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7 Law College aspirants crack Judicial Service exams



DEHRADUN, 21 Jul: A festive atmosphere was observed today at Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University. It was a day of special significance and achievement because one faculty member and five students of the college had cracked the UP judicial services examination, while one student was declared successful in the Nepal judicial services examination. Among the selected aspirants, Naved Akhtar, a faculty member of Law College Dehradun, was accorded a grand felicitation at the campus. Principal Dr Rajesh Bahuguna stated that a total of 34 aspirants from the college have so far been selected as judges in various judicial services examinations of the country and abroad. Among them, 30 have been selected in the Indian Judiciary, 1 in Nepal Judiciary, 2 have joined the JAG branch in Indian Army and 1 in the Indian Navy. University Chancellor Jitendra Joshi congratulated the selected students as well the faculty member of the college. He maintained that it was a matter of immense pride and satisfaction that the students of the college were giving their exceptional services in the Indian Army as well as Indian and Nepalese Judiciary. Those selected to the UP Judiciary from the College are Aishwarya Chandra, Surabhi Singhania, Shubham, Naved Akhtar, Manish Kumar and Divya Chandra. Jivesh Jha has been selected to the Nepal Judicial Service. Others present on the occasion were Vice Chancellor Prof NK Joshi, Registrar Ajai Singh, Dr Rajesh Bahuguna, HOD Dr Poonam Rawat, and others.