Saumya Sharma is an impressive person in the world of government jobs in India. Even though she faced many difficulties, she succeeded in passing the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam on her first try. Her rank of 9th in all of India in 2018 shows how good she is.

What’s special about Saumya is not just her big success, but the journey she took to get there. She has been deaf since she was 16, but she didn’t let that stop her from reaching her goals. While many others might give up when things get tough, Saumya stayed determined.

Saumya has always been good at studies. She got into a top law school in the country. In 2017, she decided she wanted to work for the country through civil services. Even though she only had four months to prepare for the UPSC exam, Saumya studied hard with a lot of passion.

What makes Saumya’s success even more special is that she didn’t ask for any special help because of her disability. She chose to compete with everyone else, showing that she believes in being judged on her abilities.

Saumya faced many challenges on her journey to success. She got very sick during the main exam, but she didn’t give up. Even though she had a high fever and couldn’t get out of bed, she still took the UPSC exam.

Now, Saumya Sharma works as an officer in the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) in Maharashtra. She serves as the CEO of the Nagpur Zilla Parishad, showing her dedication to public service. She also has a lot of followers on social media, with over 250K on Instagram.

To add more to her story, Saumya is married to Archit Chandak, an IPS officer who is currently the Deputy Commissioner of Police in Nagpur.