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1)  Merin Joseph (IPS)

In the Kerala Cadre, Merin Joseph is one of the youngest and gorgeous IPS Officer. At the age of 25 in 2012, she cleared the UPSC Exam, before taking any district under her charge she gained popularity because her photos become viral as a beautiful Police Officer. In Ernakulam Rural District, Chengammanad station she completed her training. She got married in 2015 to a Kottayam based psychiatrist Chris Abraham. If someone needs her anytime, she remains available for them on call 24 hours.

2)  Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya (IPS)

Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya belongs to Himachal Pradesh. From Indraprastha College, she completed her post-graduation in English Literature. She is the first female IPS officer who becomes the Director General of Police. For being an outstanding achiever she was awarded the President’s medal and Rajiv Gandhi Award. She meets almost 50 persons a day as an average and talk to them to understand their problems. After retirement in 2007, she wins the general election of 2014 from Haridwar then after she joined AAP.

3)  Meera Borwankar (IPS)

Meera Borwankar becomes the IPS Officer in 1981 of the Maharashtra Cadre. In 1993-95 she served as Deputy Commissioner of Police in Mumbai and was posted on the state CID crime branch. She is famous as a ‘Lady Supercop’ after arresting the gang of Chota Rajan and Daud Ibrahim. Her Instant ongoing task is to arrest the gangsters some of them like Abu Saleem and his gang partners Tariq Parvin and Iqbal Mirchi from Dubai, Sharmila Shanbhag from Germany, and Monica Bedi from Portugal.

4) Sanjukta Parashar (IPS)

Sanjukta in Assam is the first woman appointed as an IPS Officer. From Indraprastha Colledge, she completed her graduation in Political Science. In Assam for the criminals and militants, she has been a nightmare. For her immense courage and incredible work of fighting against the Bodo militants of Assam, she is in Headlines. She is married to an IPS Officer Puru Gupta.  

5) Vimla Mehra (IPS)

Vimla an IPS Officer is the first female who achieves the post of Special Commissioner Police of the Country. The Women helpline no. 1091 is launched by her along with promoting self-defense programs for them. In the year 2012, After Kiran Bedi, she is the second officer who headed Tihar Jail as Director-General.

6) Vijayanta Goyal Arya (IPS)

Vijayanta Goyal Arya an IPS officer and Deputy Commissioner of Police, South Delhi. she has spoken up about the many ways in which women officers feel unsafe or helpless on the job, even in the police force, and outside on the streets during work. Her top agenda right now is to making public spaces safer for women and fighting for sexual harassment. She is now becoming an example for thousands of IPS aspirants and young people who wish to see change.

7)  Archana Ramasundaram (IPS)

Archana Ramasundaram an IPS Officer, in 2016 she became the first woman to be appointed as the Director-General of the Sashastra Seema Bal, India’s paramilitary force based in Nepal and Bhutan borders. Her present job is to intervene in transborder crimes like trafficking and to monitor. Under her supervision, four new check-posts in Bihar and West Bengal have been built-up.

8) R. Sreelakha (IPS)

R. Sreelakha becomes the first IPS from Kerala Cadre and gained the highest rank in 1987. After three years, she became the first female to become superintendent of police in the state and then she becomes the first woman to be given Director General of Police rank. In Kerala, a senior officer once remarked, “A lady has come to pollute the department.” And many persons told her that becoming a police officer meant she wouldn’t find a partner. But she overcomes all this and battle for the other women to have the same opportunity she had and pushed for the police force for recruiting more women.

9) Sonia Narang (IPS)

Sonia Narang an IPS officer has been promoted to the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) in the Crime Investigation Department (CID), the premier investigation agency that is handling many important cases. She born in Chandigarh and graduated in 1999 from Punjab University and in sociology, she is a gold medalist. She is prominent in Karnataka for honest manner and straightforward in which she has resolved many cases, and her zero tolerance for trouble makers, she believes that “all are equal before the law”.

10) Rema Rajeshwari (IPS)

Rema Rajeshwari is an Indian Police Service officer serving in Telangana. She wields her baton and pen with equal ease. From Munnar, Kerala she is the first female IPS officer an IPS topper of 2009, she held multiple challenging and dynamic positions. She empowers women to emerge as leaders and to break gender stereotypes.

