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Cook’s Daughter Gets US Call For LLM Prog; CJI, Judges Facilitate Her

| Updated: March 14, 2024 11:43

The daughter of a cook of the Supreme Court of India has so immensely pleased the Chief Justice of India that he facilitated her for her achievement.

The young achiever from a humble background has bagged multiple offers with scholarships from reputed law schools abroad for pursuing LLM course
Pragya Samal has got admission offers for pursuing her LLM from Columbia Law School, Chicago Law School, Carey Law School, Berkeley Law School, and Michigan Law School.

As a student at Amity Law School, Noida, she was awarded the gold medal for consistently topping the merit list in the three-year LLB course. While Berkeley offered her a scholarship of $30,000, Michigan upped it to $50,000.

“At present I am inclined to accept the offer from Michigan Law School, which has offered a better scholarship. I may have to seek some sponsorship from others to complete the course there,” she said.

When she was felicitated by CJI and judges of the SC, it was a moment of reckoning for the top court in making a gesture of repayment of her father’s dedicated service.

Pragya’s mother had little formal education. Father Ajay Samal, hailing from Sunapal village in Odisha’s Jajpur district, worked as a cook with Aditya Birla group in the early 1990s. Since 1996, he has worked with the top court and served as a cook to many judges, who are unabashed fans of Samal Sr’s culinary skills.

Talking about her, CJI Chandrachud said, “It is really remarkable how the opportunity to work at the SC can bring so many more opportunities for children of the staff.”

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