True motivation: Boy with disabilities from Bangalore gave exam on his bed, hits 72 percentage

"Where there is a will, there's a way" is a familiar adage. Also, there can be no better genuine case of the expression demonstrated ideal than an ongoing case from Bengaluru. Kanhaiya was determined to have an uncommon hereditary condition at seven years old. The turmoil caused him dynamic shortcoming and loss of bulk which got him totally incapacitated in the end. In any case, this did not influence his will and assurance to be accomplished.

In the wake of finishing his school like a customary child, he selected himself at BES pre College in Malleswaram. He used to go to one class every day on a wheelchair as he didn't have the solidarity to sit for quite a while. Be that as it may, continuously, his condition intensified and he turned out to be totally fixed.

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Kanhaiya's mom, Sri Lakshmi disclosed to TOI that seeing her child's falling apart wellbeing, she was not for him showing up for the examinations. Be that as it may, Kanhaiya demanded and showed up for the tests. A bed was organized him in the test corridor. He managed the solutions to his copyist and gave every one of his tests. "As he was losing quality, he couldn't endeavor inquiries for each of the 100 stamps in each subject," his mom told TOI.

Planning for the tests was additionally an undertaking for Kanhaiya as he was totally disabled.

Credit to the kid for his determination and devotion! Also, inferable from the medical problems, he could have taken an exclusion from language papers in the tests yet didn't. We value Kanhaiya's diligent work and coarseness. He's such an extraordinary motivation for us all!

by Lokendra Sharma | Sat, Apr 20 - 12:59 PM

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