IAS officer Pari Bishnoi is a member of the 2020 batch. In the 2019 UPSC Civil Services Examination, she obtained the 30th-highest All India Rank.
Pari Bishnoi, age 25, was born in the affluent Kakra village, Nokha tehsil, Bikaner district.
Advocate Maniram Bishnoi is her father, while Inspector Sushila Bishnoi is her mother. Her mother works for the GRP in the Indian city of Ajmer, Rajasthan. On the other side, Gopiram Bishnoi, the grandfather of Pari Bishnoi, has held the position of sarpanch of Kakra village four times.
From elementary through intermediate school, Pari attended St. Mary’s Convent School in Ajmer. After that, Pari moved to Delhi to complete her undergraduate studies at the University of Delhi’s Indraprastha College for Women. In addition to this, he actively trained for the civil service. MDS University, Ajmer is where Pari earned her master’s in political science. Pari, who possesses a remarkable skill, has a passion for teaching, which is why she not only took the NET exam but also passed the NET-JRF. In her third attempt, Pari was able to advance to the IAS (CSE 2019) from her position of 30th.
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Pari was unable to pass the exam on her first try. She was in a much better position the second time around than she was the first. For the third time, she succeeded in getting to the interview stage by passing the primary exam. Pari successfully navigated the challenging UPSC road in her third attempt with a miraculous jump. She attained the 30th rank in India to become an IAS. The first woman from Bishnoi, Pari, was appointed to the IAS immediately following the interview.
Pari attended the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), one of the most esteemed institutions for teaching public servants, in Mussoorie. She is currently enrolled in LBSNAA’s IAS programme in Mussoorie. Based on her performance in the 2019 Civil Services Examination (CSE), she has been assigned to the Sikkim cadre of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). She is presently employed in Gangtok, Sikkim, as the Assistant Commissioner (in training).
However, she says, “Wherever I got the chance to work, the priority will be to do well.” She claims that the Rajasthan cadre inspired her.