The journey of UPSC aspirants

Eagerly waiting for “The Hindu” in the morning

Reading it as if it’s not less than any holy book for us

Yeah, sounds strange to those who read newspaper having tea just to flip pages

But that way won’t work for us

We need to watch the details and some editorials do demand to read between the lines

Those fancy vocabulary used sometimes makes no sense

As they say when things become a necessity you have to do it even it sounds non sense

Our friends spend time browsing stuffs that are amusing and mesmerizing

And we  searching the newly formed policies on google and then memorizing

Sometimes it’s the scheme that is in news

Sometimes it’s the recently launched satellite

Sometimes it’s the blockchain, IOT etc..

Sometimes it’s the conventional methods practised in ancient history

Many of us may forget the name of our own pet but we won’t forget the name of the most endangered species on this earth

When others complete the T.V. series watching all the episodes in a day then brag about it

We are busy watching the lectures on Unacademy and You tube so that reading books don’t seem boring

This exam don’t care about your background

It brings all of us on the same platform

You may be an IIM graduate or an IITian

You may be a doctor or working in a most reputated company earning in lakhs

This exam has got nothing to do with whether you were a topper or didn’t do academically well in your school days

It provides equal opportunity to each and every one to crack this exam provided you should be ready to give whatever it takes to make it happen

Sometimes you may have to go through the arduous journey to achieve the most beautiful zenith waiting for your arrival

 

 

 

 

Author: Jyoti Meena😊

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6 thoughts on “The journey of UPSC aspirants”

  1. In my opinion, there is no point in becoming IAS unless you don’t work for the people especially oppressed and poor. Most of the people wants to become just for the status and reputation, they don’t become IAS to serve the people. Before becoming IAS, everyone says ‘I will do this, I will do that for people & I will change the system’ but once they become IAS they forget all these things. It’s easy to talk big but when you enter the system, you realize that all are corrupt from top to bottom and you can’t fight with them alone. They either become like them or shut their mouth. Then, what’s the point in becoming IAS. There’s only few like Ashok Khemka who are fighting against system.

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