Shubham Kumar, Ias, UPSC, age, date of birth, family, parents, mark sheet, cast, biography, Wikipedia, qualification, optional subject, marriage & girlfriend, posting, salary, rank

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Shubham Kumar, Ias, UPSC, age, date of birth, family, parents, mark sheet, cast, biography, Wikipedia, qualification, optional subject, marriage & girlfriend, posting, salary, rank 

You may be wondering how Shubham Kumar managed to crack UPSC 2020 exam on his third attempt. Despite the fact that he is working as a researcher in the US, he still managed to score a high score and become an IAS officer. This is no small feat. In this article, we will learn about his hard work, aspirations, and life goals. Read on to find out how Shubham surpassed all expectations.

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Shubham Kumar Biography & Wikipedia 

The ardent aficionados of IAS officers must read the biography of Shubham Kumar to know about his life and career. Shubham was born in Kumhari village of Katihar district, Bihar. He is the son of Devnad Singh, a banker and branch manager at the Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank. His mother, Poonam Devi, is a skilled homemaker.

Subham Kumar family

Originally from a small village in Bihar, Shubham Kumar completed his primary and 10th education at a regional school in Bihar he passed with 94% marks in the class 10th exam. He then went on to complete his senior secondary education in Bokaro, Jharkhand with a school level record of 97% in class 12th, before going on to study engineering at IIT Bombay. In 2012, Shubham Kumar was ranked 219th in the engineering entrance examination and was accepted to IIT Bombay, where he graduated with a B.Tech in civil engineering.

Father name- Devnad Singh

Mother name- Poonam Devi

age- 14.02.1997

Date of birth- 25 yr (as per 2022)

cast- S.C

date of joining- 05.12.2021

Id number- 120D01

Contact- 94256*****

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Subham Kumar UPSC preparation and booklist and advice

Binod Bosak, the son of a farmer, was shocked to find out that his son Anil had topped the UPSC civil services exam in his third attempt. An IIT Delhi graduate, he cleared the exam on his third attempt. According to UPSC rules, candidates can take the exam for up to six times till the age of 32, nine times for OBCs, and unlimited chances for SC/STs.

UPSC has declared the results of the Civil Services Examination 2020. The examination was conducted between 8 January and 17 January 2020, followed by an interview on 2 August and 22 September. In order to qualify for the exam, Subham chose anthropology as an optional paper. The aspiring officer was already training for the exam in Pune when the exam was held. Nitish Kumar, the Union Personnel Minister, tweeted his congratulations to the successful candidates.

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Gs1- for history he only read spectrum (modern Indian history) and he focuses on vision ias notes.his booklist was short. For polity, he depends on coaching class notes and the Laxmikant polity book. 

Csat- When he is giving his first attempt at the UPSC exam, he only solves 65 questions. He only attempts fifty questions in his second attempt. 

Mains- In his 2nd attempt, he thoroughly goes through the previous year’s question paper and he realizes that UPSC repeats so many previous year’s questions That’s why he goes through the Previous year’s question papers from 2013 to 2019.

Ethics- Again he depends on coaching class notes and he makes lots of notes on a case study and the discus with his friends about a case study of any particular matter. 

How does he prepare for current affairs?

He uses two newspapers the Hindu and Indian express newspaper for current affairs. In his starting days of preparation, he starts a few notes making from the newspaper. Mains 365 magazine from the coaching institute. 

His optional subject

Social science is his optional subject. He read sociology in college and social science is a part of Sociology that’s why he chose this subject as his optional subject. 

anthropology– He did not read any book about this subject rather he use topper notes and vision ias notes.

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He is a hard worker

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How did he handle his failure and negativity, and overcome it?

When he comes to Delhi for UPSC preparation that time he face difficulties, he did not understand English that much so when he read the newspaper, he did not know the meaning of some English words, that’s why he makes a diary, and start writing the words and meaning of them after few days he uses google sheet. 

Subham Kumar’s rank and posting

UPSC or the Indian government did not allocate him right now because he in on his training period in lbsnaa

 Subham Kumar Salary & Networth 

Subham Kumar salary

Right now he is in his training period, still, he is getting his salary according to the level 10 pay matrix so his basic pay was 67,700 and if we calculate his allowances then it will be 99,669. 

He wants to work for the holistic upliftment of rural India

According to a recent interview, Shubham Kumar Ias would like to work for the rural development of India. His first choice would be to join the Bihar cadre, but he is willing to consider other cadres as well, as the UPSC has not yet allocated a cadre to qualified candidates. Shubham is a staunch supporter of the rural sector and plans to work for its development in his career as an IAS officer.

Although he did not make the cut in his first attempt, Shubham was able to top the UPSC exam at the last minute and qualified in the Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS). He chose anthropology as an optional subject in the mains and was ranked 290th. His ardent love for rural India spurred him to do better in school and in life.

Subham Kumar girlfriend

Subham Kumar wife & husband

Till now he is not married but some sources say that he has a girlfriend but we did not know her name or any detail about her. 

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