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Woman Appointed Judge Of Same Court Where Dad Worked As Peon

The story of a woman from Bhagalpur is testimony to the fact that tough grind in life can help you soar. Julie, the daughter of a retired peon working in a civil court, has been appointed as the judge in the same court. She had given the 29th Bihar judicial examination earlier in the year and passed with flying colours. Julie came to know about her result on Wednesday (Nov 1).

According to Jagran.com, Julie has secured the 24th position in the EBC (Economically Backward Categories). She said that she will be an unbiased judge.

Her father, Jagdish Shah, had retired from the civil court in 2013.
Having cleared the exam, Julie has made her father’s dream come true besides securing her own future, .

Her father’s ill-health

Sadly, Julie cannot share this good news with her father. He fell unconscious few days before her result. He had to be admitted to the Jawaharlal Nehru Bhagalpur Medical College Hospital.

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Julie told Dainik Bhaskar that as soon as her father regains his health, she will visit the court with him.

Doctors have forbidden the family members to talk to her father as he needs rest. His condition is deteriorating. According to doctors, he will be referred to another city.

Julie’s educational background

After her matriculation from the Government High School in 2004, Julie studied I.Com from Jhunjhunwala College in the city. She obtained a degree in 2011 by studying law at TNB Law College.

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During the course of her studies, Julie got married in 2009. Her husband works in a private firm in Delhi. Julie gave the judicial examination in March this year and cleared it.

Girls like Julie are the quintessence of hard work and perseverance. We hope her father recuperates quickly and hears this heart-warming news about her daughter’s success.

Picture credit: inkhabar.com

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