BPSC 64th Women got success with the responsibility of home and job

BPSC 64th Women got success with the responsibility of home and job

Arya Raj earned the distinction of being a female topper by studying with Job. Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s maternal sister Divya Gautam used to teach along with studies. Seema of Jehanabad achieved this success after six years of marriage.

The story of these successful women candidates in the BPSC 64th exam is inspiring. It is not easy to get success in competitive exams like BPSC with family and job. The story of the struggle of these women gives courage that if you are determined, no obstacle can stop the steps of success. Presenting inspiring stories of successful women candidates in BPSC.

This is how the female BPSC topper became

Arya Raj BPSC

By coordinating studies with the job, Arya Raj was able to achieve the distinction of being a female topper in the 64th examination. Arya has been the topper in the BPSC CDPO exam in the year 2019. She is currently working in Begusarai.

She had set the goal of joining the civil service since childhood. In the year 2009, after passing 10th from Krishna Niketan, Patna, she passed 12th from Notre Dame School. After this, she studied economics at Patna Women’s College. She was also the second topper at Patna University.

Arya told that along with the job, there was some problem in studies. She had studied only during the CDPO exam.

Even after this, along with the job, she used to revise for three to four hours every day. She told that his interview lasted for 25-30 minutes. In this, most of the questions were from the present CDPO job, Beti Padhao, Beti Bachao campaign. Arya has given the credit of her success to her father Gangadhar Yadav, mother Sarita Devi, brother Aryan Raj, Aditya Raj and Amulya Ratna.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s maternal sister Divya Gautam will become a supply inspector

Divya Gautam, who was runner-up in the race for the post of President in the Patna University Students’ Union election in 2012, has also succeeded in the examination. She has got 1207th rank. She is also the maternal sister of film actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

In BPSC Exam she got selected for the post of Supply Inspector. Divya told that she teaches Mass Communication students in Patna Women’s College along with her studies. Seven-eight hours of hard work every day has given him this success. She credits his success to his family members.

Arya Raj earned the distinction of being a female topper by studying with Job. Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s maternal sister Divya Gautam used to teach along with studies. Seema of Jehanabad achieved this success after six years of marriage.

The story of these successful women candidates in the BPSC 64th exam is inspiring. It is not easy to get success in competitive exams like BPSC with family and job. The story of the struggle of these women gives courage that if you are determined, no obstacle can stop the steps of success. Presenting inspiring stories of successful women candidates in BPSC.

Seema of Jehanabad achieved success after six years of marriage

Seema, a daughter of Bembhai village in Jehanabad district, secured 182nd rank in the Bihar Public Service Commission’s combined examination after six years of marriage.

After matriculation from DAV School in Ranchi and after studying at Saint Xavier’s College, she was doing a private job after MBA from Bangalore.

After marriage, Seema’s tendency towards administrative service increased and started preparing. While taking care of the child in the lap, she prepared for the administrative service under the guidance of the younger brother Indian Forest Service officer.

Son is six years old. Husband Rampravesh Rai is in administrative service. Seeing the status in the government job, Seema decided to leave the private job and make a career in the administrative service. Seema’s father Kailash Prasad has retired from police service.

Result released on 6th June evening

Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has released the result of the 64th Combined Competitive Examination on 6th June evening. With this examination, the state got 1454 officers instead of 1465 seats. Om Prakash Gupta was the topper.

Controller of Examinations cum Joint Secretary Amarendra Kumar said that 4,71,581 applications were received for appointment to 1465 posts for 24 departments.

The Preliminary Examination (PT) for this was held on 16 December 2018. The main exam was held in July 2019. The interview was conducted till 10 February 2021. In the final examination, 1,454 were successful. This is the highest seat ever.

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