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1) Anna Rajam Malhotra (IAS)

After clearing the civil services examination, when Anna Rajam Malhotra appeared for an interview the panelists suggest her to join Foreign Services or Central Services as they were more suitable for a woman and discouraged her from joining the Indian Administrative Services. But she became India’s 1st IAS Officer by stood her ground. In Mumbai, She worked with Rajiv Gandhi and performs an important role in building India’s first computerized port, Nhava Sheva.

2) Smiti Sambharwal (IAS)

An IAS Officer, Smiti Sambharwal one of the Dynamic and efficient lady also known as “People’s Officers” for addressing citizen issues by involving people and for her extraordinary work in Chittoor, Warangal, Vizag, and Karimnagar. At 4th rank, she cracks the IAS Exam. Smita got married to Akum Sabharwal an IPS officer, also from the Telangana cadre. She says that everyone should do something for society. To increase voting percentage she also initiates in “voter panduga”.

3) Riju Bafna (IAS)

Riju Bafna, In 2013 She cleared her UPCS Exam with a rank of 77. In 2011, she achieves her master’s from Delhi school of Economics after her graduation from Kirorimal College. In a public health consultancy in the Global Health practice area, she was a former employee in Cambridge Economic Policy Associates. Sexual Harassment of women in India is coming out as a crucial issue in front of every nation. She becomes an example of brave and when she files a complaint against Santosh Chaubey she proves why women should raise their voice against sexual harassment.

4) B. Chandrakala (IAS)

B. Chandrakala is an IAS Officer of 2008 UP Cadre and belongs to Tribal family and now serving as District Magistrate of Bulandshahr, UP. She lives her dreams against all differences. She was born in Garjana Palli Village Ellareddy Mandal Karimnagar Dist Telangana State. Chandrakala Crack the Civil Services exams at 409th rank, whose results were announced by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) in 2008.

5) Vandana Preyashi (IAS)

Vandana Preyashi is an IAS Officer of 2003 batch and District Magistrate of Siwan, Bihar liable to conduct fair and fearless Lok Sabah elections 2009 in Bihar. She graduates from St Stephen’s College, Delhi. She inspires many women to move into civil services. Vandana Preyashi is known for being a brave and bold officer, under her supervision in Barh. In 2006 when Preyashi was the sub-divisional officer there had not been a single violent incident during the panchayat polls in Barh and Mokama.

6) Mugdha Sinha (IAS)

Mugdha Sinha is an IAS officer of the 1999 batch; she attains public attention in Ajmer District when she took on the rampant illegal mining. It ends when she is being transferred to Sri Ganganagar. With over 30-40 lakhs people, she had already served in larger districts. She had huge public support behind her with farmers, students, and traders.

7) Aruna Sundararajan (IAS)

Aruna Sundararajan is an IAS officer of the 1982 batch. In Kerala in 1998, she played an instrumental role in setting up the IT department. She also performs a crucial role in initiating Akshaya, the largest e-literacy project in which more than 1 million people were trained in basic digital skills.

8) Ritu Maheshwari (IAS)

Ritu Maheshwari an IAS Officer, According to government orders she has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Noida Authority, which also affected several other transfers. According to the orders of the Uttar Pradesh Government, Alok Tandon who has been relieved as the Noida Authority CEO replaces by the Ritu Maheshwari and she was serving as the Ghaziabad District Magistrate.

9) Vijaya Jadhav (IAS)

Vijaya Jadhav is an IAS Officer of 2015 batch; In October 2017 she had taken charge of her duties, as the Sub-divisional Magistrate (SDM) of Giridih. She was also given additional charge 10 days back of the Giridih Municipal Corporation. And now she is its executive officer. When the newsroom ask her how challenging is to work in Jharkhand she replied “I see it as an opportunity to perform better. Jharkhand is not as developed a state as Gujarat or Maharastra. These states have a system and infrastructure, which is lacking here. So there is a lot of work for the state and the residents of Jharkhand. And we as officers have to play a pivotal role in building a robust system for the state to function”.

10) T. V. Anupama (IAS)

T. V. Anupama is an Indian Administrative Service officer; her name is already famous when in 2010 she secured 4th rank in the UPSC Examination. She is popular for her bold steps against politically powerful people. She came to be known as a hard taskmaster when she took on the powerful minister in Pinarayi Vijayan’s cabinet as the District Collector of Alappuzha in 2017.

