From winning KBC Junior to becoming an IPS officer, Ravi Mohan Saini has proved he is a genius

Dr Ravi Mohan Saini won the highest prize money in Kaun Banjega Crorepati Junior in 2001, which was the only season of the format. He answered the most correct questions and won Rs. one crore as the prize reward. He is now an Indian Police Services (IPS) officer, and has now taken over as Superintendent of Police in Porbandar.

One crore rupee

Ravi Mohan Saini won one crore rupee in Kaun Banega Crorepati Junior, which was organised in 2001.

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Third time's the charm

After two partially successful tries, he appeared for the exam again, in 2014, and qualified for the Indian Police Services (IPS) with an All-India Rank of 461. 

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Superintendent of Police

Now at the age of 33, he took charge as the Superintendent of Police, Porbandar this week.

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A delayed reward

He was in class 10 when he appeared in KBC Junior in 2001. He was only 14 at that time. "I was the winner of Rs 1 crore. However, I got Rs 69 lakh after deduction of taxes, four years later," he had told a media organization in 2017.

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Deputy Commissioner

Before being transferred to Porbandar, he served as the Deputy Commissioner of Police Zone 1 in Rajkot city.

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