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A 22-year-old boy from Bihar at a very young age passes the country's toughest exam UPSC

Mukund Kumar, Bihar, Madhubani, UPSC, Union Public Service Commission

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Madhubani(Bihar) , 25 Apr 2022

Cracking the country's toughest exam UPSC is a dream of every youth in India. Lakhs of the youth of the country participate in the test held every year, but very few get success in it. Today, we are going to tell you about one such young man. Mukund Kumar, a resident of Baruar in Babubarhi block of Madhubani district of Bihar state, cracked the country's toughest exam called UPSC in his very first attempt at the early age of just 22. Mukund cracked the country's toughest exam in his first attempt. He has secured 54th rank in this examination. Let us tell you that Mukund had given the UPSC exam in the year 2019, whose result came in August in the year 2020. Mukund's father, who achieved great success at a young age, is Manoj Thakur, who runs the booth of Sudha Dairy, and his mother's name is Mamta Devi, who is a housewife. 

Mukund's father lives in a simple environment, and did not let any detriment in his son's studies. The income of the father was not high enough to provide comfort to the family but did not allow any shortage in the needs of the son.Let us tell you that Mukund's father did not get enough income from dairy work to meet the expenses of the family as well as be given complete rest. But Mukund's father did not do anything in his son's studies and so much so that he sold his land to complete his son's education today his son has brought laurels to his name in the whole country.Mukund completed his early education at the village school. After that, he got selected in Sainik Vidyalaya, Guwahati. He completed his education till the 12th from Sainik School, Assam. 

While studying in class 12th, the feeling of going to civil service was awakened in his mind, since then he started collecting information about UPSC. He got very good results in the 12th examination. To complete his further studies, Mukund went to Delhi and completed his graduation in English literature from PGDAV College. During college, he started preparing for the UPSC exam and then appeared in the exam in the year 2019 and cracked a tough exam like UPSC in the first attempt at the age of just 22. Mukund says that before preparing for the UPSC exam, people should have complete knowledge of its syllabus. Mostly it is seen that people have given the UPSC exam two to four times but they are not fully aware of the syllabus of the exam. Secondly, he told that when you prepare for UPSC, then you should have a proper motive for it because when someone has a motive to do any work, then he understands its depth very well.


Tags: Mukund Kumar , Bihar , Madhubani , UPSC , Union Public Service Commission



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