These middle-class KIDS show IIT-JEE can be cracked without Coaching!


WALT DISNEY has said, “All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them”.  It has been proved time and again those who fight the toughest battle also draw utmost respect.These middle-class kids show, one of the most difficult exam of India can be cracked without Coaching. Obstacles like poverty, caste does not matter, if one has the will to succeed in his/her life.

1. Arbaaz Alam, son of an egg-seller

Arbaaz alam, a local middle class boy of Bihar who faced many obstacles due to poor financial condition of his family cracked the IIT JEE Advanced 2017 and confirmed his place in one of the 23 IITs.


2. Vabirisetti Mohan Abhyas, son of samosa-seller

Vabirisetti Mohan Abhyas, A son of a samosa seller is in news for clearing the  JEE Mains 2017 and for securing his place among 100 rankers. Vabirisetti Mohan Abhyas scored 345 out of 360 marks in IIT JEE main 2017.


3. Adarsh Lal, son of a general merchant

Adarsh Lal’s father runs a general merchant shop at a village in UP’s Mau district. His monthly income is nearly Rs 7000 and half of this amount is spent in funding the education of his two elder sons. “He took loans and then worked extra hours to repay them. But he has never let us live a day without food. Except food there is nothing at home – no TV, no refrigerator. Festivals are like usual days. We have not bought any new clothes for years,” Adarsh told TOI.


4. Arpit Prajapat, son of a gardener

A son of a gardener from Madhya Pradesh’s Indore, Prajapat dedicated his success to his father, Harenam. Arpit Prajapat bagged an all-India rank (AIR) of 46 in the Joint Entrance Examination JEE Advanced and AIR 244 in JEE Main 2017. Arpit Prajapat now wants to make better equipment for his father, to make his work of tending the gardens easier.


Fighting all odds, these champions stood out from more than 12 lakh students who appeared for the exam.

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