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UPSC conducts the civil examinations. Those who want to build their career in this field need to be prepared beforehand. In this article the focus is given on the working professionals who are pursuing their jobs and side by side dreams of preparing for UPSC exams. Through this article working professionals will come to know the key rules to follow for UPSC exam preparation without leaving their job. To Clear IAS exam the working professionals need not to leave their jobs. By following the five rules hey can think of clearing IAS exam without leaving their job.

Rule 1: Plan your preparation intelligently- Remember 80/20 Principle

Working professionals need not to think resigning from the job and prepare for IAS at home. For IAS preparation what is most needed is the preparation plan to be prepared intelligently. Manage time properly, set short term goals, work accordingly and grab your aim. Don’t take stress. Those who prepared for IAS full time are more stresses than the working professionals. Working professional can plan their preparation and set them free from the stress of life as they have back up plan if they fail to clear IAS exam. Working Professionals can use this principle in their IAS preparation which states that we get 80 percent of the work done in 20 percent of the time, the rest is usually wasted. They need to focus on getting the maximum done in least amount of time. For this you will need to prepare a list of things to study, the most important first.

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Rule 2: Read Newspaper and Magazine in Office hours

Whenever you get time in office try to read newspaper. Indulge in the long term discussion with your colleagues about the latest happenings which will help you upgrade your knowledge. Try to revise in lunch breaks the content you have studies the previous day. In IAS exam you are expected to be master of all the subjects so General knowledge is the most important component so try to get as much as information as you can. Working professionals need to be passionate and do lot of hard work to crack IAS exam.

Rule 3: Join Reputed Coaching institute for IAS Exam

IAS preparation is meaningful if you have Right reading material and guidance available to you. Your intelligence in grasping the concepts matter a lot in IAS preparation. If working professionals does not get time to collect the material they can approach to the reputed coaching institute which can provide perfect guidance to them about the preparation and give them the updated study material. Delhi Career Group is the best Institute for IAS preparation. IAS Exam Coaching prepare you well for the exam.  Coaching For IAS has the flexible timings for working professionals.

Rule 4: Take break from the job rather than resigning from the Job

It takes 5 hours of study everyday if you hope to clear preliminary exam. But for Mains you need to spare 10-15 hours daily for the preparation so with job it seems impossible so rather than resigning from the job take breaks or leaves for IAS preparation. To get thorough with the syllabus and study material you need to take break of 1-2 month for IAS preparation which will prove to be very fruitful to your efforts. IAS preparation demands hours of sitting for study so working professionals need to act smart for their future.

Rule 5: Make Notes of your Important Chapter and Revise them Regularly.

Working professionals are advisable to make notes of their chapters and revise them. Whatever they study in daily routine they need to jot it down on small papers which can be carried on to their job place and can revise them accordingly. Notes plays very important role in preparation as it helps in last minute preparation.

To sum up, Always Remember

  • Practice makes a man perfect.
  • There is no substitute for hard-work and proper guidance
  • Never try anything half-heatedly

All the best for your Preparation!!

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Civil servants in India are so passionate and dedicated to serve the nation. They make our nation feel proud of them by their constant hard work. They fight with the evil and corruption and give our nation the definition of Real civil servant. They don’t believe in money making out of the work rather they think of the people and make their family feel proud of them. They are against the black money and works with loyalty.

Now a days people think that by joining civil services they will make money from the projects of government. But these real servants of nations have never compromised with their commitment towards nation. Because of such real time heroes we can go safely and admire our real time heroes.

 

Here are the list of 10 dedicated civil servants on whom our country is proud of:

1. SATYENDRA DUBEY: The civil servant who was being killed because of his dedication and commitment towards the nation. He was a sincere, dedicated and hardworking civil engineer who was assigned the project of National Highways Authority of India at Koderma in Jharkhand. During his tenure he exposed the financial irregularities and involvement of corruption while he was working on the project. He wrote letter to the former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee regarding this corruption and requested not to disclose his name. Somehow the name was leaked and he was suspiciously shot dead near the railway station of Gaya, Bihar. These sacrifices of our civil servant make you feel proud of them.


2 ARMSTRONG PAME: He is renowned as “Miracle man” of Manipur. He is leader who was not being known to everybody. He was the man who used to spend his own savings on government projects like building a road in the hills of Manipur etc. Through his initiative many people have learnt lesson from his life and  people came ahead and contribute.
3. B.CHANDRAKALA: She is holding the position of District Magistrate in Bulandhsahar and stands against the illegal practices. She has always raised her voice against corrupt officers and corruption. She publicly exposed the names of those people who are following wrong practices and are not doing justice to their position. She also exposed the brother of the member of ruling party in Uttar Pradesh with hesitating.

