Report: Anjali Singh Rajput, Lucknow
The daughter of the outpost in-charge posted at Thana Kakori, Lucknow has raised the honor of her father by becoming an IAS. Meet Suresh Narayan Mishra, the sub-inspector of Kakori police station on AtZ News Local, whose eldest daughter worked hard to secure the 432nd rank in the UPSC examination with the entire family. Police officer Suresh Narayan Mishra told that his daughter Jyoti Mishra was promising in studies from the beginning. She did her schooling from Rae Bareli and at the age of 16, Jyoti enrolled in Delhi University’s B.Com. Presently Jyoti Mishra is serving in the Home Ministry of Delhi. As soon as he got the information about his daughter becoming an IAS by his wife, his eyes moistened with tears of happiness. Will go to seek blessings of her grandfather.
Being in the police could not give to the daughterTime
He told that while working in the police, he could not give time to his daughter. He only provided resources to his daughter and the daughter has made her and the whole family proud by taking the UPSC exam with her hard work. Being a little emotional, Suresh Narayan says that he never imposed his will on the children. Apart from Jyoti, he has two more daughters who are also studying. The whole department is congratulating him on the success of his daughter.
Wife told that daughter became officer
Sub Inspector Suresh Kumar Mishra told that on the day the UPSC results came, Jyoti had first given this good news to her mother. After this, when his wife called him, he was on his way to the court and as soon as his wife called him. He got emotional when he heard the news that his daughter has passed the UPSC exam. He called his daughter and said that you have enhanced my honor. During the phone conversation both father and daughter got emotional. Told that no one in the whole family could reach such a high position where Jyoti has reached.
Officer made in second attempt at the age of 23
Jyoti Mishra, who secured the 432nd rank in the UPSC examination, has become an officer at the age of 23. Yes, Jyoti Mishra told that this was her second attempt. Of the UPSC examination in which she has been successful. She was not successful in the first attempt. He told that when he saw his name in the list of UPSC examination, his eyes filled with happiness and first he called his mother and sisters and gave the news. She further told that she started preparing for UPSC exam from B.Com second year itself. She says that coaching is not as important role in UPSC exam as self study is. Till self study. After this coaching and then he got success in second attempt. It doesn’t matter how many hours you study, he told that the importance is how much diligent and how hard you are studying She also told that whatever responsibility is given to her, she will fulfill it well.
FIRST PUBLISHED : June 03, 2022, 09:35 IST