Introducing IAS Mamta Yadav, Who Overcame adversity to Fulfill Her Dreams

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts tests every year to find young people to join the vast public service sector of the country. But passing this exam is not an easy feat. Many thousands of applicants apply each year to sit for the demanding three-stage test, but only a select few are finally found to be eligible. Getting listed is often seen as an enormous undertaking. However, IAS Mamta Yadav defied the odds and passed this challenging test twice.

Mamta Yadav is from Basai, a small hamlet in Haryana. Her father worked for a corporation, while her mother was a stay-at-home mom. She spared no effort in her determination to better their financial situation.

Mamta Yadav received an acceptance to the Hindu College of Delhi University after graduating from Balwant Rai Mehta School in Greater Kailash, Delhi, according to Nav Bharat Times.

The article went on to say that Mamta Yadav turned down a job opportunity after receiving her college degree in 2015 so she could focus on getting ready for the UPSC exam.

She subsequently devoted all of her time and energy to doing in-depth study on a range of subjects. Mamta Yadav spent four years studying for the exam before taking it in 2019. After that, she was ranked 556th.

Despite the fact that obtaining this rank would have put her in the Railways, Mamta was unhappy and decided to reapply for the UPSC.

She retook the exam in 2020 after studying more diligently this time. Mamta Yadav was surprised and delighted to learn that she had placed fifth when she saw the results.

Mamta needs both solo study and guidance in order to pass the exam.

She used NCERT and other study materials to assist her pass the exam.

Mamta says she used to spend eight to ten hours a day studying in the past. But she began studying for ten or twelve hours a day since she believed that she wouldn’t be able to accomplish her objective even with all of her studies.

In an interview, she said that she was very surprised to see herself in fifth place since all she had hoped for was a rank boost.

“You can accomplish any objective you set your mind to. To reach that objective, all you have to do is put in a lot of effort in the appropriate way, according to Zee News.

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