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Meet Ankita Nagar, the daughter of a vegetable vendor who rose through the ranks to become a civil judge in Indore

by Shailee Mishra

Date & Time: May 06, 2022 12:09 PM

Read Time: 2 minute


• Despite three failed efforts, Ankita not give up
• She continued to work hard to achieve her goal
• This fight opened possibilities for her and she kept moving forward

A 29-year-old daughter of a vegetable vendor from Madhya Pradesh's Indore has become a civil judge after clearing the recruitment examination in her fourth attempt, achieving a remarkable feat. Ankita Nagar has been selected for the position of Behavioral Judge (Civil Judge) Class-II, according to reports.

Ashok Nagar, Ankita's father, is a vegetable vendor in Indore's Musakhedi neighbourhood.Ankita stated that despite failing the recruiting exam three times, she remained committed to her goal of becoming a judge. "In my fourth attempt, I passed the civil judge Class-II examination.

I don't know how to express how happy I am : Ankita

Despite three failed efforts, I did not give up and continued to work toward my goal. "This battle provided me many opportunities, and I continued to move forward," Ankita added.

Ankita also told that once she finished her exam preparations, she used to help her father with his work.

Intended to be a doctor, but the cost of education was prohibitive, so I began studying for civil judge exams instead. Ankita told , "I did most of my academics on a government scholarship."

Ankita has set an example by not losing courage

Ankita's father, overjoyed at his daughter's incredible accomplishment, noted that she has set an example by not losing courage although facing a difficult life struggle.

He said that he and his wife had made many sacrifices for Ankita's education over the past six years, and that she had studied without any privileges and passed the exam. "We are quite proud of her. No one 
should compel their daughters to marry instead of educating them "According to Ankita's parents.

Ankita had wanted to study law since she was a child, and she had decided to become a judge while obtaining her bachelor's degree in law. Ankita said she will focus on achieving justice for anybody who comes to her court after starting her new job as a civil judge.

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