27-MAY-2019: AMU law students qualify Delhi Judicial Service Examination
Aligarh, May 27: The incredible success stories of Anam Rais Khan and Isra Abbas Zaidi, students of BALLB Class of 2015 and 2016 respectively of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), who qualified the Delhi Judicial Service Examination (DJSE) 2018 are full of inspiration, grit and motivation and generations of students to come in AMU will look up to them.
Anam, who secured the 71st rank, longed to be back in India from Sydney in Australia, where she had moved after marriage. She balanced her immigration consultancy firm job in Sydney with the preparation of DJSE with sheer hard work. Her strong will, dedication and perseverance finally led to splendid success.
Giving credit to alma mater for success, Anam said: "AMU provided me with the ability to look forward. The teachers at the Faculty of Law and Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) helped me to plan the best and to look at what the future holds for me."
The moot courts, debates and mock interviews among other activities in AMU trained me for DJSE, she said.
Anam added that she wanted to become a civil judge to correct injustices in society by impartially and properly interpreting the meaning, significance, and implications of the law.
"As a judge, one can contribute to the evolution of law, serve the nation and make a difference", she said.
"Qualifying DJSE needs analytical and reasoned application approach and thinking out of the box", pointed Anam.
Anam was an AMU Gold medalist in Constitutional Law. She also engaged in legal literacy awareness programs, clothes donation camps and environment campaigns and was a winner of several moot court and debates. She qualified the UGC NET and got enrolled with Bar Council of Delhi in 2017.
Isra Abbas Zaidi, who secured the 101st rank said that she can hardly wait to have her appointment letter for judicial magistrate first class.
"I had always admired the judiciary, as this is the only field that delivers justice to people. Becoming a part of the law profession nurtured my ambition to start preparing for the judiciary exams", she said.
Isra urged judiciary services aspirants in AMU to be consistent and dedicated in their preparations. "Maintaining a daily systematic routine of studying a couple of hours is better than studying non-stop at the eleventh hour. One needs to be sincere while preparing for the exams and devoted to the subjects", she pointed out.
Isra qualified the UGC NET in 2017 and has been enrolled at the Bar Council of Delhi since 2018.
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