Sumit Vishwakarma of Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh has shown a mirror to those people, who say the absence of certain thing in life is the cause of failure. Sumit got BE and M.Tech, and if he did not get the job, then he could make the wages (mechanics) the source of livelihood. But he always kept the purpose of getting a government job. Wages and night studies in the day. Today, he has secured the 53rd position in the UPSC examination of the Union Public Service Commission.
These days a picture on social media in Madhya Pradesh is increasingly becoming viral. In this, a young man appears to be working as a mechanic in a ray of strong sunshine, and it has been written in front of him that the ‘Mistri-become-collector’, but this is true.
Sumit is basically a resident of Bhamdi village in Sivni, a nearby district of Jabalpur. His father Krishna Kumar came to Jabalpur due to lack of income in the village. Sumit explains that his desire was to make a government job. After doing BE, he tried for government jobs but did not get success. Many companies came in the college campus, but he could not go out due to the circumstances. He got a job in a college, but that did not last long.
Sumeet further says, “When he had no job, he started working as a mistry. He used to work for the construction of the house and but did not stop preparing for UPSC exam, regularly studied till two o’clock in the night, there was a desire to get a government job. He said he had tried Madhya Pradesh Service Commission but did not succeed in the examination, did not lose heart. Then started preparing for UPSC. He has been working with his father for the past 10 years.
Sumit’s primary and secondary education is from his village. After that, he studied in class IX from Jabalpur. He had to go back to the village due to family circumstances, the grandmother was alone in the village. Sumit studied up to the 12th in the village again. Later, he was selected in Engineering College, Jabalpur. From here he completed BE and M.Tech.
Sumeet explains, “In the year 2010, I took the resolution that I will get the government job and started preparing for it.” His struggle for govt job did not end early, in the year 2017, there was no success in the M.P.S.C, but I did not give up, wages in the day and then two o’clock, he says. Sumit says his elder brother (Manish Vishwakarma) who works in the forest department, always inspire for government jobs.
Preparation for UPSC-:
Sumeet explains about his preparation: “His English was not good as he studied in the village since he had decided to crack the govt job he says I joined the coaching classes, the English improved with two years of hard work. Explaining his counter in the interview he says there was a lot of pressure on UPSC’s interview. There was a question related to crime science, followed by personal questions. “
In the results of the UPSC Friday, Sumit has achieved the 53rd position. He wants to give comfort to his parents. After joining the job, now he will not let them do the wages.