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India Untold

Meet an inspiring IPS officer who cracked UPSC four times

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IPS Amrit Jain

Amrit Jain, hailing from Bhilwara, Rajasthan, is serving as an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. 
 

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Education

After completing his higher studies from NIT Warangal and Czech Technical University, he began working for a private company in Hyderabad. 

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UPSC journey

Amrit Jain gave his first UPSC attempt in 2016 without any preparation. He then studied for a year and retook the exam in 2017, but narrowly missed by a margin of 0.66 marks. 

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UPSC preparation

Amrit Jain learned from his mistakes and changed his study strategies. He appeared for 140 mock tests to improve his preparation. 
 

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Cracking UPSC

Amrit Jain’s hard work paid off in the 2018 UPSC when he secured a position in the Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) cadre. 
 

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UPSC attempts

After that, he took the exam three more times and achieved success each time.
 

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UPSC success

In his UPSC attempt in 2019, he secured 321st rank. He achieved 96th rank in 2021 and 179th rank in 2021, securing IPS cadre. 
 

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Study tip

Amrit Jain shares that if aspirants understand the syllabus thoroughly, the exam becomes easier to crack.

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