Trupti Bhatt’s journey to becoming an IPS officer is a testament to unwavering determination and resilience. Born in Almora, Uttarakhand, she defied conventional success by rejecting 16 government job offers, including lucrative positions in renowned companies like Maruti Suzuki and Tata Motors.
After completing her engineering and receiving multiple job offers, Trupti’s dream of becoming an IPS officer continued to fuel her aspirations. Despite clearing six government exams, including ISRO, her heart remained steadfast on the path of law enforcement.
Hailing from a family with a background in education, Tripti, the eldest of four siblings, received her schooling in Beersheba and pursued her B.Tech at Pantnagar University. Refusing to succumb to the allure of corporate packages, she declined offers and prioritized her dream.
Her encounter with then-President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam left an indelible mark on her journey. Dr. Kalam’s handwritten letter, filled with inspirational lines, became a source of constant motivation for Tripti.
In 2013, Tripti Bhatt achieved a remarkable feat by securing the 165th rank in the UPSC exam on her first attempt, realizing her dream of becoming an IPS officer.
Her accomplishments extended beyond the realm of law enforcement, with gold medals in national-level marathons and state-level badminton tournaments, showcasing her diverse talents. Proficient in Taekwondo, she exemplifies a holistic approach to life.
Over the past 11 years, Tripti has garnered a wealth of experience. Her professional journey includes roles such as SP of Dehradun, MP Chamoli, commanding SDRF, and later SSP Tehri Garhwal.
Currently serving as SP Intelligence and Security of Dehradun, Tripti Bhatt continues to inspire with her tenacity, breaking barriers and paving the way for others to follow their dreams.