First Jobs Of Some Famous Mainstream Indian Politicians

First Jobs Of Some Famous Mainstream Indian Politicians

Indian politicians have a great following and impact on society. They have a great deal of respect among the general public and are profoundly retarded. Nonetheless, a large portion of the populace doesn’t know about their most loved government official’s initial employment. None of the politicians came directly into politics. Most of them are in fact from a non-political background. Some of them originated from a poor family and did tasks that offer less. Here we brought about some of them.

1. Sonia Gandhi

An Italian citizen and married to former prime minister Rajeev Gandhi, Sonia studied English in Cambridge at the Bell Educational Trust’s language school. She came across Rajiv Gandhi while she was working as a waitress in a restaurant.

2. Pranab Mukherjee

Former president Pranab Mukherjee is respected by all politicians. He has a degree of M.A. in history and political science and completed his LLB from University of Calcutta. He served as an upper-division clerk in the office of Deputy Accountant-General in Kolkata before joining the Congress party. Later he became the finance minister and then the president of India.

3. Mohammad Hamid Ansari

After cracking the prestigious UPSC exam he served in Indian Foreign Services and is currently working as the chancellor of Punjab University.

4. Arvind Kejriwal

He studied mechanical engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur. In 1989 he was posted to Jamshedpur to serve in Tata Steel. At that point he think about Indian Administrations Examination. Later he was known because of Janlokpal Bill Fomentation which brought him being the CM of Delhi.

5. Rahul Gandhi

Son of Rajeev Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi, Rahul completed his B.A. in 1994 and M.Phil in 1995. His initial position at the Screen Gathering was an administration counseling firm, in London. Currently he is the Vice President of Congress.

6. Manmohan Singh

From 1966-1969 he worked for United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and later turned to an educator at the College of Delhi. Later he became the Prime Minister and his tenure was 10 years long.

7. Bal Thackeray

He lived an iconic life. He was a cartoonist and later became a popular leader.

8. Devendra Fadnavis

With a five year law degree he graduated from Government Law School in 1992 and joined ABVP as his first work.

9. Mayawati

In 1976, she completed B.Ed. from VMLG School, Ghaziabad. While planning for IAS she served as an educator in Inderpuri JJ state. Later she got into political issues and also became the CM of Uttar Pradesh.

10. Lalu Prasad Yadav

At Bihar Veterinary School, he worked as a peon. Later he took a degree in Law and an ace in political science from B.N.College, Patna. He finally served as the CM of Bihar after some time getting into politics.

11. Nitish Kumar

He did Electrical engineering from Patna University. Later he joined Bihar electricity board and is currently the CM of Bihar.

12. Smriti Irani

While planning to do something as a performing artist, Smriti worked as a server in Mc Donald’s in Mumbai. She came into fame from her TV serial “Kyuki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi” and is currently a strong face of BJP.

13. Amit Shah

After completing his B.Sc degree in natural chemistry, he joined his dad’s business. He is currently a leader if BJP.

14. Pratibha Patil

She has a graduate degree in political science and economics from Mooljee Jetha School, Jalgaon (at that time under Pune College) and Law degree from Government Law School, Mumbai. As her initial work, she provided legal counsel at the Jalgaon Region Court. She ended up becoming the first lady President of India.

15. Narendra Modi

Currently the PM of India, Modi originated from a poor family. Her mother used to work as a household help in families. He began his profession as a tea merchant. Later he developed as a political pioneer of BJP and went ahead to wind up noticeably the Main elections of Gujarat. At last in 2014 he took a huge jump and became the Prime Minister of India.