This girl could not hear, cleared UPSC in 1st attempt, got IAS post

UPSC Success story: Every year lakhs of candidates appear in the Civil Services Examination (CSE) conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) with the hope that in the future they will get jobs in IAS, IPS, IFS and any other government posts. Will get the opportunity. For which they prepare for this examination day and night, but there are only a few candidates who succeed in this examination and achieve their position. Today we are talking about IAS officer Soumya Sharma.

The journey of UPSC was not easy for IAS officer Soumya. During this period he had to face many problems. Saumya Sharma had given the UPSC exam in the year 2017, in which she had passed the exam in the first attempt. Let us tell you, he had achieved success in this examination with 9th rank in All Over India.

Saumya Sharma was born in Delhi to doctor parents. She was only 11 years old when her hearing ability started declining. By the age of 16, he had completely lost his hearing. He underwent treatment for a long time, but there was no benefit. Let us tell you, he was advised to use hearing aids to hear properly. Now she is using this to listen properly.

Losing his hearing ability at the age of 16 was a big blow for him, but he did not let his courage break and worked hard in school. After which he took admission in National Law School to study law.

After graduation law studies, he made headlines when he wrote a letter to the Delhi High Court demanding the inclusion of hearing disability in the disability quota. Let us tell you, at that time hearing disability was not included in the disabled quota.

Let us tell you, after completing her graduation, Soumya thought of giving UPSC exam. After which she decided that she would appear in this examination and started preparation. Let us tell you, he had given the UPSC exam for the first time in the year 2017, in which he had passed the exam in the very first attempt and obtained the post of IAS officer.