in , ,

A village girl fights unemployment, cracks 9 Govt exams in 5 years, now an IAS

There is nothing under the sun that one cannot touch the pinnacle of success with individual talent. At any time, life can change and all one can do is to set goals high and to march towards it each day of life. Pramila Nehra has surprised everyone by clearing 9 government exams.

Though we all dream of getting a government job, very few of us actually get the job because they push themselves beyond boundaries to accomplish their mission. Their ability to look at life with a fresh and positive perspective sets them a class apart from most other people.

Pramila Nehra hails from Sihot Chhoti village in Sikar district of Rajasthan. She was born in 1994 to Jat Rajkumar Nehra and Mankori Devi. Pramila has one sister and one brother. Father is a farmer and mother is a homemaker. Pramila’s brother Mahesh Nehra is a RAC constable and posted in Churu.

According to reports, Pramila Nehra has got government jobs 9 times in 5 years. Out of which she has left 7 jobs and currently she is working as a senior teacher in a government school in Navan Lichara in Nagaur district, Rajasthan.

Pramila secured 9th rank in the state in the School Lecturer Recruitment Examination conducted by the State Public Service Commission (UPSC). She had earlier cracked several examinations including Patwari, Gram Sevak, Women Supervisor, Police Constable, LDC.

Surprisingly, Pramila has cleared all these exams after marriage. Pramila was supported by her husband ‘Rajendra Ranwan’ who is in Delhi Police.

Pramila Nehra says that she does not want to stop in her life. She wants to push herself. People generally stop their studies once they get a government job. She does not want to stop in her life after getting any small success. She wants to touch the pinnacle of success.

Her goal is to pass the UPSC exam and that is the reason why she always gives government exams in order to check her capability. She wants to achieve her goal soon.

Written by Dharam Sikarwar

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.

Azam Khan

Yogi Govt shows Zero tolerance to corruption, likely to seize Azam Khan’s property worth 175cr

Rishi Sunak

Son-in-Law of Infosys’ Narayan Murthy, Rishi Sunak becomes Finance Minister of UK