Greengrocer’s son, this topper pays tribute to his father | lucknow news

Happiness: Jatin Raj from Moradabad, who ranked fifth in the state with 93.8% in Class 12, is the son of a greengrocer who did his best to sell all his vegetables so his son wouldn’t lack internet packages to attend online classes.
As a deserving student, his schools did not charge him any fees.
The story of is similar Rajneesh KumarSon of a small doctor shop owner from Fatehpur who ranked 8th in the state with 92.6%.
The two heads of state praised their father for hard-earning their studies and their schools for not charging them fees.
“I want to be a computer scientist. My journey does not end here as I have to do my dad Bhuraj Singh proud to be admitted in BTech in one of the IITs,” said Jatin Raj of Maharishi Dayanand Inter College, Moradabad.
“During the pandemic, my father had a rough time when his vegetable sales plummeted, but he didn’t give up. I learned from him not to run away from challenges, hard work and difficulties. I used to study until 2am to make sure I completed the curriculum,” he said.
Thanking his school manager Rajendra Prasad (known as Shukla Sir) for not charging fees, Rajneesh of SS Inter College, Mustafapur said: “Shukla Sir and my father Chandrasekar Chauhan are my two heroes. My father runs a small medical business and sometimes it was difficult to cover the financial expenses, but he also made sure that I don’t lack anything that I need for my studies, be it a mobile phone and an internet package to connect to online Participate in courses or get sample exam papers.”

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