Manish Garg, a 26-year old from Chhattisgarh has now become another inspirational story for the rural India, making it big in the electronics.
Manish, who was a class 10 dropout, cleared the IIT-JEE in 2012, followed by the post-graduation from Kolkata's Institute of Science, Education and Research.
His interest towards quantum optics took him to Germany, two and a half years ago. Right now, Manish, while pursuing his PhD from Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, has been the part of the team which has discovered the way of using laser-light to drive electronic gadgets by controlling speed of electronics inside a solid.
Manish, while hailing the development as the biggest discovery in the field of laser electronics in the last 50 years, said to Times of India that this would help in quick detection of cancer during MRI and X-ray. Also he added that the electronic gadgets could save energy using this and that for the first time electron's motion inside a solid was controlled at PHz.