This lady officer has created history before Tina Dabi, got the gold medal


Newz Fast, New Delhi: Tina Dabi's name comes at the top of the UPSC exam toppers. She is always in the headlines for her personal and professional life.

Today we are going to tell you about a female officer who topped UPSC for the first time.

We are talking about Bhavna Garg. Bhawna Garg was a Punjab-cadre-1998 batch IAS topper. He is originally from Punjab. He did his B.Tech in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (1994–1998).

He also did his Masters in Public Policy from Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, USA and completed in 2012.

Bhawna Garg is the daughter of a junior engineer from Kapurthala. She married IAS officer Ajay Sharma. Both of them are from engineering background. His optional subjects were Mathematics and Chemistry.

Bhawna cleared the UPSC Civil Services Examination in her very first attempt and also became the topper of her batch. Let us tell you that IAS Tina Dabi also cleared the UPSC exam in her very first attempt and was also the topper of her batch.

She is the first woman to rank first in the All India Civil Services (271,000 applicants) and the first woman to remain in the top position after professional assessment in LBSNAA (Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration) 1999-2001.

He also received the Gold Medal for Best Performance in Extracurricular Activity during vocational training at the LBS National Academy of Administration in 1999-2001.

Ratan Swaroop Memorial Award was also received for excellent performance in all subjects during his graduation in 1998 at IIT Kanpur. First Rank in Joint Entrance Examination, an open competitive examination for securing admission in engineering colleges in 1994.

During his career, Bhawna has served as Special Secretary, Revenue and Director Disaster Management (2008-2013), Special Secretary, Science, Technology and Environment (July 2012 - August 2013), Special Secretary Finance, Secretary Transport and Cultural Affairs (September 2013 - January 2013). 2014) separated many positions.

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