Guwahati: Former Miss India finalist and model Aishwarya Sheoran is now the talk of the town as she secured the 93rd rank in UPSC Civil Service Exams (CSE) 2019, the results of which were declared on Tuesday. The results can be checked on upsc.gov.in.
Sheoran, who is a resident of Delhi, shot to fame in the modeling industry when she won the tiara of Delhi Times Fresh Face 2014. It’s from there that she was asked to participate for Femina Miss India 2016 and from there on her journey in the modeling industry began. Moreover, her mother named her after actor Aishwarya Rai because she wanted Sheoran to become Miss India. She was chosen in the top 21 finalists for Miss India 2016.
Although an ace model Sheron also had another quirk; she was always very studious. After participating in a plethora of pageants, shows, walking for Lakme Fashion Week, Bombay Times Fashion Week, Amazon Fashion Week, and designers like Manish Malhotra, she opted for a hiatus.
Civil Services had always been a dream for Sheron, and so during the hiatus, she poured herself into studies. Rather than opting for a coaching course, she prepared for the competitive exam herself. Switching her phone off and getting away from all forms of social media, Sheron poured herself into her studies.
Sheron’s father Colonel Ajay Kumar is the Commanding Officer of NCC Telangana Battalion at Karimnagar. For Sheron, the thought of joining the Indian Army crossed her mind several times. However, she wanted to be on the other side of the coin as she wanted some diversity in her family with the ultimate goal to sever the nation.
According to her, even though there are opportunities for a woman to grow in the army, the options are limited. However, in civil services, the options are endless and there is no limit to what a woman can achieve, she was quoted as saying in media reports.
- Bengal to soon conduct trials of COVID-19 booster shots
- Pakistan: Mob lynches Sri Lankan citizen over blasphemy
- WHO rushes team to S Africa to help combat new variant
- Meghalaya: 12 differently-abled beneficiaries receive assistive devices
- Nagaland: Rengma Nagas to go on hunger strike over demand for district
- Mizoram minister says MNF ‘anointed by God’ to face hard times