Upsc Topper: Two Ias From Aurangabad, Virupaksh Vikram Singh Got 49th Rank And Dr. Prem Prakash 130th Rank – Amar Ujala Hindi News Live

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Two promising candidates from Aurangabad have achieved a deep and long streak of success in the Civil Services Examination of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Here Virupaksha Vikram Singh has got 49th rank and Dr. Prem Prakash has got 130th rank.

Virupaksh Vikram Singh is an IPS officer while Prem Prakash is a farmer. are sons

Virupaksh Vikram Singh is a resident of Jamhor village of Aurangabad Sadar block. He is the son of IPS officer Vineet Vinayak. There is a wave of happiness among the entire people of Jamhor on his achievement. There is a rush of people congratulating his house. People say that Virupaksha's success has brought glory to the entire community. Virupaksh Vikram Singh is the great grandson of senior advocate of Patna High Court, late Abhay Kumar Singh. Since childhood, the intelligent Virupaksh Vikram Singh had a dream of serving the country by becoming an administrative officer, which was fulfilled. Dr. Prem Prakash is the son of farmer Ravindra Kumar Choudhary and Rita Devi, residents of Jamuhara in Obra block. The people of the village are very happy on his success.

Last time got 677th rank in UPSC

Dr. Prem Prakash had secured 677th rank in the last UPSC exam. He studied till tenth standard from Vidya Niketan, Daudnagar. Both Prem Kumar and his younger brother Praveen Kumar have been students of this school since nursery. Praveen works in SSB. Whereas his sister Pooja Kumari Chauhan is preparing for medical. Dr. Prem Prakash studied continuously in Vidya Niketan since 2001.

Left Delhi AIIMS job and started preparing for UPSC, got first success in second attempt

After doing MBBS from Bhagalpur in 2013, Prem Prakash got a job in AIIMS Delhi. Later, he resigned from the job and started preparing for UPSC. He also got success in the second attempt, but he wanted to get a better rank. Because of this he started preparing again. This year also he took the UPSC exam and achieved success in his third attempt.

Grandfather's dream was that grandson become IAS

Dr. Prem Prakash's father Ravindra Kumar Chaudhary used to work in Shaktinagar, Uttar Pradesh. His grandfather Ramadhar Chaudhary was working as an operator in Bokaro Steel City. The grandfather said that his dream was that his grandson should become an IAS. Now he is on this path.

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