Polio-Affected Older Brother Is Carried To School By Younger Brother, Both Crack IIT

The Logical Indian

June 30th, 2016 / 11:24 AM

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Two brothers, the younger brother Basant and elder brother Krishna went to school and IIT coaching together. The unique aspect is elder brother Krishna was polio-stricken and hence his younger brother would carry him to school and IIT coaching. Deservedly, both cleared IIT exams  and are awaiting admission.

The brothers share an inseparable bond, both love and care for each other so much that they have always been together, but after the admission to IIT, they have to study in separate college. They wanted to be an engineer, the brothers came to Kota three years ago and took admission in a coaching institute to prepare for IIT entrance test. The younger brother Basant would take his brother on his shoulders to the coaching classes and the two would study together. The story of the brothers is all the more inspirational given the fact that they come from the family with minimal income and property.

Today, the brothers Krishna and Basant will join IIT and are filled with hope for the future.

 


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