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Bipasha Kalita: UPSC CSE 2017 Topper, Rank 41
Every year UPSC conducts civil services examination for the recruitment of various civil services like Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services (IPS), and Indian Revenue Services (IRS) etc. The result of UPSC Civil Services Examination was declared in May. This year result came with some interesting stories of toppers.
Anudeep Durishetty an IRS Officer secured 1st rank & becomes the topper of CSE 2017. 2nd rank is secured by Anu Kumari who started her career after her marriage. Sachin Gupta has secured 3rd rank with his dedication & hard work.
Bipasha Kalita has secured 41st rank in CSE 2017. So let’s begin his journey.
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Name: Bipasha Kalita
Hometown: Guwahati, Assam
Year: CSE 2017
Optional Subject: Anthropology
No. of Attempts: 4
Roll No.: 0002222
Graduation: B. A. (Honours)
Post- Graduation: M. A. (Economics)
She has secured 41st rank in CSE 2017 by her dedication and hard work. She comes from a well- educated family. She was born and brought up in Guwahati, Assam. She has seen her family members working hard for the betterment of the country which inspired her to go for civil services to do some contribution for the improvement of the society.
Her father is a retired civil servant, he has dedicated his entire life for the civil services. Her mother is a social worker, she always helped her to achieve her goals. Her younger sister is an IPS officer. Her sister has cleared the UPSC Civil Services Examination 2016 and got recruited in IPS.
Not only this, Bipasha is a married woman. She decided to make her career after marriage and her family and her husband always supported her decision for the civil services. Her husband is currently working in a corporate sector.
She has secured 1070 marks and got 401st rank. She has secured 52.84% in the mains examination. Her marks are given below:
Mandatory/ Compulsory Papers
Essay (Paper 1): 148
General Studies I (Paper 2): 118
General Studies II (Paper 3): 112
General Studies III (Paper 4): 135
General Studies IV (Paper 5): 93
Optional paper I (Paper 6): 147
Optional paper II (Paper 7): 141
Written Total: 894
Personality Test/ Interview: 176
Final Marks: 1070
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She was born and brought up in Assam. She completed her schooling from a school in the Guwahati, Assam. She got 86% in her 10th standard. She is a brilliant student since her school days. She has secured 92% in the 12th class.
After completing her schooling, she opted for B. A. She had done B. A. (Honors) in Economics from Hansraj College, Delhi University. She has secured 61% marks in her graduation. After completing her graduation she goes for higher studies. She had done M.A. in Economics from Christ University.
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She is a motivation to all the candidates who are preparing for UPSC Exams. She motivated people by saying that anyone from any background can clear the exam by taking care of following things.
As she said she always believed that hard work is the key to Success. So never stop doing hard work unless you are not satisfied with your result. Hard work can make you achieve your dreams. If you want to achieve your dreams so, you have to sweat, you have to be determined and focused.
Quitting is not an option. You have to make your spirit dedicated and learn to never give up. Stay focused on your path. Your never quitting spirit will lead you to a successful life. There will be some hard time which is not easy but you have to learn from that time.
Answer Writing Strategy
While writing an answer in mains you must consider the following points:
- Read questions quickly & carefully.
- Mark out questions you know least about.
- Keep the introduction & the conclusion limited. 2 lines for each thing should be fine.
- Includes facts & figures in your answer. Mentioning facts is the smartest way to start an answer in General Studies.
- Use keyword & adjectives in your answer.
- Draw diagrams wherever possible.
- Write the answer body in bullet points.
- Highlight the important points of your answer.
- At the end give suggestions & sum up your answer.
Everyone has to work smartly to achieve success in short span of time. So you have to work smartly with your strategy. The strategy Anmol followed during his preparation are discussed below.
Nowadays everyone is getting smarter day by day so, you have to act smartly with your work also. You have work smartly and as effectively you can. He believed in doing smart work. He also said that in this exam smart work is very important as the syllabus is very huge. So you have to break it down into smaller chunks in order to remember things you’ve read.
By smart work, you can also achieve good or excellent guessing skills which will be needed for your exam. He worked smartly by breaking the syllabus into smaller parts and revise them one by one. So, work smartly and achieve your goals.
It is very important key during your preparation. It will help you to know what is to be done or what not to be. He used to make a timetable for his preparation and follows it. So, you too make a timetable and stick to it. Give time to your studies as well as to your health also.
Read NCERT & Newspaper
If you want to get knowledge of something these are the best two ways you can get effective knowledge. Make notes from NCERT books in bullet points, you can remember them easily. NCERT books are the best ways to gain knowledge.
Read a newspaper daily and make short notes of important news. This will help you to remember and gain knowledge.
You can see some of her interviews by referring to the following links:
List of 2017 Toppers
- Anudeep Durishetty: AIR 1, CSE 2017
- Anu Kumari: AIR 2, CSE 2017
- Sachin Gupta: AIR 3, CSE 2017
- Atul Prakash: AIR 4, CSE 2017
- Pratham Kaushik: AIR 5, CSE 2017
- Koya Shree Harsha: AIR 6, CSE 2017
- Ayush Sinha: AIR 7, CSE 2017
- Soumya Sharma: AIR 9, CSE 2017
- Abhishek Surana: AIR 10, CSE 2017
- Ashima Jain: AIR 12, CSE 2017
- Neha Jain: AIR 14, CSE 2017
- Shikha Surendran: AIR 16, CSE 2017
- Sangh Priy: AIR 92, CSE 2017
- Mudit Jain: AIR 173, CSE 2017
- Sagar Kumar: AIR 13, CSE 2017
- Abhilasha Abhinav: AIR 18, CSE 2017
- Abhijeet Sinha: AIR 19, CSE 2017
- Varjeet Walia: AIR 21, CSE 2017
- Akhil Pilani: AIR 22, CSE 2017
- Shivani Gupta: AIR 121, CSE 2017
- Amandeep Singh: AIR 349, CSE 2017
- Tapasya Parihar: AIR 23, CSE 2017
- Rishi Raj: AIR 27, CSE 2017
- Ankit Pannu: AIR 31, CSE 2017
- Faz Lul Hazeeb: AIR 36, CSE 2017
- Apurva Pandey: AIR 39, CSE 2017
- Aparajita: AIR 40, CSE 2017
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