17-year-old Mohammad Rashid Ayub Khan Pathan, a pupil of Hanifa College in Borsad within the Anand district has been wheelchair-bound since childhood. However the assist and steering of his lecturers and his personal willpower paid off as he cleared his JEE Superior with rank 20 within the PWD class.
“I studied for round 13 hours a day with the assistance of my lecturers from faculty. I didn’t go to any teaching courses however adopted the module advised by my lecturers… My purpose is to develop into a software program developer.” mentioned Rashid, whose father runs a normal retailer in Borsad. Rashid scored 90 per cent in his twelfth CBSE board exams.
Rashid’s mentor from Hanifa College, Anand Gupta, who spent hours instructing the particular pupil, mentioned, “Rashid didn’t enable his medical situation or his household points to come back in the best way of his research. It’s not straightforward for a wheel-chair sure pupil to place in 14 hours every day. He would even attend further courses within the night, as late as 9.30 pm and it’s his dad and mom who’ve performed an enormous function in his achievement. This has come as a reward for his or her angle and onerous work, all the time believing in making efforts and never excuses. All his lecturers are extraordinarily completely satisfied for him and really feel equally rewarded and blessed to have had him as their pupil.”