Having bagged the top positions in the Punjab Civil Services (Judicial) examination, 2011, Himanshu Arora, Jaspreet Kaur and Jaspreet Singh have not only made their parents proud, but have also brought laurels to the city.
Himanshu topped the examination in the general category, while Jaspreet and Jaspreet Singh bagged first positions in the Scheduled Caste and the Backward Class categories, respectively.Son of additional sessions judge Sunil Kumar Arora and deputy district attorney Seema Arora, Himanshu always dreamt of joining judiciary ever since he passed Class 10.
A student of Kundan Vidya Mandir (KVM) School, Ludhiana, Himanshu after completing his schooling in commerce stream went on to complete his graduation from Army Institute of Law in Chandigarh.His determination kept him ahead of others since childhood. He scored the third position in the Punjab Civil Services (Judicial) in 2010 and the second position in Haryana Civil Services (Judicial) in 2011.
At the same time, Jaspreet Kaur, a gold medallist in LLB and LLM from Panjab University, Chandigarh, said, “Sky is the limit for me.”
Jaspreet has been working as an assistant professor in law at Panjab University Regional Centre, Ludhiana, for the past two years.
A student of PAU Government School, Jaspreet was inspired by her father, now posted as district attorney in Nawanshahr, and brother, who is an advocate.
Thanking her guide, Dr RS Grewal, and her family, Jaspreet shares, “It was my hard work combined with my good luck that helped me achieve this feat. I couldn’t qualify the viva in my last attempt and that made me all the more determined to qualify this time.”
Meanwhile, Jaspreet Singh, who bagged the first position in the exam in the BC category, studied in Guru Nanak Public School, Sarabha Nagar, and graduated from SCD Government College.Thereafter, he did his LLB from Punjab University Regional Centre in Ludhiana.
“My father was an advocate who died in 2002, but I followed in his footsteps and fulfilled his dream,” said Jaspreet Singh.
Commitment to his profession is the buzzword with which Jaspreet wants to pursue his career as he adds, “Now it’s my turn to pay back for the good deeds of my family and friends.”