Ansar Shaikh The Youngest IAS Officer
The UPSC civil service exam is viewed as probably the hardest exam in the nation. Lakhs of individuals take the exam and a couple hundred make the cut eventually.
Just a legitimate blend of difficult work, direction, and relentlessness can help UPSC hopefuls break the IAS exam.
Numerous up-and-comers, in spite of having all the solaces and instructing that cash, can purchase, neglect to clear the IAS exam. In any case, some decided and fanatically constant up-and-comers make progress in spite of all chances stacked against them.
Every day Comprehensive News Analysis. One such moving individual is IAS Topper Ansar Ahmad Shaikh, who cleared the UPSC 2016 in his absolute first endeavor.
He made sure about AIR 361 and he was only 21; beating Roman Saini who was 22 when he turned into an IAS official. He is as of now filling in as Sub-Divisional Officer (SDO) at Dinhata, Cooch Behar, West Bengal.
Ansar is the child of Yonus Shaikh Ahmad, an autorickshaw driver from Jalna’s Shelgaon town in the Marathwada area of Maharashtra.His mom worked in the fields.
His more youthful sibling, Anees exited school in standard VII. Anees worked in a carport to help the family and help his sibling plan for the IAS exam.