The speakers include Meera K (AIR 6), Dheenah Dastageer (AIR 63), Malini S (AIR 135) and Gokul S (AIR 357) and they will share their experiences including the hardships faced prior to their achievement.
It is believed that racism was behind the untimely demise of Pulicat Rathnavelu Chetti, who was so outstanding, even better than his English peers.
Seven Keralites figure in the first 100 ranks of the prestigious Civil Services. Years of hard work, perseverance, and utter determination to achieve their goal helped these youngsters to excel in the highly competitive exam
Kumar, aged 24 years, topped the civil services examination in his third attempt. He got selected in the Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) after qualifying the civil services examination 2019.
At least eight Malayalis feature in the top-100 of the rank list.
The native of Karyavattom, who hold a postgraduate degree in Biochemistry, secured the 150th rank in the civil services examination.
Students from Class 8 till undergraduate and post-graduate levels, and professionals may take part in the webinar
Manorama Horizon, the online education portal of Malayala Manorama is organizing a free webinar on September 24; 9.30 am.
Yearbook Online has conducted many webinars in the past one year for UPSC aspirants, to guide them for their preparations using online resources.
Latheesha Ansari, 27, a native of Erumely in Kottayam district, was born with Osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bone disease).