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UPSC CSE: A few days ago, SDM (Sadar) of Firozabad district of Uttar Pradesh, Kriti Raj was in the news. Just as earlier King Maharaja used to roam around from place to place in disguise to know the condition of his subjects, IAS officer Kriti Raj also adopted a similar method to know the reality of a hospital. He inspected a government hospital secretly. Here she wore a veil and reached the hospital posing as a patient. He found many shortcomings in the hospital, seeing which he severely reprimanded the staff there. The video of SDM Kriti Raj in veil also went viral on social media. 2021 batch IAS officer Kriti Raj is originally from Jhansi district.

Kriti had secured 106th rank in UPSC Civil Services Examination 2020. He had scored 798 marks in UPSC main written examination and 184 marks in interview. His total marks were 982 marks. Kriti, who belonged to the OBC category, got IAS service and UP cadre due to her good rank. Kriti, who is very active on social media, has more than 1 lakh followers on Instagram. Fans also praise her beautiful photos a lot.

    

Kriti Raj received her early education from Jhansi. Took admission in St. Francis Convent School, Jhansi. Studied from here till tenth standard. Studied 12th from Jai Academy. After this, Kriti did B.Tech in Computer Science from BIET Jhansi. He was not interested in any corporate job. She wanted to do something at the grassroots level. For this he started an NGO for women and children. During this time, he decided to prepare for UPSC so that he could help more and more people. In his very first attempt, he cracked the UPSC Civil Services Exam, considered to be the toughest in the country.

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During preparation, he studied for 8 to 10 hours every day. When he took the UPSC exam, the country was in the grip of Corona virus. In the second wave of Corona, his father was infected with Covid and his condition became quite serious. He had to be admitted to the district hospital. At that time Kriti was alone with him, she used to sleep on the floor.