April 2023 !!
HINDU RAJPUT COMMUNITY
The group of people known as the Hindu Rajput community historically belonged to the Kshatriya or warrior caste within the Hindu social structure. The Sanskrit terms "raj" (king) and "putra" (son), which translate to "Rajput" in English, are the source of the word. This implies that Rajputs are royal descendents, which is compatible with their historical affiliation with dynasties and kingdoms that ruled the Indian subcontinent.The Rajput community, which predominately resides in northern and western India, is renowned for its extensive history and cultural practises. Rajputs are renowned for their courage, gallantry, martial prowess, and commitment to duty. A lot of Rajputs also take great honour and pleasure in their family history and ancestry.There are many different occupations represented in today's diversified Rajput community, including business, politics, and the armed forces, among others. They have also made a substantial contribution to Indian society and culture, including well-known individuals in the arts, music, and literature.
A Retired Army Jawan's Daughter Triumphs in the UPPSC Deputy Collector Exam in the month of April 2023 !
Divya Sikarwar ( from Hindu Rajput Community ), daughter of retired army jawan Rajpal Singh, has topped the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission's deputy collector exam. She cleared the exam on her third attempt after missing the mark by two points in her previous attempt. Divya credits her achievement to her mother, who despite having limited opportunities for getting education, ensured the way that her daughter's ambitions were fulfilled. Divya aims to uplift women and girls in rural areas through good quality education, vocational training, and self-help groups for financial stability. Her family's primary source of income is farming, and she comes from Rami Gadi village of Etmadpur tehsil in Agra district. After the results were declared, Etmadpur MLA Dharampal Singh visited Rami Gadi village to congratulate Divya and her family.Divya Sikarwar's achievement is remarkable as she hails from a humble background and had to overcome several obstacles to reach this stage. Her success story is an inspiration for aspiring candidates, especially from rural areas where opportunities are limited.
In May 2023, Bihar's Tushar from the Rajput community Secured a Genuine 44th Rank.
Resolving the controversy surrounding the 44th rank in the recently announced civil services examination results, (UPSC) has clarified that Tushar Kumar from Bihar is the right candidate. At the same time, the Tushar from Rewari City in Haryana did not even qualify for the preliminary round. The UPSC has taken a firm stand and is considering criminal and disciplinary actions against the Rewari-based Tushar and Aysha Makrani from Madhya Pradesh for their fraudulent claims of cracking the civil services examination. Allegedly, they resorted to forging documents to support their false achievements. The UPSC officially declared the results on May 23, and soon after, congratulatory messages poured in for Rewari's Tushar, unaware of the confusion. The UPSC clarifies the situation, confirming Bihar's Tushar Kumar as the deserving candidate for the 44th rank. The UPSC's commitment to taking strict action against those who manipulate the system reinforces the credibility and fairness of the examination. Bihar's Tushar Kumar's genuine achievement should be celebrated, as it showcases his exceptional abilities and dedication in securing a particular rank in the highly competitive civil services examination. His success inspires aspiring civil servants across the country, motivating them to strive for excellence and uphold the values of honesty and integrity.