Manuj Jindal ias, upsc, biography, wikipedia, age, date of birth, rank, posting, wife, salary, mark sheet, attempts, advice, booklist, marriage, wife, net worth, qualification & more
After completing his school he decided to go to the National defense academy for one year but he did not complete it because of his back injury after that he decided to go to the USA for doing a bachelor of commerce and he took admitted to the university of Virginia. At that time he don’t have many to complete his education, therefore, he took a loan, after that he took a corporate job for four years and he manage to pay all his loans.
He got a good job in the corporate world but since childhood, he had dreamed to become an IAS officer. He thinks this corporate world is not enough for him, he wants to satisfy himself, wants to reach out to more people, and help them that’s why he decided to give the UPSC exam.
Manuj Jindal is 10th and 12th class percentage
In 10th class, he score 92% and in class 12th he score 95%, in an interview his father told us that since class one he becomes first in school, his education background is very bright even his school teachers also acknowledged him because of his brilliance in the study.
|Father name||Raman Jindal|
|Mother name||Anamika Jindal|
|Age||34 (as per 2022)|
|Date of birth||12.01.1987|
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How many attempts did Manuj Jindal ias take to clear the UPSC exam?
He took three attempts to clear the UPSC exam. In his first attempt, he did not get any service, in his second attempt he clear the exam but did not get the IAS rank rather he gets Indian post and telecom accounts and finance service but he did not satisfied with his post that’s why he decided to took another chance on the UPSC exam and this time he clear the UPSC exam, he holds 53 ranks in the civil service list.
Manuj Jindal Ias UPSC preparation and Booklist & advice
For many people, a journey through UPSC is an easy one. For Manuj Jindal, a journey through UPSC was a struggle. In fact, after coming back from NDA at the age of 18 due to a back injury, he decided to pursue a career in the government. While pursuing his career in telecom finance services, he was also pursuing his childhood dream of becoming an officer in the Indian Army. Manuj was able to fulfill his dream and secured a top 53 rank in the UPSC examination in 2017. He was unhappy with the lack of preparation he received for the essay paper and answer writing sections. His desire to get into the civil services prompted him to begin preparing for the UPSC exam. Though the syllabus is extensive, the coaching industry offers advice and guidance to students. Fortunately for Jindal, his hard work paid off, as he secured an AIR 53 in his third attempt.
Prelims booklist & advice
Polity- Laxmikanth, Ncert- Indian constitution at work
History- India’s struggle for Independence & spectrum notes
Ancient India- Old ncert By RN Sharma class (XI)
Medieval India- Ncert book class (XI)
Art and culture- Ncert fine arts book, an Introduction to India art class (XI), Living craft tradition of Indian class (Xi), Living craft traditions of Indian By Nitin Singhania.
Environment- Shankar IAS Environment notes & Environment & ecology by Majid Hussain.
Geography- Physic and Human Geography by Goh Chi Leong, Ncert books of class 11th and 12th.
Economy- Indian economy by Sanjiv Verma.
Science- Ncert books of class 12th
Current affairs- For this, he used GK today website & Vision Ias notes on current affairs & InsigtsonIndia.
Paper 2 Booklist
Mc Grawhill General studies paper 2 books, A modern approach to verbal and nonverbal reasoning by rs Agarwal.
UPSC booklist for Mains exam
World history- Class XI old ncert world history book,
Indian History- For ancient history read old ncert books, Medieval- old ncert book & freedom struggle by Bipin Chandra.
Geography- Fundamental of physical geography ncert book, Certificate physical and human geography by G.C Leong.
Sociology- Society in India & social problems in India by Ram Ahuja
polity- Indian constitution at work, You have to use PRS website, from this website you can gather a lot of information from this website.
Governance- Laxmikant & Indian administrative commission website.
International relation- Subharanjan mam’s basic notes,
GS3- Yojna magazine, Kurukshetra magazine, Netiiog reports, Vision IAS current affairs, Use a website called national disaster management report,
Gs4- you have to read the different case studies, you can read the Lexicon book
Manuj Jindal ias optional subject?
His optional subject was management. three-time he appeared in the UPSC exam In 2014 he took on the UPSC exam and he score 103 on paper one and 140 on paper two. On his second attempt, he scores 143 on paper one and 108 on paper two. In his final attempts, he scores 130 on paper one and 151 on paper two in his optional subject.
Manuj Jindal IAS marksheet
|General Studies 1 (paper II)||106|
|General Studies 2 (paper III)||111|
|General Studies 3 (paper IV)||127|
|General Studies 4 (paper V)||105|
|Optional 1 (management VI)||130|
|Optional 2 (management VII)||151|
Manuj Jindal recent rank and posting?
he is the Chief executive officer of Zila Parishad, he is posted in Jalna, Maharashtra. In the year 28.08.2017, he joined as an Ias officer.
Manuj Jindal Ias Salary and Net worth?
According to the Government of Maharasthra, he holds level 10 in the pay matrix. His basic pay was 56,100, his gross salary was 83,313 after calculating his deduction of 6,594 he gets 76,719 as his Net salary + Government contribution was 9,189. He has his youtube channel and he launched his application, if we calculate those two then he earns more than 2lk each month.
Manuj Jindal Ias wife/girlfriend
Manuj Jindal did not marry yet but some news floating on the web that he has a girlfriend but we don’t know her name or anything about her. If we get any information then we will update you.
His training center for tribals
In the North-East States, many tribals live under special laws restricting their civil liberties. Some states have declared themselves disturbed areas, which fuels the vicious cycle of armed rebellions that undermine economy, society, and culture. As a result, the need for such training is imperative. Jacob is a qualified and experienced educator, writer, and policy adviser to tribal governments. He is passionate about educating the next generation of leaders for the benefit of all of our communities.