Chittaranjan Dhangda Majhi of Bhawanipatna gets civil service

May 10, 2010 at 6:39 pm 4 comments

Following story is from TOI:

BALANGIR: Another youth from Orissa’s Kalahandi district has made it to the coveted civil services proving the point that backwardness of the area is no deterrent to the aspiring.

Three years ago, Satyabrata Bhoi from Kalahandi district, bagged the 160 position making it to the IPS. He is now posted as SP in Angul district. This year, it is the turn of Chittaranjan Dhangda Majhi of Bhawanipatna, who secured 667 rank.

It was Chittaranjan’s third attempt. On earlier occasions, the final interview had proved to be his stumbling block. His subjects were economics and political science. “Patience and determination is the first requisite to get through the civil services. It is no big deal. I think anyone can make it if he has patience,” said Chittaranjan.

His parents being teacher, Chittaranjan learned discipline in study early in life. He completed his schooling and intermediate education in Bhawanipatna and then studied at the Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT). He passed out in 2002. Then he went to Delhi for civil services preparation. “I opted for this service because I have seen my home district reeling under poverty. I have also seen how much difference IAS officers can make by serving the poor,” said Chittaranjan.

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Entry filed under: Civil services, Government and aided colleges, Govt. College Bhawanipatna, Inspiring Stories, Kalahandi, Nuapada, Region watch.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. ABANI KUMAR DASH  |  May 31, 2010 at 12:00 pm

    congratulations! Mr. Majhi, on behalf of Kalinga IAS, New Delhi, which specialises in Economics for Civil Services / IES. I also belong to Bhawanipatna.

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  • 2. David panigrahi  |  August 13, 2010 at 12:17 pm

    many many congratulation brow….i wish all the best to you to do good for the downtrodden , depressed and excluded people of kalahandi since time immemorial .

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  • 3. David panigrahi  |  August 13, 2010 at 12:22 pm

    many many congratulation brow….i wish all the best to you to do good for the downtrodden , depressed and excluded people of kalahandi since time immemorial .we are very happy to your success and lost of hope on you to take away our problem and long standing suffering and to land in a place and position where we live away from this maladies.Thanking you

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  • 4. Rahul  |  August 1, 2011 at 5:09 am

    dada, jhakks dialouge marichha.

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