Yasra did her schooling locally and passed her 10th class with flying colors. She then went on to study 11th and 12th at Iqbal Memorial Bemina, Srinagar, where she scored 85% marks in the medical stream.
Despite her family’s wishes for her to become a doctor, Yasra had always wanted to be a lawyer. She enrolled in BA, LLB at the School of Law, University of Kashmir, and after graduating, she appeared in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
She qualified with 3rd rank from Kashmir and was admitted to the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Patiala, Punjab.
After graduating from law school, Yasra practiced law at the District Court Srinagar for three years. However, she always dreamed of becoming a government officer, so she decided to appear in judiciary competitive exams.
Yasra’s journey to success was not easy. In the 9th semester of her LLB, her father was diagnosed with a life-threatening disease. By the time she was in her 10th semester, his condition had deteriorated and he passed away.
Yasra was devastated by her father’s death, but she was determined to live his dream of seeing her become an officer.
Yasra did not give up after she was dropped in the Prosecuting Officer exam by a margin of few marks in October 2022. Instead, she continued her hard work and started to prepare for the District Litigation Officer exam, which she qualified with flying colors.
Yasra’s success is a testament to her determination and hard work. She is an inspiration to all those who aspire to achieve great things. In her message to aspirants, she said that success does not come overnight, but it comes at the right time.
She also said that there is no substitute for hard work, and that one should do rigorous hard work to achieve their goals.
Yasra is a role model for young women in Kashmir. She has shown that it is possible to achieve great things, even in the face of adversity. She is an inspiration to all those who dream of making a difference in the world.