4. U.SAGAYAM
: He has been transferred to 20 different places in the service of 20 years that was just because of not compromising with unjust practices. He hails from Tamil Nadu, and became the first IAS officer in 2009 who has upload the details of his assets . He joined the IAS in 1991 as the Sub-Divisional Magistrate of Ootacamund. In 2000, he sealed Pepsi Cola’s bottling plant near Chennai after finding dirt in many bottles. In 2012 he submitted a report to government regarding losing of 16000cr to illegal quarrying in Madhurai. His good work help him winning the heart of people. Over 5000 villagers protested against one of his transfers that proves the love of people towards him.

5. NARENDRA KUMAR: He joined as IPS in 2009 in Bihar and protested against illegal services. He was committed to withstand all the evils courageously. He protested towards stopping the illegal mining of stones spending his time in fighting with mine mafias with greater level of guts and spirit. At the age of 30, he was killed by crushing to death through a tractor. One of the member who belonged to the gang of mine mafia crushed him to death while he was fighting to stop the tractor carrying illegally mined stones. He was appointed as the Secretary of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

6. AJIT DOVAL: Ajit Doval is an IPS officer from the 1968 batch. He has made remarkable name during his tenure as an IPS officer. He played an active role in insurgencies operations in Mizoram, Punjab and Kashmir. He has done a commendable job in the termination of hijackings of 15 Indian Airlines aircraft. He also stayed in Pakistan one amongst the most riskier assignment. He later joined the intelligence bureau and is currently holding the position of National Security Adviser to PM Narendra Modi.Doval works on strategy of Strengthening, reviving and ensuring coordination among the security and intelligence apparatus that were systematically dismantled by the previous regime.

7. SHANMUGAM MANJUNATH: This brave officer worked as a sales manager for Indian Oil Corporation and worked actively to stop selling of adulterated fuel. His courageous nature and honesty made him one of the most commendable officers the country has seen. He was the one who has raised his voice against selling of adulterated fuel that was taking place in two petrol pumps at Lakhimpur Khiri, Uttar Pradesh. After this he ordered to seal these petrol pumps. He went on surprise raid and did not come back as he was shot dead by six bullets. That was a day the entire country hung its head in shame and despair.

8. SHIVDEEP WAMAN LANDE: He joined as civil servant in 2006 as an IPS officer. E is always there in the news for good reasons. He has gained great popularity in Patna. In his tenure of 10 months He arrested many criminals who were selling fake cosmetic products. He worked towards women safety and under his tenure, the crime rate of Patna dropped drastically. He was a great man with morals and ethics.  He donates 70 percent of his salary to society work which include marriages of poor girls and building hostels for poor students. He took strong action against eve teasers and has been very easily accessible to the people. It is said that he receives hundreds of messages everyday and he makes sure that each message is attended to. He also helps in eliminating illegal wine shops in his jurisdiction. When he was transferred from Patna, people of Patna took out Candle march and protested against government.

9. V. V. LAKSHMINARAYANA: Lakshminarayana is a common man who often takes the bus to work. He was a humble man and worked against corruption and exposed many corrupt officers. He became the Joint Director of Central Bureau of Investigation and handled over 19 high profile cases including the Satyam scandal, Gali Janardhana Reddy’s illegal mining case of Obulapuram Mining Company, Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy ‘s disproportinate assets case and Sohrabuddin Sheikh’s fake encounter case. He is also known for arresting Jagan Mohan Reddy and giving amazing, high impact speeches.

10 .S.R. SANKARAN: This former IAS officer was commonly known as “an ideal people’s IAS officer”. He remained unmarried so that he could serve the society and also contributed to the education of over 500 poor students. He died due to illness in 2010 but he will always be remembered as a “people’s man”. He played a crucial role in creating pro-poor policies and was the man behind the abolition of bonded labour, the creation of the special component plan for SCs & STs

We should pay our gratitude towards all these amazing officers who inspire us and help us believe that there are many people who work for good and build their name in the nation.
these are the real civil servants who has helped in wiping out the evil from the nation. All the upcoming officers should work on their footsteps. These Kind of people make us feel Proud to be an Indian.

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