Three daughters of peasant passed the Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) exam
Three daughters of peasant passed the Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) exam along with their older sister, who is now a civil servant. In the RAS results published on Wednesday, Anshu Saharan was ranked 349, followed by his sisters Suman (915) and Litu (945).
Girls who live in Bhairusari Village, Hanumangarh Subdistrict, dropped out of school after fifth grade and studied at home preparing for administrative services.
His older sisters Roma and Manju, who won the RAS in 2010 and 2012, respectively, were sent to Surajgarh in Jhunjhunu and Nohar in the Hanumangarh region.
His only son Abhiraj, who is studying engineering at IIT in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, is preparing to serve on the Union Civil Service Commission (UPSC).
His father, Sehdev Saharan, said his children studied in the village until the fifth grade, received a private degree and passed the national exam (NET).
"They did not take tuition. They have made our family and the entire village proud,” he also mentioned. He stated their achievement would be “an inspiration for those who treat daughters as a burden”.
Pavan Kaliravan of the Bhairusari Youth Club said the news put the city on the world map." No one knew about our village earlier, people could not even find it on Google," he stated.
"These girls have brought laurels to the village. It is a big success to clear the exam by studying in farms 3 km away from the main village,” he stated.
He also said that there is no shortage of talent in the countryside.
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