Sanju Rani Verma: She Ran Away From Home And Accomplished Her Dream By Craking UP PSC; Click To Know The Whole Story!!

Sanju Rani Verma: A Woman Ran Away From Home And Accomplished Her Dreams By Craking UP PSC;

A woman left her home and cracked the UP PCS exam. The woman named Sanju Rani Verma who showcased her will power and dedication in oreder to to achieve her dreams. She left her house to catch her dreams. she wanted to be self-dependent.

A Meerut woman cracked Uttar Pradesh Provincial Civil Service exam 2018. The result announced last week. Sanju Rani Verma pursued her Graduation from RG Degree College in Meerut district. Post Graduation from Delhi University. When she completed her post-graduation, she was 28 years old.

Why Sanju Rani Verma Left Home?

The most challenging time of her life was 2013 when her family members forced her to leave her studies and to get married. All these situations stated soon after the death of her mother.
When she left her house due to a shortage of money, she also had to leave her Post Graduation. To carry out the life process, she took a room on rent and started teaching children. She also did part-time jobs at private schools. However, she put her soul and managed to continue her civil service preparation.

In India, it’s very common that after girl attends the age of 18, their family members start pressurising to get married and get settled.

Sanju Rani Verma: A Woman Ran Away From Home And Accomplished Her Dreams By Craking UP PSC;

Sanju Rani Verma is now expected to join as a commercial tax officer in Uttar Pradesh.

According to Sanju Rani Verma, there is a lot to achieve as she want to appear in UPSC and become a district magistrate. She says that she has no regret in pursuing her dream.

Earlier she tried to make her family understand about her dream but they didn’t support her. So she decided to led life in her on ways and settled in Delhi for studies and preparation for UP PCS. Sanju has set an example for all those women who want to accomplish their goals by breaking the stereotype mentality.

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About the Author: Ritika Kishore

Ritika Kishore is pursuing her higher education from Chandigarh University. She is a student of Bachelor's of journalism and mass communication. Currently, she handles the social media page of campus beat news. She is also doing an internship as a content writer at Kolkatanews24. She had worked as a content developer at Socians. She has also worked as a volunteer in many social groups which are for the benefit of the society such as Indian Road Safety Campaign. She is an enthusiastic reader and a wanderer.

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