IAS Lakshmikanth Reddy G – Inspiration for all Poor UPSC Aspirants
Hailing from a farmer’s family in Gunjalli village in Raichur taluk, Karnataka IAS Laxmikanth Reddy’s success at UPSC proves that a candidate from rural background also can make it be in the list of UPSC. His parents Sharatchandra Reddy and Varalakshmi are farmers. It is the appreciable thing that he set an example to other village guys who think they lack resources for this kind of exams and preparations.
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IAS Lakshmikanth Reddy G secured 21st rank in his second attempt only where his first attempt was in 2013.
He was working as a senior financial consultant at a private firm in Hyderabad for the last four years prior he started preparation.
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Educational background of IAS Laxmikanth Reddy G:
IAS Lakshmikanth Reddy G did his schooling at Satya Sai Lokaseva Trust. From Raichur, he pursued a pre-university education in the science stream at SRPS PU College. After entrance exam with highest marks he joined a medical college in Bengaluru, but he did not develop an interest in medical education. As a result, he quit the medical college and joined P.E.S. Institute of Technology for engineering in computer science.
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After graduation, he joined Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad, for studying MBA. He got selected at a campus interview when he was in his 7th semester and joined the Hyderabad-based financial and business advisory firm after completing the course.
Marks obtained by IAS Lakshmikanth Reddy G:
GS mains strategy:
UPSC mains syllabus is very vast and covers most of all the subjects/ topics related with social issues, current issues, policies, polity etc. So wide reading along with the analysis and writing it is very much important. Regular study of more than six hours and daily other activities like playing, hanging out he did throughout his preparation. A proper timetable should be made of 6-7 hours of study and should be neatly followed. Celebrations, wedding ceremonies can be avoided during the preparation of exam. Recalling what you have read is a must. By this way, one can analyse how much extent he can write of the content.
No subject can be categorised as easy or difficult. So it is up to candidate’s interest which he should keep in mind while choosing the optional subject.
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He secured 217 marks for an interview out of 275 which is relatively very good marks and second highest marks.
- Confidence is important while answering
- For a fact-based questions, you should aware of the incidents. Unnecessarily giving wrong data or information will not going to help to crack the interview.
Tips to aspirants:
Laxmikanth told the aspirants to have their own strategy keeping individual strengths and weaknesses into consideration. So use all the sources you have and do not leave it in between once you decide it to go for.
To sum up it, Laxmikanth gave the credit of his success to his family who was with him through thick and thin, his friends for supporting him.