(Success Story) Mysore Girl B. Sindhu has bagged the 17th rank in UPSC Exam

https://iasexamportal.com/images/upsc.JPGB. Sindhu, a girl from the city, has bagged the 17th rank in the examination conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) recently.
Sindhu, an Electronics and Communication engineering graduate, is the daughter of Prof. K.L. Bhargava Ram and Prof. C.K. Nalinakshi, residents of T.K. Layout here.

Sindhu is learnt to have studied at Rotary West School, Sadvidya School and National Institute of Engineering (NIE). She was said to have been selected in a campus interview at NIE and worked for two years at a software firm in Bangalore. After relinquishing the job, she prepared for an year for the UPSC examination and came out with flying colours in her first attempt itself.

Sindhu chose Public Administration and Social Science as her subjects for IAS examination, real tough nuts to crack for an engineer and she did it excellently. Speaking to the media, Sindhu said: "A desire to excel coupled with effort definitely pays. I took IAS coaching for a short time in Bangalore but the rest of the hard work was my own."

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Courtesy: Starofmysore.com