And, when I say 'beat all odds' I mean he battled cerebral palsy, dyslexia and dysarthria to clear his exams with flying colours.
Kudos to Yash for showing us nothing is impossible!https://t.co/Qj1jczPjfj— IndiaToday (@IndiaToday) September 8, 2020
I face problems with numbers. So, I had to put in extra effort, particularly in the quantitative ability section. It was tough, but not impossible.
Yash who is now a student of IIM-lucknow has been attending online classes from his home in Mumbai due to the pandemic.
Yash started preparing for CAT in July 2018 when he was still in the second year of his graduation so, you can imagine how hard he has worked to achieve his goal.
His hard work finally paid off. He also started getting interview calls from several IIMs, including Kozhikode and Indore, but he chose the Lucknow campus because it is ranked higher.
Yash has had his ups and downs but, his parents have always been there to support him in every way possible. It's only because of them that Yash felt motivated to work hard towards fulfilling his goal.
In fact, while preparing for CAT he almost gave up but, his parents kept motivating him. In an interview Yash's mother, Jignasha said:
I told him that he has the capability to do anything and should not stop making an effort. After this, Yash started all over again.
People on Twitter also congratulated him.
And then an inspiring story! https://t.co/7tREJY0gB4— DiluDaniel 🇮🇳 🇺🇲 - Discuss/Debate with Decorum (@DanielDilu) September 8, 2020
Many, many congratulations to the guy.— Anushka (@Anushkannot) September 8, 2020
But don't let my dad see this. https://t.co/NxtT0MBfcq
Congratulations Yash 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 Best of luck for your future success beta .— SYogi (@SahajiYogita) September 9, 2020
This is truly an inspiring story. There's no such thing as impossible if you work hard and this story proves exactly that. Thanks for proving to us nothing is impossible.