Jaipur Boy Scores An All India Rank in NLU Entrance Test
Results were out for the National Law University, All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) on Wednesday May 18, 2016. An exam which accommodates 83 students only, had applications in thousands, 17000 is the number of applications received. The exam was held on May 1, 2016.
3000 students from the city of Jaipur sat for the AILET examination.
Jaipur boy Arvind Tiwari bagged an All India Rank at the 3rd position and 1st rank in the state of Rajasthan.
Nikhil Sharma scored an All India Rank at the 5th position and 2nd rank in the state of Rajasthan.
Along with other toppers in the city, all of them have been selected National Law University, Delhi.
The test was inclusive of subjects like mathematics, reasoning, english, general knowledge and legal studies. A set of 150 questions made up the question paper.
Staying stress free is the mantra to success coupled with regular study as expressed by the rank holder Arvind Tiwari. A 5-hour routine study was his practice. Having successfully cleared the exam, he wishes to enter the field of corporate law. Family support and the dear support of his sister were his motivators.
Nikhil Sharma dropped an year to prepare thoroughly for the examination. His elder brother was his guide and motivator in times where Nikhil wanted to give up on the preparations for the examinations. A routine study of 5 hours was also his cup of tea along with routine revision.
Family details: Having lost his dear father in a car accident, Nikhil suffered the loss of a parent in every aspect of his life. From financial aspects to otherwise, the family received monetary claim after a long wait of 9 years. Blaming the law structure and the time consuming procedures which were put on the family, Nikhil was reminded of the words of his mother to get into the legal system as a judge and change such mishappenings.
Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) was declaring that the agreement was signed with Environmental Infrastructure and Service Limited (IEISL) and Chambal Fertilizers to efficiently convert solid waste of city, in compost.