IAS Topper Tina Dabi Proves Her Talent Once Again, Bags Gold Honor During 2-Year Training

IAS Tina Dabie has showcased her talent yet again and attained the new height.

Yes, during the year 2015, Tina Dabie also remained topper of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examination, which is regarded as the country's toughest examination, and once again, she has proved her intelligence.

In 2015, she chose to become an IAS officer when she topped the UPSC.

Afterward, she got two years training in Uttarakhand's Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie.

The hard working officer has also bagged gold medal during this training that took place at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration.

She topped her batch in the training as well. Tina Dabi bas been honored with the 'President of India Gold Medal' after successfully finishing a 2 year training course in Mussoorie.

An elated Tina Dabi wrote – “*RANK 1* Once Again.

I have received President of India Gold Medal for coming First in my 2 years of Training.

I am *First in Order of Merit* of 2016 Batch of IAS.”

Tina is an inhabitant of the national capital and when she topped the UPSC, she was just 24.

When she topped the exam, she turned out be a target because of her caste. At that time, people had spoken of her being topped owing to her Dalit and reservation.

Tina tied the nuptial knot to Athar Aamir-ul-Shafi, a dweller of Kashmir. In the meantime, Aamir got second position in the UPSC after Tina Dabi in the year 2015. After this, they turned friends and then decided to get hitched to each other.

by Vijay Singh | Sat, Jun 30 - 04:19 PM

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