After the death of his father, the mother taught her son to work as a laborer, fulfilling her dream of becoming an IAS


Bangla Hunt Desk: Arvind Kumar Meena from Rajasthan proved that the real power is the strength and effort of the mind. Having lost her father at a very young age, her mother worked as a laborer, but no poverty could sharpen her talent. Today, he has brought a smile to the face of his family on the strength of his success.

Arvind became IAS

The results of the 2019 UPSC Civil Service Examination have been announced recently. After these results came out, a big change took place in the life of Arvind Kumar Meena, a resident of Naharkhohra village in Sikrai subdivision of Dausa district of Rajasthan. The first son of the BPL family to become an Assistant Commandant and now a successful IASO.

The mother of the passionate Arvind

His family as well as his villagers are happy with the success of Arvind Kumar Meena. He has given a new impetus to the present young generation. According to his mother, Arvind lost his father when he was 12 years old. Then the responsibility of the whole family came on me. Arvind joined the BPL division due to poverty. Arvind continued his studies with great difficulty.

Cheerful Arvind

When the UPSC results came out on August 4, 2020, Arvind's long awaited dream of becoming an IAS officer came true. Reaching this point of success, Arvind said, ‘Even though I lost my father at a young age, my mother never asked me to drop out of school. When I wanted to drop out of school due to poverty, my mother gave me a lot of courage.