Saturday, March 5, 2011

Visually impaired woman clears civil service exam.

Shafee Ahmed Ko

Chennai March 4:

Never let impairment be a deterrent factor to lead a normal life with par with those blessed natural inborn, inherent qualities.

 A visually impaired J.Sujitha (24), from Tindivanam, Tamil Nadu, never considered her physical short coming as a defeat. Instead she had an insightful vision that she would, challenge life and over come this deficiency. Being a candidate of the Civil services, her happiness grew multi fold, when the Union Public Service Commission announced result on Thursday, and   she stood cleared the (Main) in civil services  papers. As she dreamt, she will occupy a position as an deserving post of Indian Foreign Service.

She hopes that she would score well in the personality test to be conducted at the UPSC in New Delhi, later this month, her dreams will come true.

She is all praise to her parents who stood caring in all respect despite their illiteracy that Sujitha has to win her goal. A B.A (English Literature) graduate found the help of the Manithaneyam IAS/IPS Free Coaching Centre in Chennai. As many as 68 candidates who attended the free classes conducted by the centre have cleared the Main examination.

                                      J.Sujitha with Manithaneyam  Saidai Durai Swamy

“The training for Mains exam at Manithaneyam IAS/IPS Free Coaching Centre was free of cost. It was very helpful. But I refused a free training offer from the Excell Career India for my prelims coaching. There are many persons with disability who are not able to achieve because of poor financial condition. That should change,” she said
“I am very thankful to the Manithaneyam IAS/IPS Free Coaching Centre and Excell Career India where I received training,” said Ms.Sujitha.
“The service of Manithaneyam IAS/IPS Free Coaching Centre is very helpful for rural students,” she added. 

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