ट्वेल्थ फेल Twelfth Fail Book PDF Novel 12th Fail book is written by Anurag Pathak, is based on life of IPS Manoj Kumar Sharma (2005 cadre) He is currently posted as Additional Commissioner of West Region in Mumbai.
In today’s era, everyone makes many efforts to reach the pinnacle of success in their life, some people cross the goal of this success but some remain behind in it but continue their efforts. This book is for those people who want to achieve big achievements in their life. This book tells the story of a child who has faced many difficulties in life and how he finally makes his family and country proud by becoming an IPS officer.
This book is best motivational book for those student who want to get big achievement and struggling in their lives and want to become something. Twelfth Fail is one of the most read novels, written by Anurag Pathak and this novel depicts the life condition of IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma ji, how he succeeded in his life after many difficulties.
12th Fail Book is a really wonderful book for struggling students which is available in both Hindi and English language, if you are interested in reading novels and biography then this can be a motivational book for you. Because by reading this book you will be able to feel that how a person struggled in his life to get a position of respect.
This book is an all-in-one book as it is a combination of struggle, sadness, crying and fighting feelings, with the help of this book you will be able to feel the struggle of life, and also know that the 12th class board is a How important is it in a student’s life? Because when a student fails in his 12th class, how does he feel that his further career will be over.
But in the story, IPS Manoj Kumar Sharma, who lives in Mumbai, did not give up in his life even after failing in 12th, and after 3 consecutive attempts, he passed the UPSC examination in the fourth attempt and was appointed to the post of IPS.
The journey of his life from childhood to becoming an IPS has been written by his friend Anurag Pathak in a book called Twelfth Fail.
He tells that when he studied in school, he never cared for marks and never let his numbers become a hindrance in his life.
He had prepared for UPSC Civil Services Exam only after completing his Ph.D. And made the family proud by getting all India rank 121 in his fourth attempt.
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”–Winston S. Churchill
Journey of Manoj Kumar Sharma till becoming IPS
Manoj Kumar Sharma, a resident of Morena, Madhya Pradesh, was an average student from the beginning, due to which he got third division in 10th. After this he could not pass the 12th examination. He had failed in all subjects except Hindi. And after failing in 12th, he also worked with his brother to drive an auto.
One day when he was driving an auto with his brother, the police caught his auto. Then he thought that he would talk to the SDM and get his auto released. And then he decided to go to the SDM but could not say the matter of getting the auto released in front of the SDM. But he definitely asked the SDM how preparations are made to become an SDM and then he made up his mind that now he will go to this service.
When Manoj was in 12th standard, he fell in love with a girl, but then he could not express his love because he was afraid that his one sided love might end. But in the end he proposed to the girl and said that if you say yes then I will turn the whole world around. And during UPSC preparation it was Shraddha who gave full support to Manoj. And later Manoj and Shraddha got married. At present, his wife Shraddha is also an officer in the Indian Revenue Service.
“Don’t be afraid to give up the good to go for the great.”–John D. Rockefeller
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Thomas Alva Edison has failed many times before making the bulb, because only one success will not make the edition talented, but he can become talented only by climbing the stairs of failures, falling down. Tenzing Norgay also failed 7 times before conquering Everest, if he had accepted defeat only after the first or second failure, he would never have been able to conquer Everest. When APJ Abdul Kalam, the former President of India, launched his first Indian launch, SLV 3, he could not complete his flight, after a few seconds the wreckage of PSLV got absorbed in the deep water of the sea. Even after the disappointment, Abdul Kalam raised India’s name in the world by launching the first Indian launch vehicle in two years.