Narayan Konwar: From 12th Fail to IAS Officer


The remarkable journey of Narayan Konwar, an IAS officer from Assam, unfolds as an inspiring saga of overcoming hardships. Born into poverty in Morigaon district, Konwar faced constant challenges and hunger, with his father’s meager income as a teacher.

While the tale of IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma’s life resonates in the hearts of many, today, we shift our focus to another remarkable journey. This time, it’s about an IAS officer who faced failure in class 12th but emerged triumphant against all odds.

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Tragedy struck when Konwar lost his father at a young age, intensifying the financial struggle for him and his mother. Undeterred by adversity, Konwar’s mother worked as a daily wage laborer and sold vegetables to make ends meet.

Despite facing these obstacles, Konwar defied the odds. He chose education over insurgency, graduating locally, earning postgraduate distinctions, and securing the 119th rank in the UPSC exams in 2010. His journey exemplifies unwavering determination and hard work, serving as an inspiration for youth facing challenges in achieving their dreams.

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