IPS Dhatri Reddy Biography : Blog, Age, Husband, Rank, Posting, Batch, Marksheet 2019, Date Of Birth

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IPS Dhatri Reddy Biography

आज हम इस आर्टिकल में एक ऐसे IPS Officer की जानकारी देने वाले है, जिनका बचपन से ही सपना था की उन्हें विशेष रूप से भारतीय पुलिस सेवा में सामिल होना है | और जो बचपन से ही किरण बेदी जैसी शख्सियतों से प्रेरित हो उसे कोन IPS Officer बनने से रोक सकता है | जी हा हम इस आर्टिकल में IPS Dhatri Reddy की जीवनी के बारे में विस्तृत में जानेंगे | इस आर्टिकल में हमने IPS Dhatri Reddy का बचपन, जीवन, अभ्यास, Upsc कैसे Crack की, IPS Dhatri Reddy की Upsc 2019 की मार्कशीट, माता-पिता, व्यवसाय, पोस्टिंग, इत्यादि के बारे में जानकारी साझा करेंगे तो इस आर्टिकल को अतः पढ़े |

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Intro Of IPS Dhatri Reddy

बचपन से ही किरण बेदी जैसे शख्सियतों से प्रेरित और विशेष रूप से भारतीय पुलिस सेवा में सामिल होने का लक्ष्य के कर चलने वाली Dhatri Reddy  ने 2019 में सिविल सर्विस परीक्षा में ( civil services examination ) में ओल ओवर भारत देश में 46वा रेंक लाकर अपना भारतीय पुलिस सेवा में सामिल होने का बचपन का सपना पूरा किया | और साथ में अपने माता-पिता का भी नाम पुरे भारत में रोशन किया | यह पहली बार नहीं है जब उसने इतनी अच्छी रैंक हासिल की है। उसने पहले 2018 की परीक्षा पास कर ली थी, उसे यकीन नहीं था कि उसे किस सेवा में रखा जाएगा क्योंकि उसकी रैंक 233 थी। 

इनके बारे में भी जानिए :- IAS Simi Karan

Key Points Of IPS Dhatri Reddy

IPS NameIPS Dhatri Reddy
Date Of Birth26-year-old
Age26
Home TownChoutuppal, Telangana
FatherKrishna Reddy
MotherShusheela
Caste–Not Known–
Batch2019
Rank46th
CadreTelangana cadre
PostingTelangana
EducationGraduated from the Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur (IIT-K)
Training CenterSardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad
Blooghttps://dhatrireddy3.blogspot.com/
Merritial StatusSingle
Boyfriend–Not Known–
Instagram Accountinstagram
Twitter Accounttwitter
Facebook AccountFacebook

About Of IPS Dhatri Reddy

IPS Dhatri Reddy के पिताजी krishna Reddy और माताजी Shusheela Reddy तेलंगाना के Yadadri Bhogir डिस्ट. के Choutuppl नाम के गाव से बिलोंग करते है | उनका एक भाई भी है जिनका नाम Grishman Reddy है |

IPS Dhatri Reddy Biography

Education Life Of IPS Dhatri Reddy

IPS Dhatri Reddy ने अपनी स्कूल की पढाई st.joseph’s public school, hyderabad से पूरी की और अपनी 12th की पढाई st,patrick’s college से पूरी की और 2015 में the Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur (IIT-K) से स्नातक की डिग्री प्राप्त की है |

Life Of After Graduation

अपनी स्नातक की डिग्री हासिल करने के बाद वो लन्दन और मुंबई में Deutsche Bank में Corporate Finance and Investment Banking Division में काम करती थी | परन्तु इस जॉब से वो खुश नहीं थी क्यूंकि ये जॉब उसे पैसे और नाम तो दे सकते थे परन्तु उसका सपना तो लोगो की सेवा करने का था इस लिए उसने  2017 में उन्होंने यह जॉब छोड़ दी और अपने सपने की जॉब पाने में यानी की UPSC Crack करने की तैयारी में लग गई |

UPSC Journey

Dhatri Reddy ने बेंक की जॉब छोड़ने के बाद लगातार महेनत करनी शुरू की क्यूंकि उसे अपने बचपन के सपने को पूरा करना था | उसने एक इन्टरव्यू ने बताया की उन्होंने UPSC Crack करने के लिए कोई प्रकार का कोचिंग ज्वाइन नहीं किया था बल्कि अपने लोकल लाइब्रेरी में पढाई की और 2 बार UPSC की कठिन परीक्षा को पास किया |

पहली बार उन्होंने 2018 में AIR 233 रेंक हाशिल करते हुए UPSC पास किया और तालीम भी पूरी की परन्तु उन्होंने फिर से UPSC की परीक्षा दी और फिर से 2019 में पुरे देश में 46 वे रेंक के साथ UPSC को दूसरी बार पास किया |

