Yavatmal- Sumit Sudhakar Ramteke from Shirpur in Wani taluka was ranked 356th in the Central Public Utility Commission (UPSC) results released on Monday (May 30). He has achieved this success on the third attempt. Her efforts have inspired children in rural areas like Wani to take competitive exams.
Despite the difficult conditions at home, Sumit worked hard to get to Yashoshikhara. Sumit’s father was an assistant at Gurudev Vidyalaya in Shirpur. Sumit received primary education from her at the Zilla Parishad School in Shirpur. She completed his higher education at Janata Vidyalaya, Wani. B.Tech from IIIT Varanasi after standard 12. He even got a well paid job. However, his dream of entering the administrative service did not come true and he began to prepare for the examination of the Central Commission of Public Services.
Coming from a small town like Shirpur, he got the rank of IPS in the third attempt due to his perseverance, perseverance and hard work. Sumit has appeared twice before for the Public Service Commission exams. For the second time, she was ranked 748th in the Scheduled Caste category. She had joined the ‘Indian Corporate Law Director’ in Delhi. However, she went back to preparing for the exam and managed to become an IPS on the third try.
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Although the trip was a dream come true, the Ramteke family felt that it was the family’s encouragement, their own will and hard work that contributed to Sumit’s success. The contribution of mother Jyotsna and father Sudhakar Ramteke was instrumental in the success of Sumit. ‘Sumit’ has become a role model for rural youth.