Achievers Galore: Spellbinding success stories at Amity Law School, Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur


While the programmes they chose to pursue at Amity Law School were quite similar in nature, the success stories of Amity Law graduates which we will be sharing with you here today, have interesting diversity. The achievers here are a testimony to the fact that dreams do, after all, end in reality.

Meet Sarweshari Prasad, one of the oldest students of Amity Law School, from the batch of 2008-13. Having pursued B.A.L.L.B. (H) in Corporate Governance, Sarweshvari practiced and interned with various senior lawyers and was empanelled with Uttar Pradesh Legal Services Authority, The Oriental Insurance Company Limited and National India Insurance Company.

The turning point in this very hard-working lawyer’s career graph was his empanelment with the Narcotics Control Bureau of India. Building on the same association, Sarweshvari has very recently been nominated as Special Public Prosecutor with NCB by the Ministry of Home Affairs. This illustrious alumna of Amity Law School is proudly associated with his alma mater in various capacities and during numerous events such as Moot Court Competitions. His shining example is the source of inspiration for many at the Amity Law School.

Another glorious high-flyer from Amity Law School, Amitosh Pareek has an enviable career profile that stretches from law to social work. After completing his graduation at Amity Law School, Amitosh worked under the guidance of Additional Solicitor General of India. A child right advocate practicing counsel at the High Court of Rajasthan, he is working for child labour victims and against offences committed or attempted against children in this country.

He is working for every child who has been victim of henious offences and also works in the sector of victim compensation scheme. He is a firm believer of the fact that law students must work on acquisition of paralegal skills. Amitosh’s distinguished contribution to the field have recently been covered by many international and national news articles by Thomson Reuters, Japan times, CNBC 18, Deccan Herrald and Business World.

The list of Amity Law School’s prominent and go-getter alumni doesn’t end here. Tanvi Mathur, Shubham Aggarwal, Neha Niharika and Neha Prajapati have won accolades by securing positions in State Level Judiciary Services in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar and are serving as Civil judges.

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