Divyang student Shivam Solanki gets 98.53 percentile in his board exams
It's the first step towards his dreams for Shivam Solanki who lost both his hands and one leg gave his exams without a writer. The boy who wrote his exams wearing socks in his feet get 98.53 percentile in board exams and wants to become a doctor.
With his grit and determination Shivam appeared in exams and passed it with flying colours. His family is also happy with the results and gives credit to his strong will power. Shivam don't opt for a writer and wrote the exam on his own with the help of his legs. He now decides to take science and make his career in pharmacy.
"I am happy with the results but expect more percentile. I always want to be a doctor in life but somehow decide to choose pharmacy as I might not be able to do practicals due to my grip. My parents are happy and will have a small party at my place for the friends later in the day," said Shivam.
Shivam Solanki story is inspirational as he appeared in his board exams without any help from writer. He lost both his hands and legs in a freak incident of electrocution but he attempted his exams putting his pen inside the socks.
Residing in Vijaynagar in Baranpura area of city Shivam came in contact with the live wire while tried to catch a kite when he was 11 years old. His life suddenly turns and there is no option left for the family just to accept the destiny. His mother took the responsibility and gives him strength at every moment. She started to train him by holding the pen through her socks wearing in the hands.
Hansaben said that Shivam practiced hard and mastered it in the years. Such is his confidence that he write his own 10th board paper without the help of any writer.
She said Shivam always wants to be a doctor but the incident disheartened him. However she gives him strength at every walk of life and fulfill his dream. She feels proud of her son as he gives his exam without any writer.
Shivam said he never thought about writing with pen stuck inside the socks but his mother taught him the trick and that clicked.