I: Putting the Eye in IAS

If aspirations are at the right place, then the sky is the limit for your ambitions. To serve one’s country, one needs vision, not eyesight. This book is a journey of one such visionary whose eyesight became a thorough impediment for his dreams, and what follows is the author’s determination for carving a niche for himself and opening windows of hope for thousands of others.

This book talks about the journey of a young small-town visually-challenged boy from a Dehradun school to the highest echelons of the Indian civil services. The essence of the story brews of the immensity of hope that can flourish one’s voyage and serves as an inspiration to the whole nation.



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