“aim 2 b a civil servant soon”. Yes, Harshika who is a masters from LSE (MSc. in economic history), stood eighth in the merit list and fulfilled her dream of becoming a civil servant.
A product of Bishop Westcott School and St Xavier’s college, Harshika returned from London to plunge into UPSC preparations. A year ago, she was selected for allied services, but she knew she would make it to IAS. As is quoted in a newspaper report Harshika was fascinated by cars with red beacons since her childhood. And that was her first motivation to work hard and achieve using such a VIP car!
The other students from Dhoni’s Jharkhand who also came out with flying colours included Ajay Katesaria (28th rank), Chandra Mohan Thakur (36th rank), Ravi Shankar Shukla (39th rank), Pallav Gopal Jha (93rd rank) and Harsha Vardhan Mandava (165th rank). Mandava is son of MV Rao, an IPS officer.
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Action and AppointmentsThe UPSC will be conducting the Indian Police Service limited competitive examination 2012 at 7 centres on 20th, 21st and 22nd May, 2012. All candidates found eligible were issued e-admit cards through post.