Faridabad scholar tops All India Law Entrance Test (AILET-2024) with flying colors

Faridabad, 16 December 2023– The result of the country’s most prestigious examination for admission to national law universities i.e. All India Law Entrance Test (AILET-2024) was declared last night. For the first time in history, students of Faridabad have performed excellently in this examination. Kanav Saluja, student of “The Study Anchor” Institute has topped the examination by securing All India Rank 02.


Many other students preparing from “The Study Anchor” Institute located in Sector-17 have also secured high ranks in AILET-2024 and CLAT-2024 includes AIR02, AIR-22, AIR-41, AIR-75, AIR-123, AIR-148, AIR-243, AIR-379, AIR-566, AIR-702, AIR-752 and AIR-894.

Photo : Aadya Mittal

All of them were preparing for the said exam for the last two years and have given the credit of their success to their mentors Mudit Choudhary, also Director of the Institute and Sarthak Choudhary. Notably, both these mentors are NLU, alumni.

Photo : Mudit Choudhary

On this success, Mudit Chaudhary congratulated the toppers and blessed them for their bright future. Along with this, Kanav Saluja (AIR-02) and Kumari Aadaya Mittal (AIR-41) thanked their parents and mentors for the constant guidance and support to achieve the goal. With this, a large number of dignitaries have also reached the house of Kanav Saluja (AIR-02) to congratulate him for his great success. Among them, National President and National General Secretary of All India Forum of MSME, Shyam Sundar Kapoor and Anil Kumar Choudhary respectively were present.


What is AILET

​All India Law Entrance Test, which is the most prestigious exam for admission 5 years BA LLB course at National Law University, Delhi is conducted every year. After passing out from this University Student can work in the all of International Law and Corporate Law. They also have higher chances of clearing IAS and Judiciary exam.

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