(This entry was originally uploaded on May 2009. Unfortunately, it got deleted because of technical problems. I am again reposting it for the readers.)
Just think of one century ago. That time, most people in
First of all, let me give you some information about Shubhra Saxena. She is the center of attention to many people at this time. In fact, I decided to write this entry because her name is in top position in Google Trends India at this moment. It gives a lot of pleasure to me to notice that many web users in the country are searching about her and her name is now more searched than even IPL Point Table or Priyanka Chopra. You know that most people in
She is 30 years old. This is the second time that she tried for this exam and UPSC 2009 has perhaps made all the difference in her life. She studied B.Tech in Paper Tech from IIT Roorkee (class of 2002). She was in IAS coaching institute in
After searching some in Internet, I found something that she wrote in a forum:
I am Shubhra Saxena. I am a B.Tech in Chemical Engineering from IIT Roorkee. After passing out, I worked for companies like Oracle, CSC etc. for 4 years after which I decided to prepare for Civil Service entrance. This is my first attempt and I have just given my mains with Pub Ad and Psychology. In search of interview pointers, I came across this website which I am finding very useful. I am looking forward to getting help from members in my interview preparation.
Well, I like to congratulate Shubhra Saxena for her amazing success. However, I like to draw you attention about the fact that 11 UPSC toppers groomed in Delhi out of the top 25. It shows that the distance between
Still, it is nice to see that 3 girls have achieved the top 3 positions in UPSC 2009. However, it shows that the distance between urban and rural girls is increasing a lot. We know that for most ordinary girls in
Shubhra Saxena herself wrote a comment here: "I want to correct a fact here.
I am not from chemical engg. I was a student of Paper Technology."