Chetan Bajad, a 26-year-old, whose father is a driver and grandfather, a watchman, has made his family proud by cracking the Civil Judge Class-II recruitment test.

According to the provisional selection list released by the examination centre of Jabalpur-based Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday, Bajad claimed the 13th rank in Other Backward Class (OBC) category. He managed to score 257.5 out of the total 450 marks in the written examination and interview.


His father, Govardhanlal Bajad, works as a driver with the Indore district court. And his grandfather, Hariram Bajad, is a retired watchman from the same court. Chetan, who did BA LLB from a private university in Indore, said that his father is his role model. 

It has been my father’s dream to see one of his three sons become a judge. Finally, I have fulfilled his dream… After sitting on the judge’s chair, my priority would be to deliver speedy justice to the people.

Followed by Chetan’s success story, is Pramila Rai’s tale of hustling hard to achieve her dreams. 

Daughter of a peon, Munna Lal Rai, Pramila cleared the test scoring 251 out of 400 and secured the 21st rank, according to Times of India.

Pramila, who has done BA LLB from School of Law of DAVV, humbly credited her success to her father and two of her seniors at Indore district court.

My father once saw a dream and now I fulfilled it. 

Two truly inspirational stories.