Kanishak Kataria was always good in studies and he got 44th rank in the IIT JEE 2010.
UPSC is one of the toughest exams to crack to become an Indian IAS officer. To pass the civil service exam, a person studies religiously for several hours. Each year, thousands of candidates seek to take the exam to become IAS, IFS, IPS, and IRS. Only a few number of them succeed in the most competitive exam. Today we will talk about Kanishak Kataria, an IIT graduate who left a high-paying job to crack UPSC.
IAS Kanishak Kataria’s journey from an IIT alumni to becoming an IAS officer is an inspiration for many UPSC aspirants. He quit his lucrative job to prepare for the UPSC exam, where he achieved an AIR 1 in 2019. He is now posted as an SDO in Ramganj Mandi, Kota.
Kanishak hails from Rajasthan. He graduated from Kota’s St. Paul’s Senior Sec. School. From the beginning, Kataria was a bright and academically motivated student. He secured the 44th rank in the IIT JEE 2010 and got into the Indian…