Pune UPSC Aspirants Celebrate Success with Impressive Ranks

Pune UPSC Aspirants Celebrate Success with Impressive Ranks

Pune UPSC Aspirants Celebrate Success with Impressive Ranks

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Pune, known for its academic fervor, is beaming with pride as several UPSC aspirants from the city achieve remarkable success in the recent civil services examination conducted by the Union Public Services Commission.

Among the achievers is Shubham Thite, son of Assistant Sub-Inspector Bhagwan Thite, who secured an impressive All-India Rank (AIR) of 359 in his fifth attempt. Shubham, an engineering student, aspires to become an IAS officer after years of dedicated preparation.

Tejas Sudeep Sarda, a doctor by profession, secured AIR 128 in his fourth attempt, demonstrating his commitment and determination to pursue a career as an IPS officer. Despite facing challenges and setbacks, Tejas remained steadfast in his pursuit of success.

Priyanka Mohite, a master’s graduate in political science from Pune University, achieved an AIR of 595 in her second attempt. Hailing from an arts background, Priyanka’s consistent efforts and hard work propelled her towards her goal of becoming an IAS officer.

Abhijit Pakhare, currently serving as a deputy collector in Gadchiroli, persevered in his UPSC journey and achieved an impressive rank of 720. Overcoming past setbacks, Abhijit focused on improving his confidence and English-speaking skills, leading to his success in the examination.

Similarly, Himanshu Thembekar, a field officer in the environment department, secured AIR 738 in his final attempt. Despite challenges and job commitments, Him

anshu remained determined to pursue his passion for civil services, highlighting the importance of perseverance and dedication in achieving one’s goals.

The success of these Pune UPSC aspirants serves as a testament to their hard work, resilience, and unwavering commitment to serving the nation through the prestigious civil services. Their achievements not only bring pride to their families but also inspire aspiring civil servants across the country.