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former dm of mirzapur first became IPS then IAS officer before upsc cse was once a banker – first became IPS, then IAS officer, gave this advice to UPSC cadets, Education News

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UPSC success story: Becoming an IAS officer is a dream for many UPSC aspirants. Every year lakhs of candidates appear for UPSC Civil Services Examination. We all know that preparation for this exam is very difficult, for which one has to work day and night. Today we are going to tell you about an officer who, after passing the UPSC CSE exam, first became an IPS officer and then an IAS officer. Let us know who they are.

IAS Divya Mittal is a 2013 batch officer of Uttar Pradesh cadre. Let us tell you, after passing UPSC CSE in the year 2012, he was selected for the post of IPS. His rank in the examination was 68.

Divya is originally from Rewari, Haryana. Presently he is one of the most popular civil servants in India. She is known for her development work in various districts of UP. She has been the District Magistrate of Mirzapur, Sant Kabir Nagar and other districts.

IAS officer Divya Mittal had studied from here

Before joining the Civil Services, he worked as an investment banker in London. Let us tell you, he has taken B.Tech degree from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. After which he obtained Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Indian Institute of Management (IIT) Bangalore.

IAS Divya made headlines in August 2023 when she was the DM of Mirzapur. He helped in providing water to the people of Lahuriya Dih village. After which the public was impressed by his work. Let us tell you, when he was transferred from Mirzapur, they bid him farewell by showering rose petals on his farewell.

IAS Divya Mitter is very active on social media platform X. Where she keeps giving advice to the candidates preparing for UPSC.

IAS officer says believe in yourself even when no one believes in you. Have faith in yourself especially at that time. Don’t let other people define what you can and can’t do.

Candidates who are preparing for UPSC, remember that whatever you have achieved is not in vain. Therefore, never let your self-confidence diminish.