In today’s world, everyone wants to live a carefree, comfortable life with a decent job. But, there are few individuals who don’t want to be a part of such a rat race and want to live an extraordinary life in this ordinary world.
Such as Shubham Sinha, a B.Tech student at the School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Lovely Professional University, who secured an All India Rank- 4 in the UPSC CDS 2 Electronics and Communications Engineering SSC technical examinations organized by the Indian Army.
Not only that, but he also secured an AIR-19 in the Naval Academy and AIR-48 in the Indian Military Academy examination.
He expressed his satisfaction by stating, “I am immensely thankful both to the faculty and mentors at LPU for the tremendous support and encouragement that they have bestowed upon me. The university pushed me to work on my skills and to academically excel, which significantly contributed to my success. Patience, hard work, and unwavering faith in God propelled me even further to accomplish my life-long goal of joining the Indian army”.
Shubham born and brought up in Patna, Bihar, joined the NCC (National Cadet Corps) training since his early school days. He also aims at joining the Indian Army as a Lieutenant according to his current grades. He also affirmed that now his main goal is to be part of the Special Forces.
Ashok Mittal, The Chancellor of the Lovely Professional University, expressed how proud he was of Shubham’s achievements by asserting, “We take immense pride in Shubham’s achievement in the prestigious UPSC CDS examinations. We are proud of the AIR ranking he secured in the ECE, Military, and Naval category. At LPU, our focus is on industry-academia immersion and it is great to see Shubham apply his education and soft skills in the defence forces.”
In a world driven by an unending pursuit for wealth, We need more people like Shubham Sinha, giving up all the corporate luxuries in order to work for the upliftment of society. Indeed, such real-life stories are inspirational for many. We wish Shubham a long and worthwhile career ahead and we look forward to hearing more such stories.