VADODARA: An autorickshaw in a non-descript village of Kutch’s Mandvi taluka obtained new pair of wings immediately.

Because of his youngest son’s outstanding achievement, Bharatdan Gadhvi’s auto sped off like a Ferari on Vingadiya roads after 25-year-old Jayvir cracked the UPSC with Gujarati literature by securing AIR 341 within the UPSC civil providers examination 2021 outcomes introduced on Monday.

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However that is yet one more feather to Jayvir’s cap as he had secured the primary rank in Gujarat Public Service Fee (GPSC) final 12 months and is at present working as probationary deputy collector in Vadodara.

“It’s a matter of satisfaction for me. I think about myself very lucky that I used to be in a position to clear each GPSC and UPSC,” Gadhvi, who was appointed in Vadodara on April 25 after he cleared GPSC examination final September, informed TOI. “The service allotment can be performed within the subsequent two to a few days. My first choice is to enter forms and implement authorities schemes for welfare of society. If not, I’ll be part of IPS,” mentioned Jayvir, the youngest amongst 4 siblings in his household, whereas his mom Sarojben is a homemaker.

After finishing his major schooling from authorities major faculty in his personal village until class 5, Gadhvi obtained chosen in Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kutch, from the place he accomplished his secondary schooling and later accomplished his Class 11 and 12 from Rajkot.

After graduating as an engineer from SVNIT, Surat, Gadhvi most popular taking on a job in Jaipur the place he labored for 10 months. “I saved my wage to pursue teaching for the civil service examinations,” he recalled, whereas admitting that the dream of becoming a member of authorities providers had been instilled in him early on.

His elder brother too runs a pick-up tempo in his native, whereas one in every of his two sisters serves as a physician.

“Whereas rising up, I heard tales of how civil servants helped remodel earthquake-hit Kutch in 2001. In small villages like ours, locals all the time firmly believed that good talatis, mamlatdars and civil servants could make a variety of distinction to rural lives,” mentioned the deputy collector on probation, whereas thanking his household and academics too for serving to him dream large and pursue his objectives zealously.



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