A 25-12 months-antique female from Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada district, one of the worst-hit Naxal regions within the United States of America, has got the twelfth rank within the civil services exam, the result of which was declared recently by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Namrata Jain, who hails from Geedam town in Dantewada, ranked 99th in the 2016 civil services examination. She was given Indian Police Service and is undergoing education at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad.
“I always wanted to be a collector. When I changed into Class 8, a lady officer came to my faculty. Later, I told them she had changed into a collector. Her aid of her quietly inspired me. At that time, handiest, I was determined to grow into a collector,” Ms. Jain said. She stated a Naxal-caused blast that hit the police station in her town a long time ago recommended she enroll in the civil offerings to serve the negative and convey improvement to the Maoist-affected area. Naxalism badly torments the place I come from. People there lack basic facilities like training. I need to serve the humans of my country,” stated Ms. Jain, who is hopeful of having Indian Administrative Service (IAS) this time.
She said bringing improvement to Dantewada might be the best way to test Naxalism there.
While her father is a nearby businessman, her mother is a housewife, and her brother aspires to grow to be a chartered accountant. She studied till Class 10 in Dantewada.
After that, she went to Bhilai in Chhattisgarh wh, where she completed a Bachelor of Engineering.