Dr. Tanu Jain is a 2014 batch UPSC topper. She was born in the crowded area of delhi-6, Sadar Bazar. She was a doctor but later became an IAS officer and currently she holds the post of Assistant Director of DRDO.
Dr. Tanu Jain UPSC Rank | Marksheet
Dr. Tanu Jain’s UPSC rank was 501. she was selected in UPSC in 2014.
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|Real Name||Dr. Tanu Jain|
|Birth Place||Delhi-6, Sadar Bazar|
|Height||5 feet 6 inches|
|School||Cambridge School (srinivaspuri, New Delhi)|
|College||Subharti Medical College, Meerut|
|Educational Qualification||BDS (Bachelor Of Dental Surgery)|
|Profession||Doctor, IAS officer ( Current: Assistant Director of DRDO, Ministry Of Defence)|
Dr. Tanu Jain’s Early Life
She was born in the crowded area of delhi-6, Sadar Bazar. she lived in a joint family but her parents were very supportive. She was completely from a business family so There is not much of a professional background. she did his early studies from Cambridge School Srinivaspuri. She was an average student since childhood.
Dr. Tanu Jain’s Success Story
she started medical preparations on her own and there was no pressure on her at that time. In 2004, she appeared in medical exam and at that time her father was injured in an accident. Her father stayed in the hospital for 2 years. At that time, Tanu’s father encouraged her to pursue medical studies, after which Tanu completed her medical studies. Even after completing her medical studies, she did not know anything about UPSC.
Her journey towards UPSC started only after her internship. After the internship, she decided to clear UPSC exam as she believed that there is a limitation in doctor’s profession, but your decision in civil service affects a very large area. According to her UPSC is not a journey which ends in 3 months, it is a journey which takes years. She started in 2012, at that time she gave her first prelims and it continued till 2017. she had given 6 attempts of UPSC and she passed this exam in her third attempt. In 2014, she cleared this exam and in 2015 she was allocated Armed forces headquarters service.