10-AUG-2019: 25 AMU students qualify UP judicial services exam
ALIGARH August 10: As many as 25 students including Harihar Gupta, who secured the second rank, from the Department of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, qualified the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Services (Civil Judge) examination, 2018.
Twenty-five students, including 14 girls, got selected and "it is in line with the illustrious legacy of producing judicial officers", said Professor Zaheeruddin, Dean, Faculty of Law.
The following students were selected: Pratush Gupta, Ammey Bhashini, Heena Kausar, Asif Nawaz Khan, Mehar Jahan, Zeeshan Mehndi, Sandhya Baghel, Naved Akhtar, Pankaj Kumar Pandey, Meenakshi Bansal, Mehnaz Khan, Shamsul Rahman, Mohd Faraz Khan, Shreya Solanki, Afifa Irfan, Satya Chaudhary, Nisha Ali, Farheen Khan, Umam Zahid, Samreen Fatima Nomani, Farha Naaz Parveen, Siddhartha Bangoti, Shalini Singh, Pushpendra Kumar Singh, Shwetika Upadhyaya and Harihar Gupta.
The Vice Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor congratulated the students and hoped their resounding success will inspire other students.
Professor Javaid Talib, Chairman, Department of Law congratulated the students on their success. The results reinforce the standing of the Aligarh Muslim University, and in particular, the Department of Law that has emerged as a frontrunner in recent rankings, he added.
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