UPSC 2023: He resides in the village of Dhobhat in Bahadurpur. His mother holds the position of a gram pradhan.
The tale of Bajrang Yadav is a blend of tragedy and inspiration. Hailing from Basti in Uttar Pradesh, he achieved an impressive feat by clearing the UPSC exam and securing the 454th rank, three years following the untimely demise of his father due to a murder. His decision to pursue a career as an IAS officer after his father’s passing mirrors a storyline that could be straight out of a Bollywood blockbuster.
Rajesh Yadav, the father of Bajrang Yadav, worked as a farmer and was known for his benevolent nature, always lending a helping hand to those in need. Unfortunately, his altruistic actions drew the ire of certain individuals, leading to his untimely murder. This tragic event deeply impacted Bajrang Yadav, compelling him to embark on a path to become an IAS officer. His determination and hard work paid off when he achieved an impressive rank of 454 in the UPSC examination.
He resides in the village of Dhobhat in Bahadurpur. His mother holds the position of a gram pradhan. He has four brothers and a sister. Remarkably, his sister secured a position as a material assistant in the Army.
Driven by a desire to assist the impoverished and vulnerable, he aspires to become an IAS officer. The untimely demise of his father enlightened him to the realization that it is through the strength and influence of a dedicated officer that true support can be extended to those in need.
He expressed his belief that only an IAS officer possesses the capacity to provide assistance to people who are in dire need.
He completed his primary education in the village and pursued his schooling in Basto. Subsequently, he obtained his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Allahabad University.