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Meet the first tribal woman IAS from Kerala

Meet the first tribal woman IAS from Kerala

Many people have dreams. But, only a few people can turn them true and motivate others. Here is a woman IAS officer who inspires many underprivileged people. She encourages them to dare to dream big.

Sreedhanya Suresh from Kerala cracked the UPSC and became the first tribal woman IAS officer in the state. She achieved this with her hard work and determination.

Her journey motivates many young IAS aspirants not to give up till they succeed. Sreedhanya’s parents are daily wage labourers in the local bow and arrow market. They work long hours to raise their children and provide them with necessities. Hailing from a poor background, Sreedhanya lacks any comforts or luxuries.

Unlike other children, Sreedhanya had no proper home to reside in and clothes to wear. Though Sreedhanya lacked access to many necessities, she never thought of them. Instead, it strengthened her to focus on her goals and ways to achieve them.

With her hard work, Sreedhanya finished her post-graduation in Zoology and secured a government job. She worked as a clerk at the Kerala Scheduled Tribes Development Department. Later she focused on achieving her dream.

Sreedhanya successfully cracked the UPSC exam in 2018 with her perseverance. She secured an all-India Rank of 410 in that exam. Despite clearing the Mains exam, her hardships did not end as she had no money to attend the interview in Delhi.

Then her friends decided to support her. They gave ₹40,000 to her to attend the interview. With the moral support of family and encouragement from friends, Sreedhanya stepped forward confidently.

Her new journey started. She cracked the interview and became the first tribal woman IAS officer in Kerala.

Sreedhanya took charge in front of Kozhikode District Collector Sreeram Sambasiva. She is so excited to fulfil her new responsibilities.

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