15 Famous IAS Officers Who The Country Is Proud Of!
Years of challenging work, sleepless nights and making books your best pals are some of the prerequisites for the journey of becoming an IAS officer. Each one of them, who have appeared for the exams and the ones who have aced it, has gone through the grind. The benefits of being an IAS are exceptional but the path to that is difficult. However, there are those who rise above the exceptional and do the extraordinary. We bring you 14 such famous IAS officers who have done such splendid work for the country that your eyes will brim with pride as you read about them. It is people like them who make us believe that the course of progress of our nation can still be changed. Let’s have a look at them.
IAS Hari Chandana Dasari
For most of us, landing a well-paying job in a cozy European city is what dreams are made of. Hari Chandana Dasari, however, left behind this very dream when she quit her job at BP Shell in London. She had also previously worked at the World Bank. Dasari was born to a housewife for a mother and a civil servant for a father, and it was her father’s desire to do good for society that motivated her to become an IAS officer.