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Asit Yadav, IPS: Profile, Family and Details

Asit Yadav is a young and dynamic Indian Police Service (IPS) Officer of Madhya Pradesh Cadre. He had cracked UPSC Civil Services Examination in 2010 with All India Rank of 364. Ever since joining the service, he is making news for positive and constructive work that can be expected by a Police Officer in these tough times. Moreover, his performance in some of the most backward (geographically, demographically and economically) regions of Madhya Pradesh is worth applauding.
He was recently in news for taking initiatives in Balaghat where he not only give a sense of security to down trodden people, but also ensured that they get best of the class medical care. It should be remembered that Asit is also a doctor and has not abdicated his responsibility even after becoming an IPS Officer.

Asit Yadav, IPS

Profile of Asit Yadav

Asit Yadav was born and brought up in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. He completed schooling from Meerut and started preparation for Medical Entrance Examination. He cracked CPMT and get admission into MLB Medical College, Gwalior.

He has completed MBBS from MLB Medical College. He didn’t go for high degrees after this and rather decided to prepare for Civil Services. He appeared in UPSC Civil Services Examination in 2010 and cracked it with AIR 364. He got his second choice for cadre – Madhya Pradesh. His first choice was UP.

It should also be mentioned that he got IPS because of reservation policy. He had completed MBBS but was not into practice and had not joined any hospital and hence could easily cross the hurdle of creamy layer.

Family of Asit Yadav

Asit Yadav is married and living in Balaghat. Unfortunately, there is no information in public domain about his wife and children, in any. If you have any personal information about this dynamic and inspiring figure, please share in the comment box for other readers.

Recent News

Asit Yadav, as the SP of Balaghat, organized a medical camp in Sitapal Police Post. He being the doctor actively got involved in this camp. He had also called a medical team comprising six doctors from Nagpur. More than 400 villagers got medical benefits – free diagnostic tests and medicines – through this medical camp.