once, twice, three times, who passed the UPSC exam for the fourth time with continuous study is SS Ashwathi whom we are introducing today.

Yes, Thiruvananthapuram-born S Ashwathy’s path to success was as easy as applause. He cleared the UPSC CSE exam for the fourth time with continuous efforts. Apart from that, he was famous for winning UPSC at 481 Rank in 2020 batch. Being the daughter of a construction worker, she climbed the steps of defeat with her constant study and hard work. He became an Indian IAS officer at the age of 27.

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Ashwathi has set her sights on becoming an IAS officer since she was a child, even when she was studying in class 8. However, he joined Barton Hill College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram and completed his B.E. Although in the final year of study, I got selected in the campus interview for TCS company in Cochin. After starting work here in 2015, he started preparing for UPSC exam.

By saying goodbye to his TCS IT job in 2017, he started studying full-time for the UPSC CSE exam. In the next three years he became successful.

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Joined Kerala State Civil Services Academy to study for UPSC CSE exam. He had also prepared to study in some private institutes. Despite failing thrice, Ashwathi wrote the exam with good practice for the fourth attempt with the determination to crack the UPSC exam.

Despite studying engineering, his path to success after four years of hard work after landing a well-paying job in a good TCS company and joining the country’s civil services is an inspiration to thousands of aspirants. Perhaps, if he had started studying without joining the job, he would have served the country three years earlier.

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