Meet The Girl With Artificial Hands But Real Determination

The Logical Indian

July 5th, 2015

MONICA_MORE

 

Images: DNAIndia and TheHindu

17 year old Monica More is a real inspiration for everyone who has ever faced adversities in life. This strong girl lost both her arms in a railway accident last year. Most people would hve taken a long time to get over the incident, but Monica decided to take things in her stride and today she has shown her true spirit by securing 63 percent in her HSC board exams. 

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Monica appeared for the exam with artificial hands (that do not allow her to write fast) and her friend Aishwarya volunteered as a writer for her. Her parents are proud of their daughter and want her to study further. Her mother told the media that her daughter had gone through so much and yet she had managed to secure a good percentage just like any other normal child. 

This news comes right after the recent IAS results in which physically challenged Ira Singhal managed to top the exam. We at The Logical Indian are really glad to share such positive stories with all of you and hope this will give strength and hope to all those who are facing tough times in their life.

 

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