An old proverb goes, “Where there is a will, there is a way.” But Babli Kumari, a Bihar Police constable stationed at the police lines in the Begusarai area, recently provided evidence to support this.
Bihar police constable Babli Kumari, who is posted in the state’s Begusarai area, has established herself as an example for others to imitate. Babli Kumari excelled in the BPSC test while juggling her arduous police work and domestic responsibilities. Babli Kumari will become a Deputy Superintendent of Police in the Bihar Police Service after completing her training at the Rajgir Training Center.
Kumari is in line to become the deputy superintendent of police after acing the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) or Bihar civil services test. Kumari has been successful in juggling her duties as a wife and mother of a seven-month-old kid with the demands of work and education.
Babli Kumari was honored by her boss and Begusarai SP Yogendra Kumar before departing for training at Rajgir Training Center. On Wednesday, she was honored in the SP’s chamber. Babli Kumari started her career as a police officer in Bihar, and her initial assignment was to the Khagaria region. She was employed as a constable at the Begusarai police stations at the time.
Yogendra Kumar, the SP for Begusarai, commented on Babli Kumari’s accomplishments by saying, “We are pleased that a female constable who is currently on duty passed the BPSC test. She’ll shortly go for Rajgir to begin her training.”
Babli Kumari, elated, said: “Since I was the family’s eldest daughter, I assumed responsibility. I was thus seeking a government position. I was chosen for the constable position in 2015. I then persisted in applying for more government jobs. In my third attempt, I was successful in passing the BPSC test.”
Aspiring candidates should make the most of the resources given to them by their guardians, who should encourage their wards’ aspirations, according to Kumari.
She pleaded with the guardians to support their daughters or daughters-in-law in advanced education.
The success of Kumari will continue to encourage married women to pursue their dreams of success despite their domestic duties.
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