Aarti Dogra inspires by overcoming height stereotypes and cracking UPSC despite being only 3.5 feet tall.

Aarti Dogra, a 3.5 feet tall female IAS officer from Dehradun, cracked the UPSC exam on her first attempt, defying stereotypes and discrimination she faced due to her height. Her parents supported her education despite the taunts she received.

Aarti Dogra, a 3.5 feet tall IAS officer, overcame height stereotypes to crack UPSC on her first attempt. Inspired by a friend, she cleared the exam and is now an IAS officer in Rajasthan.

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Aarti, an IAS officer, has led initiatives to help people, including providing wheelchairs and vans for disabled voters in Ajmer. Her work has inspired many who face challenges in their lives.

Aarti’s story is a lesson in perseverance and determination. She shows that despite facing discrimination and stereotypes, one can achieve their dreams with hard work. We should never let obstacles hold us back and strive to make a difference in the world.