Specially Abled Teen Writes Exam With Left Leg, Want To Become A School Teacher

Specially abled teen writes exam with left leg, want to become a school teacher

An inspiration for many who face hardships in life, a 17-year-old disabled boy from Chhattisgarh has written his Class XII board examinations papers with his left leg.

 Specially Abled Teen Writes Exam With Left Leg, Want To Become A School Teacher-TeluguStop.com

Mahesh Singh, the examinee,a resident of Ambikapur in Surguja district, suffers from a rare deformity called phocomelia (malformation of arms and legs).Apart from physical disability Mahesh is a victim of poverty, who comes from farming family.But this has not stopped the teenager from aspiring to become a teacher.

From the first standard, Mahesh started writing with his left foot.

Singh’s father passed away when he was a child.

He lives with his mother and both his sisters are married.Apart from studying, he helps his mother with farming.

He said, “I want to be a Hindi school teacher as soon as possible.I wish to study further.

My mother is over 60 years old and I want to help her financially.I hope the government helps me to achieve my dream.

Speaking about his inspirations, he said: “There are many people who have inspired me but it is my cousins who work in the farms, and looking at them I feel that even I should do something in my life.”

Singh said his leg starts to hurt if he writes continuously.

Most of the time, though, he completes the answers within the stipulated time and his handwriting is quite elgible.

Mahesh is student of Bhagwanpur Higher Secondary School.

Asha Kujur the school Principal said the teenager is not only an inspiration for his schoolmates but also for the entire country.The school is helping him in every way possible.

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