Shivam Solanki lost both his hands and one leg in an accident a few years ago, but despite this, he has mastered this changed life due to his passion for studies and his career.
Vadodara (India): Shivam Solanki, a resident of Vadodara, Gujarat, has once again shown his feat. After scoring 89% marks in the 10th examination, Shivam has now crossed the 90 marks in the 12th board exam and has scored 92.33 per cent. Shivam’s achievement is special because Shivam lost both his hands and one leg in an accident a few years ago, but despite this, he has mastered this changed life due to his passion for studies and his career.
Shivam Solanki has secured 92 per cent mark in the 12th board exam of Gujarat Board. He is a student of science stream. In 2011, at the age of just 12, he had a tragic accident. He was hit by high-tension wire, in which he lost both his arms and one leg. However, now Shivam has learned to write from his elbows.
Talking to ANI, Shivam said, ‘I want to become a doctor. If not, I want to go to some other service like this.
Shivam told, ‘I used to study all day for the exam. My teachers helped revise my syllabus, due to which I was able to get 92.33% marks. He further said, ‘I want to give this message to the children who have passed the exam, that they should work hard to achieve their goals in future.’ Shivam also advised the students with low numbers to work hard.
Shivam’s father is a fourth-class employee in Vadodara Municipal Corporation. Shivam has always received encouragement from his parents and teachers.