Meet the boy who couldn't afford food daily but studied hard and cracked UPSC exam
Ansar Sheikh is a boy from Maharashtra who cracked the UPSC exam. The boy does not belong to a rich family infact his family is so poor that he had to survive without food for 2 days. But he did not lose heart and studied hard for UPSC. He has bagged 361th position.
His father is an auto rickshaw driver.
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I respect this video but ansar shaikh scored 361 rank in upsc .and then the black side of the the country starts i.e reservation.because general class students getting rank under 150 or sometimes 200 only get selected in IAS and ansar sir got 361 and then also he is selected in IAS.
Can't say nothing to eat, or no home for shelter to stay, he took a couching, because he can effort it, but I don't have have opportunity to go to couching, and he is different from me, just a rumor every body make when succeeded,
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