ANAMTA KHAN

ANAMTA KHAN

3rd Year, NLU, Delhi


Native Place: Vaishali, Bihar

Academic Record: (3rdSemester) – 71%, (4thSemester) – 78.56%

Attendance Record: (3rdSemester)- 98.73%, (4th Semester)- 97.76%

Fees: Rs. 1,30,750 (per annum)

ENTITLEMENT FOR SCHOLARSHIP AS CASE OF “Hardship” (S.No.47)

She being one of the deserving candidates for this scholarship has never given up in her life due to failures. She defines obstacles and setbacks of her life as opportunities to prove herself. She firmly believes that getting to the top is not success but the difficult path which leads to it is success.

After passing twelfth from ISC Board she decided to appear for all law entrance exams. During first attempt she met with an accident and unfortunately couldn’t ace CLAT and AILET. She considered failures as a part of the success and not opposed to it. She firmly believes that a person only fails when they stop trying. She came across a CLAT Mentor, who selected her as his student and gave her CLAT online coaching. After taking a gap year during her second attempt with persistence effort she aced all the law entrance exams in the country and secured her place in NLUD.

Anamta belongs to a humble background. Anamta has two younger brothers- one is in the fifth standard and the other one is pursuing B.Tech. Her father is a retired white-collar worker and her mother is a housewife. She and her family suffer from host of medical ailments. Her father suffers from numerous medical ailments and Anamta herself suffers from Allergic Asthama. Sometimes, owing to her sensitive health conditions, it becomes extremely difficult for her to maintain a stellar academic record. Despite the plethora of health problems and failures Anamta never gave up on her aspirations and strives hard to excel in everything she does.

She is a meritorious student with an excellent track record in both academic and as well as co-curricular activities. She has continuously contributed to legal scholarship by undertaking research projects and authoring research papers in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Islamophobia and Inquisitorial System etc. She is also assisting the faculty for the WAQF Report for the Ministry of Minority Affairs and has also assisted the Center for Innovation, Intellectual Property, and Competition for the project of open science.

She wishes to pursue her career in Higher Judiciary and wants to make her parents proud. She is an extremely driven student, who wishes to learn and grow. Her brilliant academic/attendance record reflects her sincerity and hardworking nature.

She wishes to pursue her career in Higher Judiciary and wants to make her parents proud. She is an extremely driven student, who wishes to learn and grow. Her brilliant academic/attendance record reflects her sincerity and hardworking nature. Apart from her illnesses and failures, she has to also overcome religious prejudices. CAN Foundation is sure that she will come out with flying colours by pursuing her dream of joining the judicial services. And so, CAN Foundation after ensuring she fulfils all the required criteria to be an Eklavya Scholar, selected her under the ‘Hardship Category’.