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Essay On My Ambition In Life To Become A Ias Officer

 Life affords no higher pleasure than that of surmounting difficulties, passing from one-step of success to another forming new ambitions and seeking them gratified.                                                                            – Samuel Johnson

     In the life of mankind one has his own dreams and wishes. The dreams transform in to vibrant thoughts concerning about his career and future. No one can exactly predict what role he has to play in the society as the World is a play stage and all people are just performers in that center-stage. Ambition doesn’t need to be made of sterner stuff. It is an exaggeration of your dream and thoughts of how you want to be in your life.

    My ambition is to become an IAS officer. Though I know that the magnitude of civil services exam is tough but still I feel it is a challenge to relish upon. IAS – Indian Administrative Service sounds and preludes a sense of pride in the minds of the selected candidates. To lead a district/bunch of villages is not a simple joke and every time you need to be on your toes, manage crisis and you need to be a decision maker as well as an efficient leader.

    The very wish of me becoming an IAS officer is infused by the social evils that prevail in the society. The sufferings faced by poor and the destitute ignite the spirit in one’s self and instigate the proceedings. Every one should at least have access to basic amenities like food, shelter, clothing etc. Nothing can be changed in a day’s time, but it is possible only by the cumulative efforts of all people. If India is to become a super-power, she needs to get out of the webs of poverty, unemployment, social inequality and communal riots.

       So why IAS?? I don’t want to myself lie between the cobwebs of matrimony and job. Indeed I want to contribute something for the nation for her progress and development. India is in urgent need of youths who are determined for the sake of the nation. IAS officer to some extent can spur a change in the lives of people under his control. The task doesn’t end here and one needs to devote his soul to the nation building politics. The infusion of young blood in politics will surely have a great impact in the development of our nation.

Ambition affords no greater responsibility, no greater privilege than the raising of the next generation.

    India is one of the most corrupt countries and this evil pegs her at the developing nations list. My ambition constitutes the dream of living and dying in a  “Developed India – 2020”.The positions in the IAS service vary from the powerful Cabinet Secretary to the District Collector. My ambition doesn’t and shouldn’t aim and hitch my vision for the highest cadre. Instead I feel fortunate and proud to be an IAS officer to serve the needy and the deprived in the modern “Information Era” based society.

    Education for all, abolition of castes, creed and religion, Prevention of social exploitation, abolition of social evils ,weeding out corruption, improving infrastructure and basic facilities and these things stand for prior action. It is definitely a challenge for a young man to lead in such circumstances. Life is all about taking up challenges and at the end of the day/outset it is all about how well we fared at that moment/instant. My ambition is the vision of developed India -2020 dreamt by Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam and to transform his dreams into reality.

    At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the whole world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. Since then midnights have passed, but we are still asleep. Now the time has come to redeem our pledge. A country with glorious history and uncertain future. The certainty depends on the young Turks…Dream of becoming a super-power will remain a dream if we fail to wake up from slumber.

An ambitious dream of a Developed India be envisioned by our dreamzz…

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Aimless life is no lesser than a sin . Many people have no definite aim in life. They are like travellers going ahead without any destination. Someone has truly said that “Changes do not happen when circumstances improve it happens when we decide to change to ourselves .’’Such people who lead an aimless life do not believe in hard work but, always depend on destiny.

It is true that God has written our destiny but it is we who have to achieve it through hardwork. It is you, if you do not work efficiently you won’t achieve the best results of it. A person who has his goals set will never astray.

He won’t be mislead by other temptations. He’ll be the master of his luck. He does not believe in destiny. He loves his work and he’ll be efficient towards it, and his energies won’t go waste. His health does not fail him. But, for people who have aimless lives won’t change his mood to change his track. If you have an ambition, you can pursue it all your life and you are never tired. It drives you on and on quite tirelessly. It is necessary to decide in life that what you aspire to become. An engineer, a doctor, lawyer, scientist, philosopher or anything different from it. The whole world is open before a young man and he should make up his mind about his career/profession as soon as possible.

Most of the people work to achieve money and fame, but why do people forget that they need to serve their country first. They need to pay their motherland. People should love their work. For them work should be their life. It is true that in this present world money is necessary but too much will pave a wrong path for you. That is why, I strongly desire to become an I.A.S. officer [Indian Administrative Service]. I want to thank my motherland first to give me such a beautiful land to live. I want to serve her upon my best. I know that an I.A.S. officer does not receive that amount of money to have luxurious lives. But I envisage that someone has truly said that “If your whole day has been good, then you are on the wrong path”. This means that if you have all the luxuries of life you will lose your simplicity and I being an officer want people to inspire from what I become.

“Hate the sin, but not the sinner”. Do not ignore people who don’t be efficient towards their work, hate their habit. Atlast, I would only say that put up aims in your life at an early age, you’ll never astray and seek your aims with wonders and happiness of life.


Aishwarya A Jain

Email: jainaishwarya33-at-yahoo.in


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