To arrange for UPSC, one has to work day and evening, solely then a candidate can clear this examination. Many occasions a candidate has to take troublesome selections to seem on this examination. One such resolution was taken by IAS officer Ayush Goyal, who left his job price Rs 28 lakh yearly to arrange for the UPSC examination.
Delhi resident Ayush Goyal had left his comfy job with an enormous wage of Rs 28 lakh with the intention of clearing the UPSC examination and serving the nation.
IAS officer Ayush Goyal wished to develop into an IAS officer from the very starting. After finishing his education from Delhi, he began making ready for CAT examination.
After clearing the CAT examination, he utilized to IIM Kozhikode, Kerala. Based on his LinkedIn profile, after doing MBA, Ayush acquired a job as an analyst in a widely known firm. Wherein his annual bundle was Rs 28 lakh.
Ayush’s father, Subhash Chandra Goyal, owns a kirana retailer (grocery store), whereas mom, Meera, is a housewife. Ayush had taken a mortgage of Rs 20 lakh for his research. When Ayush acquired a job, his dad and mom thought that the son would repay the mortgage, however the son advised his household about his resolution to depart the job, after which they turned upset. He began questioning how the mortgage taken for research can be repaid.
Ayush had been on the job for under 8 months. After which he determined to depart the job. He wished to pay attention fully on UPSC examination. In spite of everything, resulting from all his exhausting work, Ayush handed the UPSC CSE 2022 examination and secured 171st rank. Allow us to inform you, Ayush Goyal had handed the UPSC examination beneath EWS quota.
Ayush was a promising scholar from the start
Ayush had scored 91.2% marks in school tenth board exams and 96.2% marks in school twelfth board exams. Ayush has accomplished his commencement diploma in Economics from Hansraj School, Delhi College. Regardless of being vibrant in research from the start, Ayush knew that he had the potential to develop into an IAS officer. He believes that it’s important for an individual to believe in himself earlier than doing something.