Asharam Choudhary gives credit of his success to his village doctors, who he says inspired him to take up the profession.
The 20-year-old has secured 707th all-India rank and 141st rank in the OBC category in AIIMS entrance test.
Asharam gives credit of his success to his village doctors, who he says inspired him to take up the profession. He also thanked his parents and Dakshina Foundation for supporting him financially.
This is not the first time that children from humble backgrounds have defeated all odds to achieve great heights.
Mumbai auto-rickshaw driver’s daughter Prema Jayakumar topped the nation-wide Chartered Accountancy exam in her first attempt. After topping the exam, she had said, “The day I start working, I will ensure that my father can rest at home. He has always toiled for my welfare.”
Gopalakrishna Ronanki, a farmer’s son, secured third position in the Union Public Service Commission’s civil services examination. The 30-year-old primary school teacher was once mocked for not knowing English. Coming from a very humble background, Gopalakrishna, teaches in a school in Andhra Pradesh’s Srikakulam district. He said he always wanted to work for the society and for the uplift of my own family.
(With Inputs From ANI)
July 24, 2018 at 4:37 pm
The rise of students from humble backgrounds indicates that results can be achieved by hard work. Where there’s a will, there’s way !