The bus driver’s son is now an IPS officer; Proud to be proud of KSR TC – News18 Kannada

Bangalore: UPSC results have been out recently. Many candidates pass the UPSC Exam with their hard work. There is also a story behind one of the pros (Inspiring Stories). There is no doubt that it inspires many. Here, too, we are introducing the brightly shined talent amidst similar hardships. His name is Anurag Daru. Raised in Bhalki in the Bidar district of North Karnataka, she went to the UPSC Civil Service Examination to wear an IPS hat. Thereby, the family disappeared among the people of Huttur. After earning a rank of 569 in the UPSC Civil Service Examination, Anurag Daru is gearing up to become an IPS.

Congratulations from KSRTC

Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has organized a congratulatory ceremony to celebrate the success of Anurag Daru. KSRTC President M Chandrappa and Managing Director V Anbukumar felicitated Anurag and his parents Manik Rao, Kashibai. According to Transport Department officials, Anurag Daru’s father is a driver of KSRTC at Baliki depot of Bidar section.

Anurag background

Speaking about his achievement, Anurag Daru said that he was an engineer by education and passed the exam in the fifth attempt. Speaking further on his academic qualifications, he has done his engineering in Electrical and Electronics. As well as taking history as their optional subject. Prior to completing the UPSC civil service exam, Anurag Daru worked at Tata Power for one and a half years.

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Consecutive effort from 2017

My journey had ups and downs. I have been trying since 2017 and have passed the UPSC-2021 civil services exam on my fifth attempt. My parents have been very supportive of me, ”he said.

My father focused on providing the best education possible

Anurag Daru said he has five siblings. His three elder sisters are married to a computer engineer. His younger brother said he was studying MS in orthopedics. Speaking about his father, he said that his father was a hard worker and always emphasized to educate his children.

Pass the UPSC exam twice, even if it is not seen

Mysore-based KT Meghana is a role model for others. Yes Meghana has a vision problem. Meghna, who has a vision problem of 70 per cent, has passed the UPSC exam twice. Meghana K.T. He’s got a 425th rank. Meghna was also selected for the exam in 2020. But the low ranking background had once again taken the test. Meghana was originally a resident of Kudakur village in Periyapatana taluk of Mysore district. Meghana is currently living with her family in Kengeri, Bangalore. Meghana, daughter of Tandavamurthy and neonatal couple, lost 70% of their vision in the 10th grade reading retina problem. Despite losing her vision problem, Meghana, who is unstoppable, continues to achieve her disability.

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