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Meet IFS Tamali Saha Who cleared upsc cse ias exam in first attempt just after completed her graduation – Gave UPSC exam the same year she completed her graduation, got 94th rank, but did not choose the post of IAS, Education News

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UPSC Success story: We daily bring stories related to UPSC exam for those candidates who are dreaming of becoming IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS. We all know that it is difficult to pass this exam, but there are some candidates who clear this difficult exam in the first attempt. Today we are talking about 23-year-old Tamali Shah, resident of West Bengal, who passed the UPSC Civil Services Examination in her very first attempt. He has now been appointed as an Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer. Let us know about them, how they achieved success.

Tamali Shah has been good in education since the beginning. After completing his school education, he took admission in UG courses in Zoology from Kolkata. He started preparing for UPSC exam during his graduation studies. Let us tell you, Tamali Shah took her graduation degree in the year 2020, then she appeared in the UPSC exam in the same year. He passed the UPSC exam with 94th rank in his first attempt. In the year 2021, she became an IFS officer at the age of 23 and was allotted home cadre i.e. West Bengal cadre.

Tamali has cracked the UPSC exam without any coaching. He believes that, if someone thinks that he can clear the exam with the help of self study, then he should listen to his heart and have faith in himself. Let us tell you, from the very beginning, she used to dream of becoming an officer after giving the UPSC exam. When he was selected for the final interview of UPSC, his happiness knew no bounds.

After being selected in UPSC, she expressed her happiness on the social media platform and wrote, “I never thought that I would be able to pass the All India Service. This has given me the confidence to work harder, which will help me achieve my goals. To achieve is like penance. My UPSC journey has been tremendous. I am grateful to those people who have been my strength in this journey.