Kerala Woman Is First From Indigenous Tribes Of Wayanad To Crack IAS Exam | Read

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For 26-year-old Sreedhanya Suresh, the road to cracking the civil service exams wasn't easy. Her parents were daily wage workers and their only source of household income was the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee scheme. But despite all odds, Sreedhanya became the first person from the indigenous tribes of Wayanad to clear the prestigious exams. She is among the 29 people from Kerala who have cleared the exam.

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