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He wants to join the IAS.
Karnataka's Nandini KR topped the UPSC 2016 exam.
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It's a pity to see the most capable of our society being consumed in the wilderness of India's babudom, when they could've tried to explore better options internationally. That would've been more rewarding for them as individuals and for Kashmir as a whole. I find it quite logical when I say I want to see the best and brightest of Kashmir to prove their mettle in international competitive exams, rather than restricting themselves to serving the Indian administration.
How does clearing or not clearing the UPSC exam make you a winner or a loser? This is just one exam for a particular type of job! So what if you didn't clear it? Is everyone who is anyone doing UPSC-based jobs? What about Sachin Tendulkar, Aishwarya Rai, Bill Gates, Narendra Modi, Mary Kom? Have they all cleared the UPSC?
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