Aishwarya Sheoran is a former Miss India finalist and worked as a model. Her dream was to become an IAS officer. After securing 93rd rank in CSE 2019, her dream came true of qualifying UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019.
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“My mother named me Aishwarya after Aishwarya Rai because she wanted me to become Miss India, and I was eventually chosen in the top 21 finalists for Miss India,” said Aishwarya while talking to the reporters after her name appeared in the list.
Sheoran modelling journey began with beauty pageant, Delhi Times Fresh Face. After participating in various others, she was asked to take part in Miss India.
Aishwarya Sheoran told reporters that it was her dream and she always wanted to be a Civil Servant. To get to her dreams, she took a break from her modelling career and dedicated her time for Civil Services Exam.
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She was good in her academics and said that she never took any coaching to clear the exam.
“I had to switch off my phone, social media, everything, to focus on the exam and the result is here. But it’s not that I suddenly generated interest in studies. I was always studious”, she said.
During her school she was the head girl and a science student. Later she got admission in Sri Ram College of Commerce. Colonel Ajay Kumar, her father, is the Commanding Officer of NCC Telangana Battalion, Karimnagar.
“I thought I should try for civil services for diversity in the family and the ultimate idea is to serve the nation. In the army, there are opportunities for women to grow, but it is still very limited. In civil services, there is no limit to what a woman can achieve.” Aishwarya said.
The Civil Services Results 2019 had been released on August 4, 2020, on upsc.gov.in. The interviews or the personality tests were completed from February to August due to pandemic after which the results have now been declared.