Yet another victory by a twenty nine year old candidate, Rahul Jain. Rahul Jain came out with flying colors, securing the ninth position in UPSC CSE 2019 examination.
UPSC CSE 2019 Rank 9 Ravi Jain
Being in the top 10 list is no casual thing. Candidates who worked hard are the ones who find success. The success stories of many candidates are flowing from town to town, street to street, city to city, state to state and moreover the whole nation is proud of all of them. Because even during the pandemic and other atrocities, the courage and confident that was in each candidate is seen in their results.
Early life and Education
Ravi Jain hails from Jain Temple Street of Deogarh. He completed his schooling from St. Francis School in Deogarh, securing eighty five percent marks in class 10th . For his 11th and 12th he went to MT International School in Delhi, where he secured eighty five percent marks.
UPSC CSE 2019 Rank 9 Ravi Jain joined Netaji Subhash University of Technology for doing Engineering . He got motivated by seeing his elder sister because she was the first engineering graduate in the family. Ashok Jain, Ravis’s father, is a businessman who is into food grain industry. His mother, Mangala Devi is a housewife. After his graduation in 2012, he took up job in Bechtel India Limited, where he worked for three years. Tarachand Jain, Chairman of the Jharkhand State Digambar Jain Religious Trust Board is Ravi’s uncle.
In 2012, he left for his job at Bechtel Limited thinking of his career. After working for three years in Bechtel Limited, he thought that he is not adding any value to his life other than the salary he is getting. He wasn’t feeling so good about it and because of this he quit that job to start preparing for his dream.
” In 2015, while working with Bechtel India Limited,I realized that I was not adding Value to my life which was only salary oriented. Then, I quit the job and started preparing for Civil Services. Though, I always wanted to become an IAS officer, Rank nine was not even my wildest dreams”, said Jain.
Preparing for exam
Ravi started preparing for his UPSC CSE exam. He couldn’t qualify in first three attempts. Because of this, he gave a try to Bihar Public Services Examination (BPSE) wherein he got cleared and started working as a State Tax Officer in Jamui District, Bihar. During his fourth attempt, he didn’t have any confidence as to whether he will pass or no. After so much of failed attempts, he felt low. It was very saddening that he could not clear IAS mains exam last two times because of this he tried so hard and got cleared.
During interview, which he failed twice, he was asked a question of which pillar of the government worked efficiently then. He replied “executive” because in his ideology, even during the pandemics, executive wing worked well even when legislature was dropping down at back. Considering the COVID-19 fact, he said this. Because he lost two interviews, he wasn’t that confident. He just wanted to clear the examination so he appeared for BPSE (Bihar Public Service Examination).
After giving the exam, he took leave from his office as he had to attend the interview. While he returned back to his office, he got to know that he had added a feather to his hat and returned home immediately.
UPSC CSE exam is the one of the toughest examination in India and because of this, it became a challenge to Ravi Jain. Talking about the syllabus he says that it is very vast and almost infinite. He says that he never got enough time to revise and practice it thoroughly. As a result of this, tension and stress started and this is an non negligible factor for most of the aspirants.
Rahul Jains shares his points on how he understood his mistakes. He says that only when you prepare and attempt exams will one understand ones weakness and strength. This before qualifying and after qualifying exam.
Only hard work pays off, he said. He had worked really hard even after failing many times. Though he felt low, he didn’t give up. Being consistent is the main secret behind every successful person. He worked all by himself and did not go for any type of coaching. It is always better to study by yourself as it saves your time. Library was his only spot where he could get all the information. There wasn’t any coachings in Deogarh so he made use to internet as a main source of knowledge. He says to makes use of the library as much as possible.
Last but not the least, he says to stay in touch with individuals who has cleared the UPSC CSE exam in prior years. This will uplift you by the motivation given by them. It also helps you in knowing the areas to focus more on and how to prepare and plan.