IFS officer pens books on his UPSC success story
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A 31-year-old Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer from Gujarat, still in his probation period, has come out with a book in which he gives an account of his efforts and success in the UPSC exam.
The book, "Mission UPSC: Mari Safalta Nu Rahasya (secret of my success)", written by Rohit Vadhwana, will be released at the book fair on Tuesday.
Hailing from Okha in Gujarat, Vadhwana, a 2010-batch officer, is only the third person from the state to have entered the elite foreign service in the last 20 years.
Vadhwana is scheduled to be sent to Iran as a third secretary on probation before being confirmed as an IFS officer.
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