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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsOne of the country's most coveted examinations to make it as a civil servant, the Civil Services Examination (CSE), which is conducted by UPSC every year, announced the CSE 2018 results recently on 5th April. While we all know about the exam topper Kanishak Kataria, who had thanked his girlfriend for his success besides his family, there is another candidate from Assam who has achieved nothing less © ANI Hailing from Assam's Sivasagar, Rahul Kumar Gupta is one of the thirteen candidates from the state who cracked the prestigious exam this year. With AIR-286 in the competitive exam, Rahul, who is the son of a small paan shop owner, has shown the world that nothing can stand between one's hard work and ambition. © T8N Rahul has become an inspiration for hundreds of young boys and girls who are preparing to crack the exam. Rahul thanked his family, teachers and other well-wishers for their support and encouragement. He told the media, “I thank all those who have supported me, this would not have been possible without their support." © Flickr Rahul's father is on cloud nine after his son's achievements. Mr Omprakash Gupta runs a small paan shop and admitted that it's been difficult to maintain a family of eight with his meagre income. Mr Gupta shared that, "I really had to work hard to run the family with this small paan shop, Janata Paan Bhandar. I open the shop at six in the morning and continue till 9 pm." However, today he feels nothing but immense pride and joy, and all his struggles are long forgotten. He said, “It was really hard because I had six students in my family. However, today, my son's result has waived of all my hard work over the years.” © Representative Image-Wikipedia Even Rahul's mother cried tears of joy upon hearing the news and shared that Rahul had always been a sincere and bright student. Even Rahul's siblings cannot contain their joy and are flooded with congratulatory wishes. Rahul's younger brother Abhishek was quoted as saying by Time8, “We are proud of bhaiya. He has been a Civil Service aspirant ever since he passed his Higher Secondary examination. This was his third attempt." It has also been reported that Rahul is currently pursuing his PG from JNU, after completing his graduation from DU. Rahul has had an incredible journey and strove hard to fulfil all his ambitions. He is indeed an inspiration for all of us!
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsNo dream is too big to fulfill, if you set your heart to it, just like no hurdle or obstacle is strong enough to break your determination and stop you from achieving your goal. Asharam Choudhary's inspiring story is possibly the greatest example of this statement. 20-year-old Asharam is a resident of Vijayganj Mandi in Madhya Pradesh. His father, Ranjit Choudhary is a ragpicker who earns less than Rs. 50 a day by collecting discarded plastic bottles and iron pieces near the railway crossings. © Twitter Wondering why the name Asharam is so important right now? Because he has done something that no one in his family could ever imagine, even in their wildest dreams. With his hard work and sheer dedication, Asharam has cleared the AIIMS entrance exam for MBBS and is now headed towards his dream of becoming a doctor. According to a report in The Hindu, Asharam secured 707th all-India rank and 141st rank in the OBC category. In fact, he also cleared the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test and got 2763 all-India rank and 803rd rank in OBC category. © Twitter ANI Asharam said that an incident with a 'jhola chaap' doctor helped him realize his dream. He said, “I decided to become a doctor by chance. When I was studying in Class V, my father took me to a 'jhola chaap' doctor. I saw him prescribing a few medicines and earning Rs. 50 in few minutes. The incident left a deep impression on me. I compared his work with the labour of my father, who collected discarded plastic bottles, iron pieces, especially near the railway crossings, and earned less than Rs. 50 in an entire day.” © Twitter ANI Asharam's family is financially weak and he credits his parents and Navodaya Vidyalaya for this achievement. He says, “There are some gaps in the roof from where sun rays and rain water easily seeps into our house. The adversities have never deterred me from continuing my studies. This was my first attempt (in AIIMS entrance test) and my teachers at Navodaya Vidyalaya, especially Amit sir (his Biology teacher), guided me in clearing the exam.” He also credited Dakshana Foundation in Pune, who extended their full support to him. The foundation is a coaching centre which trains students from financially weak families from rural India for engineering and medical entrance tests. Although, Asharam has inched closer to his dream of becoming a doctor, his father is worried about their financial condition. He said, “He has got admission in AIIMS but we don't have money to support him. Let's see what we can do. As of now, a doctor and the Collector have helped us.” Asharam got selected at the Jodhpur AIIMS, where he'll be pursuing MBBS. He wants to become a doctor to help the people in his village. Source: The Hindu
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogRepresentative image. Photo: FileMENLO PARK: Facebook on Wednesday built on its campaign to prevent the platform from being used to spread dangerous misinformation, saying it will remove bogus posts likely to spark violence.The new tactic being...