Megha Arora, UPSC Topper 2018, Rank 108 Interview, Biography, Marks

by Sandeep | Posted on Friday, May 18th, 2018

Megha Arora D/o DGP Punjab Suresh Arora secured 108 ranks in UPSC exam

Megha Arora Daughter of DGP Punjab Suresh Arora got 108 positions in the list of merits of the public service exam done by UPSC.

From the Punjab daughter DGP to the sarpanch daughter of Haryana village, HT presents five local candidates who have deciphered the UPSC exam.

Megha Arora, 26, Master of Foreign Affairs at the University of London

Megha is the daughter of Punjab DGP Suresh Arora, who is an IPS official from 1982. A former student of Carmel Convent School, Sector 9, studied International Relations at Emory University, USA. UU And he completed his Masters in Foreign Relations at the University of London. She returned to India in 2013. It was the third attempt. Megha had joined the scholarship program for young Indians at Ashoka University.

Megha Arora (26), daughter of Punjab DGP Suresh Arora and resident of the city, was 108th.
Megha earned her BA from Emory University in International Relations. She earned a master’s degree in foreign affairs from the University of London.

It was Megha’s third attempt. “My first preference is the Foreign Service of India (IFS),” he said.
“When I was in third year at the BA, I was interested in international relations, so I decided to go for the IFS,” he said.

Her mother, Sonali Arora, is the Chief Commissioner of Income Tax in Shimla.
“I just did some testing, I did not go to class to train,” he said. Megha Arora had taken the subject of political science and international relations in civil services.
“My mother is my inspiration”

 

Sonepat Girl Anu Kumari brings Glory to Haryana to take second place on the IAS!

Anu (Role 48547) is the best among the candidates who get a second overall rank. He graduated in BSc (Hons) in Physics from the UA and obtained an MBA (Fin & Mkt) from IMT, Nagpur.

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  1. If you fail, don’t give up, because FAIL means First Attempt in Learning.

    Rishi Raj secured All India Rank 27 in the 2017 Civil Services Exam.
    he shares his UPSC exam preparation strategy and experience for the benefit of aspirants preparing for IAS exams.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxbWPmjNREU

  2. Mannat says:

    10 Habits for a Happier CSE Journey BY MeghaArora, IFS (AIR 108, CSE 2017) 🤨👇

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXy5PqGfomY

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