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Visually impaired girl cracks IAS in first attempt

Updated On 2016-05-14 09:23:17 Exclusive

Pranjal Patil, the visually impaired girl from Ulhasnagar cracked IAS exam this year with a rank of 773. The Ulhasnagar girl lost her vision completely when she was just six, but she still prepared her mind to become an IAS officer at her childhood.

Know how she cracked the IAS exam:

Patil told the DNA about her exam preparation, "I love to read and the entire process of academics excites me. I studied on my own and took test series from ALS academy in Delhi."It is not easy to crack the IAS in the first attempt, but Patil did it. "There were times when I was marred with doubts and disbelief regarding my ambition that. I think that when you have doubts, then only you get motivated." she added. 

Know her education qualification:

Patil did her graduation in Political Science from Mumbai's St. Xavier's College and Master of Arts in International relations from Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). "In my education technology played an important role. I got this software installed on my computer which would read out chapters from various books for me," she said.

Regarding her posting, the Ulhasnagar girl said, "I do not know what they (UPSC) will give me. But whatever it is I am up for the challenge."

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