Chandrajyoti Singh’s remarkable achievement in cracking the UPSC exam on her first attempt serves as an inspiring story for countless aspirants. Born to a retired army officer, Col. Dalbara Singh, and Lt. Col. Meen Singh, Chandrajyoti had a childhood marked by travels across various states due to her father’s army postings.

Her academic journey showcased her commitment and excellence. She achieved a 10 CGPA in her class 10 board exams from Jalandhar’s APJ School and secured 95.4% in the class 12 examination from Chandigarh’s Bhawan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh. Pursuing her interest in history, she graduated with honors from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University, in 2018, attaining a 7.75 CGPA. Following her graduation, she took a one-year break before embarking on her UPSC journey.

In 2018, Chandrajyoti Singh commenced her UPSC preparations and, against the odds, cleared the exam on her first attempt, achieving an impressive All India Rank (AIR) of 28. What makes her achievement even more noteworthy is that she became an IAS officer at the young age of 22.

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Chandrajyoti Singh’s success can be attributed not only to her academic brilliance but also to her meticulous preparation strategy. Her story serves as a beacon of inspiration for UPSC aspirants, showcasing that dedication, strategic planning, and perseverance can lead to success in one of the country’s most challenging examinations. As many look up to IAS and IPS officers, Chandrajyoti Singh’s journey stands out as a testament to the potential within those who aspire to serve the nation through the civil service.