Mumbai: Sneha Dubey, who made a statement on behalf of India after exercising the right to reply to Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s address at UNGA, is India’s First Secretary at UN.
Soon after, people took to the internet and started looking for the lady officer. Sneha Dubey passed the Civil Services Examination in the year 2011 on the very first attempt. She grew up in Goa and spent most of her childhood there. After graduating from Ferguson College, Pune, Sneha did her Masters in Geography from Jawaharlal University (JNU), New Delhi.
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As per the available details, Sneha was very fond of joining the Indian Foreign Service. Since she was interested in international issues, Dubey completed his MPhil from the School of International Studies in JNU, Delhi. An avid traveller, Sneha believes that becoming IFS has given her the best opportunity to represent the country.
Sneha Dubey’s first appointment was in the Ministry of External Affairs after being selected for international service. Then in August 2014, she was appointed to the Indian Embassy in Madrid.
The young Indian diplomat was earlier quoted as saying in an interview that the idea of joining the Indian Foreign Service had always inspired him, adding that his interest in global affairs made him pursue the study of international relations.