How Surabhi Gautam A Village Girl Became An IAS Officer?

Surabhi Gautam A Village Girl Became An IAS Officer
(Last Updated On: July 18, 2018)

The success story of Surabhi Gautam

Surabhi Gautam was born in an orthodox village Amdara, in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh, India, where girl child had unequal rights.

Years later she walks into the same village and the entire village is celebrating her success. She talks that knowledge is the only art of recognition.

Surabhi Gautam is a RGPV Alumni, and has secured AIR 1 in Indian Engineering Services (IES), she has worked at Bhabha Atomic Research Center and Indian Railways. She has recently Secured AIR 50 in UPSC Civil Services Exam.

She completed her B.tech in an ordinary engineering college and went on to work in BARC as a scientist through gate score. Later she prepared vigorously for IES-2013, with flying colors she became the first ranker. She then chose to work in Indian Railways of Signal Engineers and currently serving the nation.

 

How Surabhi Gautam Became An IAS Officer?

Watch the video to know about her in her inspiring words.

 

 

10 mistakes every UPSC CSE aspirant commits

Any aspirant irrespective of their academic background can realize the dream of clearing the Union Public Service Commission’s civil service examination (CSE) and join the most elite services of the country by preparing well.

But there are some mistakes that most UPSC CSE aspirants make and thus fails to clear the hurdle. Here are the 10 mistakes and how to avoid them. Must watch for all aspirants.

 

 

Books and resources used by Surabhi Gautam

UPSC Civil Services Exam 2017 – In this lesson, Surabhi Gautam (AIR 50 CSE 2016) talks about the books and resources used by her to prepare for the UPSC CSE. Watch to learn more.

 

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