Harshita Singh’s Remarkable Success in UPPSC PCS-J Exam
We often hear success stories of UPSC candidates, who battled all odds to clear the prestigious exam. Today, let us take a look at the success story of Harshita Singh from Lucknow, who achieved success in the Provincial Civil Service – Judicial Exam (PCS-J) of the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC). She secured the sixth rank, that too in the first attempt. It is not easy for aspirants to clear the PCS-J on their first attempt. With the right strategy and hard work, anything is possible. Harshita Singh has achieved this success based on honest efforts, excellent strategy, and dedication.
Early Life and Education
According to reports, Harshita has completed her schooling at Loreto Convent, Lucknow. After this, she obtained her LLB degree from the National Law University of Punjab. Harshita has always been a University topper. She had won eight gold medals at the University.
Talking about Harshita’s family, her mother is a housemaker as well as a social worker. Her father, Vinod Bhakuni, was a senior scientist at the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). He was awarded the Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar Award. Harshita has a brother named Abhyudaya, who is a software engineer in America.
Her Unique Preparation Strategy
Harshita was very clear from the very beginning about the preparation strategies for the PCS-J exam. Instead of enrolling in the coaching center, she made up her own strategy. She used to study for eight to ten hours every day. She used to practice writing for half an hour every day for the preparation of Mains. In a media interaction, she said that she believes that answers should have examples of some current topics that make them more relevant.
“Answers should have examples of some current topics that make them more relevant.” – Harshita Singh
A Career Decision that Defined Her Path
After completing her LLB, Harshita got a job offer from a big law firm in Delhi with a package of Rs 27 lakh. She accepted it. After working for some time, she soon realized that it was not giving her satisfaction. She wanted to help and serve people, which she was not able to do with this job. Even though she was earning more than Rs 2 lakh a month, she decided to leave it. Then suddenly, one day, she decided to appear for the Civil Judge Recruitment Examination. First, she was selected for MP PCS J, where she ranked 27th. She wanted to become a judge in UP. So she appeared for the UPPSC PCS-J exam and cracked it on her very first attempt with a 6th rank.
Harshita Singh’s journey from a successful corporate career to achieving the 6th rank in the UPPSC PCS-J exam is truly inspiring. Her dedication, unique preparation strategy, and desire to make a meaningful impact on society have set her on a remarkable path. She reminds us that with the right mindset and unwavering determination, one can overcome any obstacle and achieve their dreams.