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Anil Bhadu

He worked in the farms during holidays to get into law school. He has been working as a farmhand during his holidays to earn money to pay
for his education. Today, the 18-yearold has been admitted to an undergraduate course at National Law School University of India (NLSUI)
after getting 42nd rank in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). His father, a marginal farmer, often drove a truck to make ends meet, while his mother is illiterate. Poverty should not be a reason to give up studies, he said. If you want to achieve something in life, you have to work hard. I plan to take up a part time job during my vacation in Bengaluru to cover my personal expenses, he added. He scored CGPA 10 in the Class 10 CBSE board exams and 94.6% in Class 12. In 2014, Anil passed the IIT JEE Advanced, and was ranked 1, 250 in CLAT, which got him a seat in NLSUI, Guwahati. But his dream was to pursue law in NLSUI, Bengaluru.

Meghna Unnikrishnan

Meghna Unnikrishnan a Class V student of The Schram Academy School, Maduravoyal, Chennai, presented her painting Voice of Little Hearts to Former President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Shri Kailash Satyarthi in New Delhi. It was a memorable moment for all of us. Her painting will become the cover page for the book published by Propel Steps, which will tell stories of children from various strata of the society and the book will be published in 12 Indian languages and will be free for all kids. The book will address issues related to problems of children from poverty, child labour, harassment, parental pressure, psychological problems, child trafficking, slavery etc. Meghna has also won prizes in various painting competitions like: Clint Memorial International Painting Competition organized by Kerala Tourism Department, UNESCO painting competition on Gender Equality in Education at Bangkok, Thailand, Chennai Government Museum Children’s Day Contest and so on.

Shiva Budhlakoti

Inspiration Senior Secondary School, Kathgodam, in Uttarakhand aims at imparting a complete and quality education for the students as not only by the way of formidably high academic standards, but also by developing all faculties intellectual, physical and spiritual. And providing various platforms for students to exhibit their talents. As a student from class 10 Shiva Budhlakoti, won Silver medal in State level Taekwondo championship event organized by School Games Federation of India.

Gaurav Pandey

A Class 5 student from Noida makes India proud, by winning the biggest maths puzzle championship which was held in the US. KenKen is a grid-based numerical puzzle that uses basic math operations while challenging the logic and problem-solving skills of participants. It is recognised by NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, USA), an independent authority, as a powerful tool to build reasoning skills in kids.There were around 35,000 Indian students from 200 schools and 16 states participated in the elimination rounds. The championship was held for three categories – Delta for students of grade 3 to 5, Kappa for students of grade 6 to 9 and Sigma for grade 10 onwards.

Samarth Rao

Samarth Rao a 15-year-old boy from Honnavar in Uttara Kannada district, who has cerebral palsy, made the region proud by coming 3rd in an international chess championship held in Slovakia earlier this month. Being a class X student of Government High School in Honnavar, he represented India in the under-19 category. He achieved the feat at the world chess championship organized by the International Physically Disabled Chess Association from June 19 to 26. He scored a rating of 1,326 and stood third among 38 competitors from 13 countries, his parents said. Vinuta Bhat the boy's mother said she never lost hope. As she was very upset when Samarth used to sit at home while other boys of his age were playing outside. As I started teaching him chess as we found that Samarth had an interest towards the game. Samarth was fond of his grandfather, GR Bhat, and he began playing chess with him.