AMU News: Seven students including four girls have given Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) a reason to rejoice as they qualified the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Services (Civil Judges) Examinations 2018 conducted by the UP Public Service Commission.
The success in the judicial exam carries more value as the 19th century institution is started to celebrate its centenary year next year 2020. The names of four girls and three boys from RCA who have qualified UPJS (Civil Judge) are Pratyush Gupta rank 78, Asif Nawaz Khan rank 96, Meenakshi Bansal rank 186, Mehnaz Khan rank 188, Shamsul Rahman rank 273, Shalini Singh rank 375 and Farha Naaz Parveen rank 469.
“The results reinforce our commitment to the mission of our founder by asserting our formidable presence felt on the educational map of the nation” said the Vice Chancellor Prof Tariq Mansoor while congratulating the successful students, faculty and staff members of RCA.
The academic achievement in recent times definitely boosts the image of the institute. “It is a proud moment for entire AMU fraternity that our university has emerged as a front runner in almost every ranking in recent years”, added the Vice Chancellor.