UPSC Final Result 2020: After completing dental medicine, why did APALA Mishra, who secured 9th rank, start preparing for civil services without becoming a dentist?
Apala Mishra Biography
Union Public Service Commission declared the results of Civil Services Exam 2020 on the previous day, in which Shubham Kumar of Bihar has been the topper.
On the other hand, Jagriti Awasthi has got second and Ankita Jain has got third place. At the same time, ABP News spoke to Apala Mishra, who got 9th rank.
She says that from the year 2018 while completing her dental medicine studies, she was preparing for UPSC with full dedication.
In which the most difficult first was to understand the comprehensive syllabus.
She said that by the time I came to the final year of dentistry, I was inclined towards civil service because civil service gives a huge opportunity to work.
What is Apala Mishra Optional
The optional subject was Anthropologie. I will work in the field of health, I would like to work further for women’s health.
I decided that I will study with complete focus. Time table made. You have to study for 7 to 8 hours. I also learned to make time table during this time.
Got up at 8 o’clock. There used to be 2 hours of study. Then took a break. This was my third attempt (3rd Attempt).
It was necessary to study the syllabus in the first attempt. It is also necessary to do pre-preparation for the exam.
#IndianArmy congratulates Dr Apala Mishra, daughter of Col Amitabh Mishra (Retd) and an alumnus of Army Dental College, Secunderabad, for securing All India Rank #AIR – 9 in #UPSC Civil Services Examination 2020. pic.twitter.com/QN7iTbXfFN
— ADG PI – INDIAN ARMY (@adgpi) September 29, 2021
Why chose the path of civil service by not becoming a dentist?
By the time I came to the final year of dentistry, I was inclined towards civil service because civil service provides a huge platform to work.
In which area do you want to change?
I am interested to work in the field of health. I would like to work further for women’s health.
How many hours did you study?
I decided that I will study with complete focus. Time table made. One has to study for 7 to 8 hours.
Which is the attempt?
This was my third attempt. In both the previous attempts, she could not even clear the prelims. It was necessary to study the syllabus in the first attempt.
How did the corona virus create difficulties in preparation?
Apala says that the exam was pushed twice due to corona virus. My parents also got covid. In such times, it is very important to maintain your mental balance and believe in yourself, follow discipline.
Pay attention to your mental health. Alpana Mishra, mother of soon-to-be IAS officer Apala Mishra, is a professor at Delhi University.
She says, “This exam demands patience and courage. It is a penance.” Major father in the army says that last time there was a lack of planning, so we sat down and talked about the right planning required for preparation and today its positive result is in front of everyone.
Apala Mishra Success Story:
Apala was very clear about her goal and after completing her dental surgery she started preparing for UPSC.
Success Story Of IAS Topper Apala Mishra: Today we will tell you about Dr. Apala Mishra, who achieved All India Rank 9 in UPSC Civil Services Examination 2020. Hailing from Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, Apala came to UPSC after studying Dental Surgery (BDS) and fulfilled her dream of becoming an IAS officer in her third attempt. Today we will tell you how he completed the UPSC journey.
Also read- Subham Kumar IAS Biography
Preparation started after studying BDS
Apala Mishra’s father is an officer in the Army and his mother is a professor. From the very beginning, Apala was very smart in studies and after intermediate, she earned a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree.
After completing his studies in the year 2018, he started preparing for UPSC. He achieved All India Rank 9 in the third attempt.
Apala prepared the strategy like this
According to Apala Mishra, he studied for about 7 to 8 hours every day. According to the syllabus, first gathered the books and after that started preparing for better strategy.
She got failure in the first 2 attempts but she did not lose courage and continued to move towards her goal.
Apala’s advice to other candidates
Apala believes that if you want to prepare for UPSC, then you have to move ahead with a better strategy.
She says that you will not be able to reach your destination unless you try for it every day. According to him, hard work, right strategy, maximum revision, practice of answer writing and positive attitude open the way to success.
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