Swati Sharma, originally from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, achieved the 15th position in the Civil Services Examination (CSE) conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
The UPSC 2022 civil service examination results were announced today, revealing an impressive group of high achievers. Notably, among the top performers were several female candidates, such as Ishita Kishore, Garima Lohia, Smriti Mishra, and others, who secured positions within the top 4 ranks.
Swati Sharma, from Jabalpur, has achieved the 15th rank in the Civil Services Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Her success can be attributed to her hard work and patience, and she is eager to embark on her career as an IAS officer.
“I was not primarily focused on securing a specific rank, but rather on being selected for the prestigious services, for which I dedicated myself and worked diligently. I am thrilled to share that I achieved this milestone in my third attempt,” Swati joyfully informed reporters on Tuesday.
Swati, originally from Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh, emphasized that her success in the nation’s most esteemed examination was attributed to her dedication, perseverance, and inner resilience. She believes that hard work, patience, and inner strength played pivotal roles in her achievement.
Swati revealed that she devoted 10-12 hours of daily study, attributing 50 percent of her success to her own efforts. She graciously acknowledged the remaining credit to her teachers and parents, recognizing their invaluable support and guidance in her journey.
“I have always aspired to become an Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer in order to serve the people, and I am grateful to have been given this opportunity with the blessings of my family members, mentors, and well-wishers,” she expressed with gratitude.
A total of 933 candidates, including 613 men and 320 women, have successfully qualified for the civil services examination 2022, according to the commission. Among the top 25 candidates, there are 14 women and 11 men, as stated by the commission.