In the Civil Services Examination administered by the Union Public Service Commission, Ria Dabi received an All India Rank of 15. (2020). She is Tina Dabi’s younger sister, an IAS officer who placed first in the 2015 UPSC.
On July 12, 1998, a Sunday, Ria Dabi was born in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. She is under the sign of Cancer.
She is a member of a scheduled caste. Jaswant Dabi, her father, holds the position of General Manager at BSNL in Delhi. Former Indian Engineering Services (IES) officer Himani Dabi is her mother. Tina Dabi, her older sister, works as an IAS officer.
Ria Dabi attended the Convent of Jesus & Mary in Delhi for her education. Later, she completed a B.A. in political science at Delhi University’s Lady Shri Ram College for Women.
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Ria Dabi enrolled in the General Studies Prelims cum Mains curriculum (2019–20) at the IAS coaching centre Vajiram & Ravi Coaching Centre, Old Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi, after receiving her degree to begin studying for the UPSC CSE. At an interview, when asked about the exam preparations, she stated, “I started my preparation while I was in college, but it was difficult to juggle both so I actually started after 2019. I would think that patience, discipline, and constant hard effort are the keys to passing the UPSC examination. Giving up on your social life is just one of the many sacrifices you must make while getting ready, but you must do it to maintain consistency and discipline.
In the Civil Services Examination administered by the Union Public Service Commission, she took the test and scored a 15th place result (2020). She received a total of 1,021 points, including 162 on the personality test and 859 on the written exam (or interview). She described in an interview how she handled the COVID-19 pandemic issue. When the 2020 COVID-19 epidemic forced the postponement of the UPSC exams, she claimed, “I didn’t lose faith and maintained my study through online coaching classes.” She continued, “I believe the caste system should not exist. It is really rigid.” When my older sister won the UPSC, I was 18 years old. It was quite inspiring. But if you ask me, my mum is my greatest motivation.
The news of Ria’s UPSC result was announced on Tina, Ria’s older sister, Instagram account. I’m happy to announce that my younger sister Ria Dabi, @ria.dabi, received a rank of 15 in the UPSC 2020 exam, the woman wrote.
She said in an interview that she worked really hard to pass the UPSC exam. She added that she used to study for 10 hours a day at home following her coaching sessions, avoiding social media use and only utilising it in an emergency.