Ankita, whose father Ashok Nagar is a vegetable vendor in Musakhedi, Madhya Pradesh Indore, secured 5th rank in the SC category of the Civil Judge exam by preparing from YouTube.
Ankita Nagar stated in an interview that she intended to be a doctor, but medical school was prohibitively expensive, so she began studying for the civil judge exams instead. She received a government scholarship for the majority of her education. After finishing her education, the scholar used to help his father sell vegetables to make ends meet.
“During the lockdown, I had plenty of time to study. I did my research on YouTube. Despite receiving a government scholarship, I had financial difficulties “She continued.
“I would like to encourage those youngsters who do not study despite their luxury to concentrate on their objective. There was a financial problem filling out the form during and after the lockdown, but I got through it. Many people advised me to marry, but my parents advised me to focus on my education “She stated.
Ashok Nagar, Ankita’s father, is a vegetable seller in the city’s Musakhedi area. Ashok Nagar, Ankita’s father, said his family suffered greatly and saved money for her daughter’s schooling.
“People distinguish between son and daughter. I would request that they refrain from doing so. A girl is preferable than a boy. Everyone has come to congratulate me today. My son has an MBA, my youngest daughter is married, and my middle daughter, Ankita, studied and became a judge. Girls should be educated as well “Ashok added.
Ankita’s mother, Laxmi Nagar, stated that they used to save the money from selling vegetables to fund their daughter’s schooling. They have not only educated but also given equal significance to their children.
“We wanted to offer our daughter an equal opportunity in life. We have made many sacrifices for her education over the last six years. She studied without any advantages and passed the exam. We are quite proud of her. No one should push their daughters to marry, but rather educate them “said her parents.
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