In a remarkable feat, Pavit, a young woman hailing from the vibrant town of Moga, has clinched the All-India sixth rank in the Indian Economic Service (IES) exam for the year 2023-24, as conducted by the prestigious Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
Pavit’s journey towards this significant accomplishment began with her pursuit of excellence in academics. A distinguished alumna of Delhi University, she completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Economics with flying colors. Additionally, she showcased her academic prowess as a student at Panjab University, Chandigarh. Her commitment to academic excellence was further underscored by her status as a Junior Research Fellowship holder.
The newly crowned achiever attributes her success to the guidance and mentorship of Rajesh Kumar Prashar, her teacher. Pavit’s diligence and dedication to her studies, coupled with the invaluable guidance she received, have undoubtedly played a pivotal role in her securing a top rank in the IES exam.
Notably, Pavit’s connection to the upper echelons of the state administration adds a unique dimension to her success story. She is the maternal niece of Jatinder Singh Aulakh, the former state intelligence chief. Just last week, Aulakh was appointed as the chairman of the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC). Pavit’s triumph in the IES exam adds another feather to the family’s cap, showcasing a legacy of academic and professional excellence.
Pavit’s achievement not only brings pride to her family but also serves as an inspiration to aspiring students across Moga and beyond. Her story exemplifies the power of perseverance, dedication, and the impact of effective mentorship in achieving academic excellence on a national scale.
As she prepares to embark on the next chapter of her career in the field of economics, Pavit stands as a beacon of hope and inspiration for the youth of Moga, proving that with hard work and determination, one can scale great heights and make a mark on the national stage. Her success serves as a testament to the potential that resides within small towns, waiting to be unearthed and celebrated on a grand scale.