The high court administration released the Rajasthan Judicial Services exam results on Wednesday. 197 candidates selected, eight daughters topped in top 10, Mayank Pratap Singh secured the first position and became the youngest judge ever in the state creating a history.
Earlier, the minimum age for the examination was 23 years. The Rajasthan High Court had reduced the age to 21 this year in January. Hence, Mayank got the eligibility this year.
21-year-old Mayank Pratap Singh, hails from the Mansarovar area of Jaipur, became the exam topper. He got the first place in the RJS examination. Mayank has achieved this success in the first attempt itself. Mayank joined the BA LLB course of Rajasthan University in 2014. He has passed the five year law examination from Rajasthan University this year. His mother Manju and father Rajkumar Singh are senior teachers in Udaipur. Mayank topped the first attempt along with the college education.
Mayank told that after 12th, his friends were going to different fields, but he liked the field of law. This is the most dynamic field that has to be updated at all times. No coaching of any kind was done for the examination, but during the course of studies, I used to read the barometer of the law and understand its depth. The examination papers were good, due to which there was complete confidence in the selection, but it was not expected that I would come first.
Mayank Pratap Singh of Jaipur has secured the first position while Tanvi Mathur ranked second and Deeksha Madan achieved the third position.
Of the selected 197 candidates, about 64 percent of the posts have gone into the account of women candidates. Even out of the top ten places in judicial service eight women candidates won the feat of their success.
RJS Recruitment Examination-2018 was conducted for a total of 197 posts. 499 candidates appeared in the interview in this examination. Of the 197 selected, 103 general, 41 OBC, 30 SC, and 23 ST candidates passed.
It is worth noting that the main examination for RJS Recruitment 2018 was conducted on 7-8 September. The result of the main examination was declared on 16 October. After this, the interview process started on 9 November. Rajasthan judicial services exam results result was declared at Tuesday midnight on 19 November.