IAS Ankita Choudhary: When Ankita from Rohtak district of Haryana appeared for the civil services examination for the first time in 2017, she was not successful but in her second attempt she achieved All India Rank 14. Ankita Chaudhary, a resident of Meham, Rohtak, graduated from Hindu College, Delhi after intermediate.

After this, she made up her mind about UPSC, although before that Ankita had been admitted in post-graduation. Ankita Chaudhary did not appear for the UPSC Civil Services Examination until she completed her post-graduation. After obtaining his master's degree, he started preparing for UPSC exams.


Mother had died in a road accident.
Ankita's mother had died in a road accident while she was studying. This incident deeply shocked Ankita but she did not let herself become weak. He paid tribute to his late mother by becoming an IAS officer. In this his father fully supported him.



Success in the second attempt

When Ankita appeared for the UPSC exam for the first time, she failed, but she analyzed her shortcomings and improved them in the second attempt, and prepared in a better way. He believes that by correcting the shortcomings every time, you can make your preparation much stronger.



Ankita took the UPSC exam for the second time in 2018 with a solid strategy and dedication. This time Ankita achieved All India Rank 14. Ankita gives credit for her achievement to her father and her hard work. Ankita says that it is very important for any competitor to practice writing answers for the main examination of Civil Services.