Avanish Sharan is a 2009 batch IAS officer serving in the Chhattisgarh district of Balram.
Avanish Sharan was born on January 20, 1981 in Samastipur’s kevata village, Bihar, India, to a Hindu family. Lokesh Sharan is his father, and Arjun Sharan is his brother. According to the source, he is married with two children.
He completed his education from elementary school to college from government schools and colleges in Bihar, and Avanish took his tenth examination in 1996, and he received 44.5 percent marks in class 10th and 12th examinations that year. He took the exam in 1998 and received a 65 percent, but he only received a 60 percent on the graduation exam in 2002.
At 2017, he took a highly laudable move by having his wife delivered in a government hospital and then enrolling his daughter in a government school. In fact, it is a very laudable step when someone seeks government services while still serving as an IAS officer, and tries to tell that our government services are still fine.
STORY OF AVANISH SHARAN
Avanish had a desire to become a government officer since his infancy, and this desire encouraged him to sit the UPSC test. Avanish sharan was not always quick in his studies, or he did not receive the facilities that he needed. He may have been a speedy student, but because to his hard work and perseverance, he passed India’s most difficult test, UPSC, in 2009.
And not only did he pass, but he also came in 77th place, which is a great accomplishment in and of itself.
That is most likely why he was chosen for the 2009 batch of IAS officers.
As you may know, Bihar is still classified as a backward state, thus the lives of the people who live there are frequently sold in poverty, and Avanish Sharan was born into a poor household. He attended Lantern Bar and graduated from a backward government school with honours.
But he never gave up and continued his studies, and eventually his hard work and battle paid off, as he passed India’s most difficult test, the UPSC, in 2009, and he became another IAS official of Bihar and his state.