Logeshwaran from Tamil Nadu did Not Lose Courage Even After Failing Seven Times, Was Selected In The Indian Coast Guard For The Eighth Time
26-year-old M Logeshwaran, a resident of Sulur in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore district, has made his dream come true to join the Indian Coast Guard by cracking the exam in his eighth attempt.
Even after failing in the examination seven times in five years, he did not lose courage and succeeded in the eighth attempt.
Logeshwaran will soon start training as an Assistant Commandant at the Indian Naval Academy in Ezhimala, Kerala.
Logeshwaran said, “After completing BE mechanical engineering in 2016, I attended a lecture by Captain Rahul Siddhartha, who spoke about job opportunities for engineering graduates in defense services informed about.
He then joined Delta Squad, a disaster rescue team led by Lt. S. Asn, where he participated in several rescue operations at Manapparai.
Hard stage found
about failing in seven attempts Logeshwarn said he focused on those areas where there was not focused their attention.
I was weak in psychology and writing skills. I got over it with hard work. I made sure not to repeat the same mistakes.
Challenging the task of the Indian Coast Guard, Logeshwaran will be trained on leading a team, weapons training, weather reading, navigation, scaling.
The task is challenging as infiltration by unknown persons into the sea will also be controlled by the Indian Coast Guard.
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