UPSC Result: Akhila had lost her right hand at the age of just 5, even after that she did not let it become an obstacle in her path and set a record by achieving success in civil services.
UPSC Result: The final result of UPSC has been declared. In the results of this time also, many candidates have achieved great success in the highest examination of the country despite the odd circumstances. The success story of Akhila BS, who got 760th rank in the Civil Services Examination, is quite inspiring.
Actually, when Akhila was just 5 years old, she had an accident with a bus. Akhila’s right hand was amputated in this accident. But despite this, Akhila did not let it become a hindrance in her path and has achieved success in the most prestigious and difficult examination of the country.
Akhila’s father K Buhari is a former headmaster of Kaul Hill Government Girls High School. Akhila’s father K Buhari and mother Sajina Biwi had met with an accident on September 11, 2000. During this, Akhila’s right hand had come down from the shoulder, after which the doctor had asked doctors from Germany to consult her. The German medical team in India examined Akhila, but even after that her hand could not be fixed.
After this incident, Akhila started doing her daily work with her left hand and learned to write with her left hand only. He secured the highest marks in the board exams. After this, he studied MA in IIT Madras and started preparing for civil examination.
Akhila has achieved success in the Civil Services Examination in the third attempt. In her first two attempts, Akhila cleared the preliminary examination. Sharing her experience, Akhila says that she is very happy and thankful to God.
Akhila told that one of my teachers told me about the profession of collector, hearing which I got inspired and started preparing for UPSC exam. Started preparing for civil only after graduation in 2019. I gave the exam in 2020, 2021, 2022. All the three times I got success in pre, for the first time I got success in finals.
I followed every topper, tried to learn from them. I did coaching in Bangalore for a year. After that I came back to Kerala and took help from an institute in Thiruvananthapuram. There have been many ups and downs in my journey, but I have always worked hard for it.
It was very difficult for me to sit and study for 4-5 hours everyday. Sitting continuously using the left hand was a painful experience. It was also challenging for me to write continuously for 3-4 hours. I used to get tired. For the mains exam, I had to write for three consecutive days. It was very challenging.
Let us tell you that for the second time in a row, 4 out of the top 5 successful candidates in IAS are women. A total of 933 candidates have been successful in this exam out of which 613 are male and 320 are female.