Well, the following personalities were aspirants at one point of time. Now, they are successful individuals – who have, with force and vigour, cleared the challenging UPSC / WBCS examinations.
They never looked back.
Positive outlook, indefatigable energy, and smart ‘hard work’ were the fundamentals which saw them through.
This unassuming man is Kantesh Mishra, now IPS officer going through the arduous training modules at National Police Academy, Hyderabad. Humble, yet confident – Mr Mishra got through IPS in his second attempt itself with an All India Rank [AIR] 103. He had HISTORY as the optional. Knowledge is his firepower. He was with Trademark IAS for the entire course of Prelims, Mains, Interview & Advanced Test Series
Indira Mukherjee clears all obstacles with grit, determination, bravado and intellect. An IPS officer of the West Bengal cadre, she is now posted at Contai as SDPO. She had HISTORY & Pol Sc as optional papers in UPSC. Previously she belonged to the IT sector. She was with Trademark IAS for the entire course of Prelims, Mains, Interview & Advanced Test Series
An IAS officer of the West Bengal cadre, Rajarshi Mitra could be best described as an intellectual. He has his own style of writing, which at times may seem esoteric – nonetheless, sublime. Presently, he is in-charge of Baruipur. He underwent the turmoil at Ranaghat as SDO. He was in academia before joining bureaucracy. He was with Trademark IAS for the entire course of Prelims, Mains, Interview & Advanced Test Series
Madhura Roy is at NITI Ayog as Research Officer. She belongs to the Indian Statistical Service. She loves to pen down her experiences as an amateur writer. She has published in The Hindu. She took classroom guidance on General Studies.
A flamboyant officer, Anshul Gupta is in IPS. He has a glorious academic background of being in IIT Kharagpur and IIM Ahmedabad. He also worked at Goldman Sachs. History & Pol Sc were his optionals. He took up our Correspondence course.
Subham Sundar Ghosh
Cool, smart & fast is how one would describe Subham Sundar Ghosh – now in Pondicherry as Superintendent of Police. He was from the IT sector, but strongly desired to become a civil servant. And here you see, a live example where perseverance, persistence & patience can see one through the UPSC hurdle. Mr Ghosh also had HISTORY as the optional. He was with Trademark IAS for the entire course of Prelims, Mains, Interview & Advanced Test Series.
Arijit Sinha with an AIR 173 is an IPS officer. He hails from Asansol. He was guided in the nuances of UPSC Interview.
Rajnish Kumar is in the coveted All India Service of Indian Forest Services [IFoS]. He has a background in Physics. He took classroom coaching on General Studies at Trademark IAS.
Presently in Nagpur at the National Academy of Direct Taxes, Rajarshi Dasgupta had the distinction of AIR 169 in UPSC. He is an IRS officer and had a past working experience at DRDO. He too, hails from Asansol. He was guided in the nuances of UPSC Interview.
Shekhar Chaudhury has an MTech from IIT Delhi. He has qualified the WBCS exams. He also cleared the UPSC Engg Services exam. He went upto the Interview stage of UPSC Civil Services thrice. He was with us through General Studies, Advanced Test Series & Interview guidance.
We are pleased to introduce Dipankar Baidya, Commercial Tax Officer (CTO), working under the Govt. of West Bengal. In 2009, when he qualified the West Bengal Civil Services Examination (WBCS), his service rank was 11th. Interestingly, in 2010 he did not join WBCS (Executive) and continued as a CTO. Further, to add more feathers to his cap, Mr Baidya has crossed the hurdle of UPSC Prelims repeatedly in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012 & 2015. He was with us through General Studies & Advanced Test Series.
Uddipan Mukherjee qualified WBCS twice – once as a CTO & then as BDO, Executive. He chose to remain as CTO. He has also reached upto UPSC Mains twice. He was with us through General Studies, History optional & Advanced Test Series.
Jagannath Mukherjee was at the top position of the WBCS merit list for CTO – which he voluntarily chose. He was with us through General Studies, History optional & Advanced Test Series.
Mr Rajan Agarwal is an Engineer with an IT background. He is inquisitive, loves to work in a time-bound fashion, and somewhat restless to reach the top bureaucracy. He loves changes as well as challenges. He gets into WBCS Executive & aspires to work as a Block Development Officer. Nevertheless, his bigger goal is to get through UPSC Civils. He appeared UPSC Mains 2015. He has HISTORY as the optional paper.
"Trademark IAS provides good guidance to UPSC & State Civil Service aspirants"
-[as told to WBCS Interview panel]
Mr Saurav Sarkar graduated in Electronics and Communication Engg. He is enthused in reading current affairs. He is interested in a variety of sports. Presently working in Reserve Bank of India, he aspires to be an integral part of Civil Service. He qualifies as a WBCS Executive officer.
"Thank you Trademark Team for your overall guidance and suggestions during the mock interview"
Mr Vikash Pandey was eager to venture out of the domain of teaching English to students of classes X to XII. With an MA in English and a B Ed, Mr Pandey also likes to cook culinary delights. He gets into WBCS as a Commercial Tax Officer - deliberate choice of not opting for the Executive BDO post due to purely personal reasons.
I want to express my gratitude for your guidance for WBCS 2014 interview. Your timely assistance was a great morale booster in clearing the exam."
Chandrasekhar Chauhan has cleared WBCS. He aspires to become as IAS officer. He went upto Mains 2015. He was with us through General Studies, History optional & Advanced Test Series.
And we can go on adding more & more names to this List of Rakhi Biswas, WBCS, BDO, Kolaghat
Rumpa Das, WBCS,
Sayantan Ghosh, WBCS
Pratyay Sarkar, WBCS
& the saga goes on ……………