"Twelfth Fail," authored by Anurag Pathak, is not just a book; it's a beacon of hope and a testament to the unwavering human spirit. The story revolves around the life of Manoj Kumar Sharma, who faced a pivotal setback in his academic journey – failing the 12th grade. In a society where academic success is often equated with one's worth, Manoj's journey from a '12th fail' to an esteemed IPS officer is nothing short of extraordinary. The book is set in the heart of India, weaving through the socio-economic fabric that often determines the fate of many. Pathak’s writing vividly captures the essence of Indian society, its education system, and the weight of societal expectations. His narrative is not just about failing and succeeding; it's about challenging the status quo and breaking the shackles of conventional success metrics. What makes "Twelfth Fail" stand out is its raw portrayal of reality. The author doesn’t shy away from depicting the s
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