If you pass the UPSC exam, you can be assigned to top positions such as IAS, IPS, and IFS. Currently, millions of aspiring candidates are working hard to clear the UPSC preliminary exams in May 2023. The success story of IFS officer Arushi Mishra can inspire these candidates.
Arushi Mishra was born on January 31, 1991, in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh. Her mother Nita Mishra is a teacher and her father Ajay Mishra is a senior lawyer. Arushi’s younger brother Arnav Mishra is a Deputy Collector in Uttar Pradesh. Arushi’s partner, Charchit Gaur, is an IAS officer and currently serves as the Vice Chairperson of the Agra Development Authority. Arushi herself is an IFS officer and serves as the deputy DFO at the Agra Forest Department.
Arushi Mishra, an IFS officer, completed her schooling at Raebareli High School in Uttar Pradesh. She scored 95.14 percent in her Class 10 ICSE board exams and 91.2 percent in her Class 12 CBSE board exams. In 2014, she obtained a B.Tech degree from IIT Roorkee. After completing her B.Tech, Arushi started preparing for the UPSC exam, which eventually led to her becoming an IFS officer.
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To prepare for the UPSC exam, IFS officer Arushi Mishra attended coaching sessions and collected study materials and subject-specific test series. She also took numerous practice exams to improve her exam preparation. After her first unsuccessful attempt at the UPSC exam, she began teaching at a coaching center to further enhance her understanding of the subjects.
In the 2018 Indian Forest Service Examination (IFoS) of the UPSC test, IFS officer Arushi Mishra secured the second-highest score. Prior to that, she had secured the IRS position by ranking 229th in the UPSC exam. She also secured the position of DSP by ranking 16th in the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Examination (UPPCS Test). Arushi faced many challenges along the way, but she never lost her determination, and after each setback, she worked even harder.
Here are some special tips for candidates preparing for the UPSC exam 2023, from IFS officer Arushi Mishra.
To prepare for the UPSC exam, consider studying the techniques used by previous UPSC toppers to create your study schedule. Use study materials from reliable websites and watch informative YouTube videos to take notes. Devote 30 minutes each day to exercise and meditation to improve concentration. Additionally, take as many mock tests as possible to improve your test-taking skills.
IFS Arushi Mishra’s husband
IFS officer Arushi Mishra and IAS officer Charchit Gaur tied the knot in November 2021. Charchit Gaur, a 2016-class officer, graduated from IIT Delhi. They had been in a long-term relationship and supported each other as friends and role models while studying for the UPSC exam.