A vegetable vendors daughter in Madhya Pradesh, Indore becomes a civil judge. She cleared the recruitment examination on her fourth attempt. The 29-year-old Ankita Nagar told despite failing to clear the recruitment exam thrice, she did not divert from her goal of becoming a judge.
Ms. Nagar said.
“I have passed the civil judge Class-II examination in my fourth attempt. I don’t have words to describe my happiness,”
Her father Ashok Nagar is a vegetable vendor in the Musakhedi area of the city. After finishing her practice for the test, she said she even used to help him in his work. Ms. Nagar completed her master’s degree (LLM) and study law since childhood. While studying for her bachelor’s degree in law, she decided to become a judge.
Ankita Nagar said,
“Despite three unsuccessful tries, I did not give up and stayed concentrating on fulfilling my goal. This effort opened doors for me and I kept moving forward,”
After beginning her term as a civil judge, Ankita Nagar said she will concentrate on providing justice for anyone who comes to her court. A proud father, Ashok Nagar said his daughter has set a model by not losing courage despite having to face a very tough struggle in life.
Insydfeed salutes Ankita for her hard work and dedication towards becoming a civil judge.