Jaiprakash Shah, the son of a carpenter, set a precedent by ranking all-India 27 in the UPSC exam! – mssewb.org

He grew up in poverty. But there was no lack of concentration. Jaiprakash Shah of Bihar set a precedent by not only passing the Indian Statistical Service (ISS) examination of UPSC but also ranking 27th all-India at the age of twenty-six. Everyone from family to relatives is happy with his success.

This Jaiprakash Shah is a resident of Jokatiya Panchayat in Majhawalia block of Bihar. In 2012, he passed the matric examination from the village school. Then he got admission in Patna Science College. After graduating from there, he got admission in Delhi University. After graduation, he started freelancing in various companies. Since then he took responsibility for his studies.

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Along with freelancing, he continued his studies. Jayaprakash was preparing for various government exams. He participated in the Indian Statistical Service (ISS) examination. Jayprakash achieved success after taking the exam three times. He set a precedent by ranking all India 27th. After the initial training he will be given the responsibility of any high government post.

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Jayaprakash’s father Kanaya Shah is a carpenter by profession. When money is tight in the family, he works as a laborer in a foreign country. Mother Gayatri Devi is a housewife. But at the same time he is associated with cattle and goat rearing. Two brothers are already involved in studies. As a result, even though there were many tensions in the family, his family always supported his son’s studies. At present, the atmosphere of happiness has spread from his family to the village with the success of Jayaprakash.

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