For 27-year-old Bhawani Singh Bhati, a juice vendor in Jodhpur, it was the dedicated and sustained hard work that paved the way for good fortune, when he cleared the exam for Physical Training Instructor conducted by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC).
After graduation, Bhati started the juice stall in front of the famous Ashoka gardens in Jodhpur to be independent and manage finances on his own. “I come from a small village near Jodhpur. I could not depend on my parents after my graduation and so set up this juice store to ensure that I earn some money and fund my education.”
Bhawani appeared for more than 20 competitive exams, including a clutch of Rajasthan and central government exams, but was not able to crack them.
He did not lose hope and continued to look for better opportunities while managing his juice stall. Recently, he relied on the ed-tech App and began taking lessons. The app also allows unlimited access of the content, which helps in revision for the candidates, multiple tests and faculty support. All this helped Bhawani fulfill his dream and crack the exam.
Bhawani’s day starts at 4 a.m. when he starts work on preparing the juices for early morning joggers and tourists. Work at the stall keeps him busy throughout the day.
He used small breaks in the afternoon to revise and study at his house once he downed shutters for the day.
“I was confident that hard work will make me successful. I am thrilled that I have been selected for this prestigious post. The Utkarsh App, with its myriad features, was a true game changer. I was also inspired by Dr. Nirmal Gehlot, the CEO and Founder of Utkarsh Classes and Edutech,” Bhati said.
Gehlot said, “Many students tend to make excuses and give up quickly. Bhawani is an inspiration as he not only managed to stand on his own feet, he did not give up and has finally cracked the much-coveted spot,”