UPSC Civil Service Exam is one of the toughest competitive exams in India. The key strategy to crack UPSC IAS Exam is persistent and constant hard work.
In 2010, T.V. Anupama did the whole of Kerala proud by securing 4th in the Civil Services Examination. She had a meticulously defined strategy to achieve her dream goal of becoming an IAS officer. She always wanted to be a part of the Indian Administrative system. She thought that it would help her to channelize her potential for the service of the nation. It was her childhood dream to become an IAS officer.
Profile of T.V. Anupama IAS
T.V. Anupama hails from Malappuram district in Kerala. The immense trust in her capability and the support from family helped her to stay focused to achieve her goal. She did her schooling from Vijayamatha Convent High School, Ponnani, and St. Clair’s Higher Secondary School.
She joined BITS Pilani’s Goa campus for BE (Hons) in Electronics Engineering. During her vacation time during graduation, she used to attend Malayalam optional classes conducted in Pala. After finishing her graduation she started preparing for the UPSC IAS Exam.
T V Anupama IAS Date Of Birth
17th October, 1986
Malayalam and Geography were her optional subjects for the Civil Services Mains Examination. Her UPSC exam preparation was a focused and intensive one. Initially, she started preparing for UPSC Mains exam because that is where an aspirant needs to strengthen their concepts. She used to devote 13 to 16 hours a day with books and relevant magazines. She slept six hours without disruption and used to take a 10- or 15-minute rest during studies.
She relied on several magazines, The Times of India and The Hindu for preparing for the general studies paper for UPSC Mains Exam.
Tips from T.V. Anupama IAS
- Aspirants should never opt for an optional subject without an interest in it.
- Constant motivation is an essential element of success.
- Aspirants need not mug up everything for UPSC IAS Prelims. Aspirant’s preparation for the UPSC IAS Mains Exam will automatically help you for the Prelims.
- Knowing facts are not just enough for UPSC IAS Examination.
- Aspirants must read the comments, opinions, and analyses which will help them in answer writing.
- Aspirants should read the newspaper and focus on editorial, national events, economy, environment, International affairs, and science and technology.
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