Long time back, my dear ‘mama’ (uncle) told me that having one good friend is great, two is fortune and three are nothing but rare. Exactly, true friendship is not only a bliss but also paves a solid way to success and happiness. Aman Garg, Devansh Kaushik, and Anmol Gupta form a group of friends just like any common folk has and until the result for CLAT 2018 was announced they had no idea what turn their bond is going to take, and guess what this group nailed down the first three ranks of CLAT 2018. With this astounding performance, they have not only inspired a fleet of students across the nation but also defined friendship from a different ink.
“My inclination towards debate made me embrace the law. I had appeared in the CLAT exams last year as well and secured an all-India rank of 657, but I think I have hit the bull’s eye quite well this time. My focus, right from the start, was to set studying targets for each hour and then achieve them,” said Gupta, whose father is a businessperson and his mother a Vastu expert.
Kaushik stated, “I used to devote 8-10 hours every day during the preparations and had decided that I will study law when I get into class 11. Since my family is from the educational background, I received a great support right from the beginning.”
All three champs are now going to take admission in the same college in Banglore and continue writing the new success stories for all the law aspirants.
The 2018 Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), which is a fight to grab a seat out of the 2300 seats of 19 national Law Universities of the country, was held on 13 Ma and the youth of Rajasthan emerged as the winners of all time because apart from the trio, a girl from Udaipur named Gunjan Jadeja ranked the forth.