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Jharkhand Girl Thought She Cracked Civil Service Examination, It Was An “Error”

The girl’s claims had received widespread media protection.


The household of Divya Pandey, 24, who claimed she had cracked the civil providers examination in her maiden try, on Friday apologised to the district administration and Central Coalfields Ltd (CCL), each of which felicitated her, in addition to media for furnishing misguided info of her success and stated it was an “inadvertent error”.

Conveying apologies on behalf of Divya Pandey (24), her members of the family in addition to her neighbours stated that it’s truly one Divya P of South India and never Divya Pandey who cracked the UPSC examination securing 323rd rank.

Priyadarshni Pandey, elder sister of Divya Pandey stated her sister was knowledgeable by her pal in Uttar Pradesh that she had cracked UPSC securing AIR 323rd rank and “we tried to test outcome on UPSC web site however web was not working. It was an inadvertent error.”

The household’s claims of Divya Pandey’s cracking of UPSC with the assistance of smartphone and web with none skilled teaching in her first try had led to the Central Coalfields Ltd Chairman cum Managing Director, PM Prasad and different senior officers felicitating Divya Pandey as her father was a retired crane operator from CCL.

The claims had received widespread media protection.

Deputy Commissioner, Ramgarh, Madhavi Mishra who too had felicitated Divya Pandey at her workplace within the district collectorate termed it a “human error”.

The Ramgarh officers help they’d not taken any motion towards the woman or her household on this connection.

The members of the family claimed that there was no intention of spreading faux information or false claims and added that after discovering out the reality Divya, a resident of Rajrappa colony below Chitarpur block of Jharkhand’s Ramgarh district has left for Delhi.

“We apologise for this blunder,” they stated.

Chandreshwar Singh, space secretary of Coalfields Majdoor Union affiliated to Hind Majdoor Sabha and Divya’s neighbour stated that attributable to web failure the household couldn’t confirm the data given by a UP-based pal of the woman and her success story went viral.

Divya, who had graduated from Ranchi College in 2017 had claimed: “I put in round 18 hours of research every day and browse a number of Nationwide Council of Training Analysis (NCERT) books,”.

Her father Jagdish Prasad Pandey, who retired in 2016 as a crane operator of Central Coalfields Ltd (CCL) had claimed that the success and onerous work of his daughter had paid off.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by IHNS workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)


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