IIT Graduates Are Ranked 45th, Father Sells Clothes On Cycle During UPSC Exam

In his third attempt, Anil Bosak, an IIT Delhi graduate from the 2018 class, passed the exam. He was born in the Bihar district of Kishanganj.

IIT Graduates Are Ranked 45th, Father Sells Clothes On Cycle During UPSC Exam
IIT Graduates Are Ranked 45th, Father Sells Clothes On Cycle During UPSC Exam

There's a cycle in the background, clothes on the line, a handpump, and asbestos sheets for the roof, but this Bihar clothing vendor is focused on something else. His son recently received rank 45 in the important Civil Services Examination, and he is busy accepting compliments. In his third attempt, Anil Bosak, an IIT Delhi graduate from the 2018 class, passed the exam. He was born in the Bihar district of Kishanganj. 

"He was the first to qualify for the IIT. We were overjoyed. I assumed he'd start working now. However, he stated that he will prepare for the UPSC. His teacher also aided him greatly, even offering financial assistance "His father, Binod Bosak, sells clothes on a bicycle for a living. Mr Bosak described his son's victory as a "dream." 

"It was quite challenging (initially). This appears to be a dream to me. I'm not a well-educated person "His father urged others to assist their child, emphasising that they, too, will succeed. 

The pleasant scenes depict the family exchanging sweets and enjoying the moment while posing for the cameras. Also, stopping from time to time to take in congratulatory messages from visiting people.
"We are very happy. Last year he got 616 rank. He said he will appear again in the test. And he got 45th rank this time. We are surprised that he got this far... This is a great moment for the entire district," said Babul Bosak, Anil's brother. The exam this year was topped by Bihar's Shubham Kumar, an IIT Bombay graduate.

A total of 761 candidates -- 545 men and 216 women -- cleared the civil services examination 2020, results of which were declared on Friday by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). The UPSC said that among the top 25 candidates there are 13 men and 12 women.