The woman who lived as a monk to crack IAS: Pari Bishnoi

A typical concern among young people aspiring to be IAS officers is, 'Is the UPSC exam that difficult?' This Fascinating narrative of Pari will be the answer to all your concerns. An IAS with an AIR 30, who once lived the life of a monk to qualify for the Union Public Service Commission examination. Do you want to know how? Keep reading to learn more.

Mar 18, 2023 - 13:32
Mar 19, 2023 - 17:28
The woman who lived as a monk to crack IAS: Pari Bishnoi
Pari was born in the small hamlet of Kakara in Rajasthan’s Bikaner district. Her father Maniram Bishnoi is an advocate, and her mother Sushila Bishnoi is presently employed by GRP as a police officer. Gopiram Bishnoi, Pari's grandfather, held the post of a village sarpanch in Kakra four times. Her parents have always been role models for her and have put a great emphasis on her education.
Pari Bishnoi studied at a convent school in the city of Ajmer. She later relocated to Delhi to pursue her studies at the Indraprastha College for Women. She diligently studied for the civil service examination while also working in her field there. She holds a master's degree in political science from MDS University in Ajmer. Pari also has a lot of passion for teaching and has passed both the NET and NET-JRF exams.

In an interview, Pari's mother revealed that while preparing for the grueling UPSC exam, Pari had deleted all of her social networking profiles, with almost zero social interaction, Pari started to live the life of a monk, focused on nothing but her dream. IAS Pari Bishnoi today gives her mother the credit for inspiring her to follow her dreams. Pari was successful in completing the civil services preparation despite experiencing a number of setbacks. She urges other women to follow their passions and not let the fear of failure halt their progress.

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