Physically Challenged Boy Clears NEET, Govt College He Gets Admission In Waives His Fee!


You do not have to be a multimillionaire to have an inspiring life or a life-changing story. More often than not, we can find people around us, who might be able to teach us a thing or two about achieving the seemingly impossible.

We already know how difficult it is to crack the NEET exam.

 A physically-challenged student, Sajan Rai cleared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and got into the Government Medical College in Bettiah in Bihar. 

Rai came to Kota a year ago from Madhubani in Bihar to accomplish his dream to become a doctor. He had wanted to cure physically challenged people for a long time, and want to give them a better life.

Rai reportedly said, “My father Lal Bahadur Rai operates a photocopy shop while my mother is a housewife. Our entire savings were spent in my treatment due to which I am now able to walk with the help of crutches. However, our family was left in a deplorable financial condition. After Class X, my parents had to enroll me in a government school as we had no money left to pursue studies in a private school.”

He further reportedly said, “I scored 83 per cent in Class X and 63 per cent in Class XII. Thereafter, my father mortgaged a little piece of land we owned to ensure that I get enrolled in a medical coaching institute in Kota to realise my dream of becoming a doctor. In fact, many people told my father not to send me to Kota given my physical condition, but my father believed in me.”

Rai does not look at his physical handicap as a curse. Rather he thinks of it as a challenge that should be faced with determination. 

He reportedly said that initially his confidence was low, but faculty members boosted his confidence and helped him achieve his goal. Initially, Rai used to walk a long way on his crutches, but then he was provided a vehicle so that he could make to his classes on time.