Left Job of Scientist, began preparing for UPSC and finally becomes Lady IPS officer

The Civil Services Examination (CSE) is considered one of the toughest exams in India conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. Everyone dreams to clear the Civil Services Exam, but very few are fortunate to crack the exam.

There is nothing that can stop a woman from touching the pinnacle of success. Tripti Bhatt proved that a girl can do anything to fulfill her dreams. What really makes the story interesting is that she was working for ISRO as a scientist but she left ISRO and started preparing for UPSC.

IPS Tripti Bhatt hails from Almora district and comes from a family of teachers. She is an IPS officer of the 2013 batch. From the very beginning, she had a dream to become an IPS officer.

Tripti Bhatt obtained a Mechanical Engineering degree from Pantnagar University. After completing B.Tech, she started getting several job offers from government and non-government institutions. Not only this, Tripti also got an offer from ISRO, but her only goal was to become an IPS.

So she rejected all job offers. After rejecting all job offers, Tripti focused all her attention on preparing for the civil services exam. She continued her preparation for the civil service. After years of hard work, she finally fulfilled her dream by cracking the civil services examination in 2013 and became IPS officer.

After the training was completed, she was first posted in Vikas Nagar, Dehradun, where she took strict action against the mining mafia and put them into jail. IPS Tripti Bhatt was serving as SSP in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district for a long time as well as the chief commander of SDRF. Tripti Bhatt has been awarded the Scotch Award for the year 2020 for the good social work done by SDRF in Uttarakhand during the Coronavirus pandemic.

During COVID-19, Uttarakhand Police and SDRF team set a beautiful example of humanity by helping the poor and needy. IPS Tripti Bhatt also participated in this. Tripti Bhatt was awarded the Scotch Award for her commendable work. IPS Tripti Bhatt has made Uttarakhand proud by receiving this award.

The Youth salutes officers like IPS Tripti Bhatt who not only made her parents proud but also the entire nation. The woman with social intelligence is indeed an inspiration for the futuristic aspiring minds to bring a change in the society.

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.