Tribune News Service
Bathinda, October 11
Bathinda students came out with flying colours in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
Arjun Garg, son of former president of the Bathinda District Bar Association, Rajan Garg, and grandson of former minister Chiranji Lal Garg, secured AIR-70 in CLAT and AIR-11in the All India Law Entrance Test (AILET).
Arshdeep Singh secured AIR-3 in the SC category. Other students who excelled from Bathinda are Manav with AIR-125, Lipika Singla with AIR-210 and Anmol with AIR-307.
The CLAT is a centralised test for admission to 19 national law universities in India.
While talking to The Tribune, Arjun Garg said, “I have always been passionate about law and judicial services, like my father and grandfather. I wanted to follow in their footsteps.”
Speaking about his success mantra, Arjun said “Determination and consistency in studies lead to success. There is no fixed recipe as such, but be satisfied with whatever you do. If the number of hours you put into your your studies satisfy you, you are on the right track.”
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