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Deshal Dan, Rajasthan Tea seller’s son secures 82nd rank in first attempt

deshal danDeshal Dan Charan, a resident of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, made the headlines after passing the Union Public Service Commission exam on Friday.

The small-town resident secured the 82nd place for himself when the UPSC results for 2017 were declared on Friday.

Originally from the Sumalai village of Jaisalmer, Deshal Dan had a modest start. His father Kushaldan Charan is a tea salesman in Jaisalmer and has had problems for most of his life. He had to take loans to make sure his son finished his studies.

With almost no good institute for higher education in Jaisalmer, Deshal Dan’s selection for civilian services is a moment of pride for everyone. Not only his father and his family but all people will also join Deshal Dan to celebrate this moment.

Twenty-eight-year-old Deshal Dan has also been selected for the Indian Forest Service.

Kushal Dan Ratnu, 60, who has a teahouse on Union Circle in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, could not stop smiling every Saturday. There was a steady stream of people coming to their homes from Friday night when the results of the review of all 2017 India Civil Services were declared.

The deal, 28, of Ratnu, got position 82 in his first attempt in what is considered the most difficult to maintain.

“I’ve worked hard for my family, which I’m thinking of giving back now, it will satisfy me when people in our tea room talk about my son’s hard work, he was an example for those who want to succeed in their lives.” the PTI news agency quoting Kushal Dan.

It was his first attempt and Deshal said he had passed the exam without any formal training.

“My older brother, who was in the Indian Navy, was an inspiration to me, my family continued to support me in difficult times, and my dad sold tea for several years to Union Chauraha,” Deshal said. PTI.

A graduate of IIT, Jabalpur, Deshal, a resident of the village of Sumerlai, finished his tenth year in Jaisalmer, the twelfth of Kota, and moved to New Delhi to prepare for the civil service exam with his friends.

Fourth among five brothers, Deshal also got the fifth place in the forest services of India. An older brother helps his father in the tea room, while another is a cattle rancher.

One of his brothers died in a naval accident. His younger brother studies in a Navodaya Vidyalaya.

Desha’s cousin, Shankar, said his uncle never went to school but provided an environment and facilities for his children’s education, but he also encouraged them to achieve their goals. “The fight of Deshal’s father is the main reason behind the success of his son,” said Shankar.

“Despite the financial constraints, my uncle hoped that one day his son would realize his dream, he even borrowed money for Deshal to finish his studies.”

Excited by the phone calls of congratulations from the people of his city, Deshal said that proper advice for students in remote areas can steer them in the right direction. Hard work is unmatched, he said.

Based on the performance of last year’s review, the UPSC recommended a total of 990 candidates, 750 men, and 240 women, to be appointed to various central government departments.

While Anudeep, the head of Durishetty’s Indigenous Revenue Department, led the coveted public service review in 2017, Anu Kumari and Sachin Gupta took second and third place respectively.

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  1. adhishwari.p says:

    congradulations brother.

  2. adhishwari.p says:

    congratulations brother

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