IAS Saumya Sharma Biography who lost her ability to hear at 16
It is not easy to clear UPSC exam. It becomes even more difficult for disabled people. How to face the challenges in life, we should learn this from IAS Saumya Sharma.
It is not easy to clear UPSC exam. It becomes even more difficult for disabled people. How to face the challenges in life, we should learn this from IAS Saumya Sharma. The life of every candidate who clears the UPSC exam is inspirational. Today we have brought the story of such an IAS officer who cannot listen. But the position he has achieved by cracking the exam in her first attempt is inspiring for all. Let us know the journey of his life and what strategy she made to pass the exam.
Who is Saumya Sharma?
Saumya Sharma is a resident of Delhi. She is posted in Maharashtra Cadre. Prior to this she was in Delhi Cadre. At the age of 23, Saumya has cracked this exam in her first attempt. Saumya’s parents are doctors. Saumya has been a bright student since her school days. She topped class X as well. Saumya completed her schooling from Doon Public School, Paschim Vihar. She got a law degree from the National Law School.
She had lost his hearing at the age of 16
Saumya had lost her hearing when she was 16 years old. Even after losing 90 to 95 per cent hearing ability, instead of being despondent, She was determined to move forward. She solved this problem through hearing machine and continued his studies further.
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Secured 9th rank in the country in her first attempt in UPSC exam
Saumya started preparing for UPSC Civil Services Exam 2017 from the last year of her studies when she was studying law. In the same year he gave prelims and mains exam and got 09th rank in country in first attempt. IAS Saumya Sharma made her family proud by passing this exam at the age of 23.
She gave Mains paper in fever
IAS Saumya Sharma’s health had worsened before the UPSC Mains exam, she had a very high fever. She could not even get up from the bed but she did not give up. She gave exam even in her unconscious state. Saumya was included in the category of person with disability as she had lost her hearing but refused to fill UPSC Civil Services form under handicapped quota and opted for general category