IPS Dhatri Reddy Biography

Marksheet 2019 

IPS Dhatri Reddy UPSC CSE 2019 Marksheet

IPS Dhatri Reddys Blog

IPS Dhatri Reddys का अपना ब्लॉग है जिसमे उन्होंने अपने बारे में और उन्होंने कैसे UPSC दो बार पास की और इसमें उनकी क्या स्ट्रेटेजि रही है वो सब बताया है | IPS Dhatri Reddys Blog पर जाने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करे :- IPS Dhatri Reddys Blog

Interviews Of IPS Dhatri Reddys

IPS Dhatri Reddys ने अपने ब्लॉग में बताया है की उन्होंने सिर्फ दो ही इन्टरव्यू दिए है | यदि आप उसे देखना चाहते है तो लिंक पर क्लिक करके देख सकते हो |

First interview:

Second interview:

Some funda based on Dhatri Reddys limited experience of two interviews

  • When to begin? The actual and exclusive preparation can begin after Mains exam or once Mains results are declared (based on tempo levels). But one should spend good time in researching before filling DAF so as to not add any unwanted/complicated things to it. (More on DAF in a separate blog post soon) 
  • How to get started? Pick each key word that you mention in your DAF such as your home town, your college name, your hobby, everything. Prepare a list of potential questions from all these areas and read up as much as you can about these topics. The other area you should focus on is current affairs. Slightly different approach from mains, here you need to have well substantiated opinions on issues. So read up current affairs booklets and newspapers with that in mind.
  • Notes: To me notes was important in retaining any information, so I decided to make good notes for interview as well. I picked each key word from my DAF and made notes in question and answer format. You can find link my notes here (these are for you to just get an idea, you may follow similar approach):
    Sociology optional related
    IIT Kgp
    Dramatics
    Telangana
    Metallurgy
  • Question bank: Use DAF analysis sessions and discussions with friends to collect potential questions on your DAF and current affairs. Go through transcripts of previous years – available on Telegram and Forum IAS also publishes a compilation. This reduces surprise element in questions and helps you prepare in an organised manner as it is easy to feel lost.
  • Practice: Give a few mock interviews. But highly advice you to limit them. Before my first interview I did the mistake of taking too many mocks. It might actually harm you (as was the case with me). Sometimes Coaching Institutes give ridiculous feedback in mock interviews that can leave you confused, sad and feeling under prepared (obviously, not all but a few that I personally faced.)
    • To illustrate my above claim, one coaching mock interview gave me weird feedback on my voice level (calling me loud), even more weird suggestions on my saree colour (I chose to wear a sober cream colour saree which she did not happen to like 🤦). All this, 3 days before the final interview. Do not take all feedback seriously as sometimes they tend to give random feedback as it is their job to say something!
    • Another mock / DAF analysis left me uncomfortable too. There I was given a 10 minute lecture for using the word ‘ambition’ while answering a question. Such over critical scrutiny tends to make us unnecessarily conscious. Most of us have some pretty impressive fact based opinions and we need to speak out without fear before the board in order to express them. Being over cautious about each word uttered is not a way about it for sure!
    • My advice then? Just give 2-3 mock interviews, no more. Instead practice with a friend so that you can become comfortable in clearly articulating your views and simplify complex thoughts. Sometimes discussing with friends helps in building an opinion on issues which you might not have a prior opinion on.
    • This is the most asked question to me, so here it goes. Coaching institutes that I suggest for mocks – Samkalp (if in Delhi) to build question bank, Vision IAS (use it for final mock) and one more of your choice.
  • Don’t be afraid to express yourself: The 35-40 min that you have is all you get to showcase yourself. You cannot impress someone in an interview with one word replies. I’d say shun your fear and communicate freely. If you ask me the only reason behind my huge hike in interview score was the confidence and comfort level with which I entered that room for my second interview. I was not scared of having a fruitful debate and sticking to my opinion till the end (of course, with good reasons to support).
  • Bonus tips:
    • Maintain a good energy level. No one wants to talk to a dull, unenthusiastic candidate.
    • ‘The smile conundrum’: as I’d like to call it. As you will soon find out, it is everyone’s favorite feedback – asking candidates to smile more. I do agree that you should overall have a pleasant facial expression and need to smile often, but not to the point that a constant smile plastered on your face hurts your cheeks! Please maintain a balance and trust yourself, you know best.
    • Practice entering the room, sitting in the chair confidently, introducing yourself and exiting the room gracefully. Do all of this before a mirror.
Looking at my scores, I can safely say that the only thing that made difference was the confidence with which I approached my second interview. I had no time to prepare current affairs or brush up old notes (as I was under training in NPA). I only went there to have a pleasant conversation and that clearly reflected in the way I spoke.
Parting words: Is interview arbitrary? To an extent, yes. You can prepare a lot and still have a bad day and end up not doing well. That is always a possibility as there are many subjective factors involved. Don’t let UPSC interview become a daunting experience. Instead, think of it as a moment to showcase the culmination of your hard work. Be relaxed, read the morning news paper, be as dapper as you can, wear a smile throughout and don’t forget to click pictures outside UPSC gate! 😀

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