India Got its Youngest Judge: 21 Year Old Guy from Jaipur

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The youngest judge of India hails from Jaipur, Rajasthan: Mayank Pratap Singh who is 21 years old. He has topped the Rajasthan judiciary services exam 2018. He has done his LLB from Rajasthan university starting in the year 2014 and has completed his graduation this year.

Decision to Appear in Exam

He says that he was ineligible to appear in the exam previously but after the decision of government to reduce the minimum age requirement from 23 years to 21 years to give the exam, he became eligible and could give it. He chose this as he has seen people believing in judiciary for the justice they need so he with the determination of helping people, appeared in this. Now, with this huge success of being a topper of Rajasthan judiciary services exam, he can finally pursue his goal and can help people.

Mayank Pratap Singh - India's youngest judge Daily Bees

Reason of Success

Mayank gives his success credits to his self study which he did regularly from 6 hours to 12 hours per day. He deactivated his social media accounts and used internet only for updates related to judiciary, some remarkable decisions or updates related to it.

The parents of Mayank are in teaching line and according to them; he is a hard working student since childhood and has always been a bright student academically. His success has brought laurels and lots of appreciation to the family. He thanked his family, his parents, his well wishers and also college studies along with his self study.

The success of this youngest judge proves that maintained focus and cutting off distractions from life can do wonders as this was the first attempt he appeared for the exam and not only he cleared it, he actually topped the exam.

Everywhere on social media, Mayank is being praised for his wonderful achievement and people are looking him as a great inspiration especially for the law students.

Note to Take

The success of Mayank is a great inspiration for all those who are or have appeared in any entrance or civil examination as one should just maintain his focus and believes in himself as self study is the ultimate savior.  Just cut off all the distractions and limit your time of doing outings only to mandatory things as once you clear your goal and achieve it, you have plenty of time to do whatever you want to. So always stay focused on your goal.

If you have some success story, do share with us as it can be a great inspiration for the people out there who are struggling to make their dreams come true.

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