Hailing from Nalgonda district in Telangana, Uma Harathi N embarked on a challenging journey to crack the highly competitive Civil Services Exam. Despite facing failures in her initial attempts, Uma refused to give up and persisted with unwavering determination.

Uma’s academic background in civil engineering played a crucial role in her preparation for the UPSC exam. With anthropology as her optional subject, she showcased exceptional performance in her fifth attempt, securing an impressive All India Rank (AIR) 3 in UPSC 2022.

Reflecting on her journey, Uma Harathi shared valuable advice with aspiring candidates, emphasizing the significance of resilience and perseverance. She highlighted that failure should be embraced as a stepping stone to success and urged UPSC aspirants to develop their own study strategies while maintaining sincerity and discipline throughout the preparation process.

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The Superintendent of Police of Narayanpet, N Venkateshwarlu, Uma’s father, played a pivotal role in motivating her towards civil services. He envisioned the UPSC platform as an avenue for making meaningful contributions to society, both professionally and personally.

Uma’s remarkable achievement serves as a testament to the importance of hard work, dedication, and family support in realizing one’s dreams. Her success story is a beacon of hope for countless other aspirants striving to crack the formidable Civil Services Examination.