New Delhi: IPS Officer, Ms. Ilma Afroz, native of Kundarki Village of Moradabad District, Uttar Pradesh proved that ‘nothing is impossible’.
In an interview, Ms. Afroz spoke about her journey from Kundarki village to IPS officers’ portals. For her success, she gave credit to her mother.
She said that her father had passed away when she was 10 years old and her mother supported her during her studies despite the fact that many persons had raised objections.
After completing her studies from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, Ms. Ilma moved to University of Oxford for higher education. On completion of her higher studies at Oxford, she came back to her native place to serve the nation.
Later, she started preparing for Civil Service Examination.
In CSE 2017, she secured 217th rank and opted to join Indian Police Service (IPS).
During the interview, she highlighted the importance of being connected with the people of the country.
Talking about the preparation for Civil Service Examination, Ms. Ilma suggested aspirants of the examination to be aware about the current national and international events.