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Akshat Jain- 23-yr-old IIT Graduate cracks UPSC Civil Services & secured AIR 2nd Rank

Clearing UPSC exam needs some serious piece of hard work, grit and determination. Students who get started on the path towards achieving their goals always give their heart to pull off something special.

There are one set of students with never give up attitude who make attempt after attempt till they clear the exam and there is Akshat Jain, a 23-years-old IIT-Guwahati Graduate who came through with flying colours by cracking the UPSC Civil Services exam in the second attempt itself and he secured AIR 2nd rank in 2018.

Credits: TheGuwahatiTimes

Hailing from Jaipur, Rajasthan, Akshat completed graduation in Designing from IIT Guwahati in 2017.

After he completed his graduation, Akshat attended UPSC Civil Services exam for the first time. But he was not able to crack the preliminary exam as he missed by a whisker of just two marks in his first attempt due to insufficient preparation.

Absolutely gutted with himself, Akshat started his ideal preparation for the civil services. He worked hard day and night to cover the concepts from scratch and was desperate to crack the exam. In his second attempt, Akshat gave absolutely everything and he cracked the UPSC Civil services exam.

For Akshat, his dream to join the civil services perhaps started a long time ago on seeing both his parents be an integral part of the civil service.

Akshat’s father, DC Jain works as a Joint Director in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), New Delhi and his mother, Simmi Jain, is an Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer who is posted as ADG of National Academy of Customs, Indirect Taxes and Narcotics (NACIN) in Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Anything is possible in life with substantial inputs of interest, hard work, grit and determination. Akshat set a great example to other aspirants that there is always a next chance if one fails in the first attempt.

Let’s appreciate Akshat Jain on his success. The Youth wishes him best of luck for his future endeavours.

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Written by Sagar Abhinandan

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