Madhu BMTC Bus Conductor to IAS officer who is his Godfather
Madhu NC, a bus conductor with BMTC, studied five hours daily to clear the UPSC Civil Services exam.who is his Godfather
Congratulations to Madhu, who performs his duties as a conductor for eight hours a day. It is a tiring task to be on his feet every day while joking with the crowd, handing out tickets and making sure there are no ticketless passengers. As for the future plans, after clearing the interview, Madhu said that he would quit being a conductor and become an IAS officer like his current boss, he is supported by Managing Director of Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation, C. Shikha.
Shikha spends two hours each week guide him to prepare for the interview. “she has always been very supportive and gave me guidance on how to write the exam. Now she is preparing me for an interview,” he said.
( Congratulations to Madhu ) after she passed the Karnataka Administrative Services (KAS) Examination in 2014, Madhu says she has not been relegated but instead inspired me to do better. In 2018, they gave the UPSC exam but did not clear it. However, that did not prevent him from attending the exam again and he finally cleared it this time. “I always wanted to achieve something big in life,” Madhu asserted.
( Congratulations ) Madhu started working early to feed my family but that didn’t stop me from studying. I spent 5 hours a day studying. My subjects are ethics, political science, math, and science. I was studying every day, before and after work. I wake up at 4 am and finish my studies before heading to work. ”
Congratulations to Madhu, instead of opting for the traditional way of joining the coaching class, Madhu was ready to take the test through self-study with some guidance from her senior at BMTC headquarters. “I watch a lot of YouTube videos to learn how to prepare for an interview. I am learning the art of answering questions with confidence. I am very positive and confident that I will clear the interview, ”Madhu said.
Congratulations to Madhu, the 29-year-old conductor is now preparing for his interview on March 25th. Bus conductor Madhu NC studied with BMTC for five hours every day to clear the UPSC Civil Services Exam. After successfully clearing the Mains, Madhu is looking forward to an interview on March 25th. The BMTC bus conductor was the first of his family to go to school in the family of his elder brother, sister-in-law, and parents. Her mother is thrilled to share Madhu’s feelings without equally understanding the significance of the results.
Congratulations to Madhu, the 29-year-old who cleared the prelims in June last year and prepared his extensive study for the chief. He had to study political science and international relations, ethics, language, general studies (divided into three parts), mathematics and essay writing. Madhu chose political science and international relations as their subject matter. After writing her preface in Kannada, Madhu wrote the majors in English. Hailing from the small town of Malavalli in Mandya, Madhu started working as a conductor at the age of 19 after completing his schooling. He then completed a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in distance education and is now pursuing a master’s degree in political science. “My parents don’t know what tests I cleared but I’m very happy. I am the first person in my family to be educated, ”said Madhu proudly displaying her roll number on the list.