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Five students, who have appeared for SSLC exam from ‘Kaliyuva Mane’, have emerged victorious with flying colours, one in first class and two in second class.

Published: 13th May 2014 08:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th May 2014 08:20 AM   |  A+A-

Five students, who have appeared for SSLC exam from ‘Kaliyuva Mane’, have emerged victorious with flying colours, one in first class and two in second class.

The students are J Hemanth Kumar, who has learning disability, Y Hemanth Kumar, H Manu, Shankara and A Srikrishna.

Each of them crossed domestic, social, economic, educational and emotional hurdles to reach their goals. Interestingly, all of them cleared the exam in English medium.

Hemanth Kumar was admitted to Kaliyuva Mane after his father learnt more about his disability.

He was educated as per the guidelines of a clinical psychologist.

Kumar hails from a village in Andhra Pradesh. He lost his father in an accident and his mother is an attender in a school in Andhra Pradesh. After his father’s death, Hemanth came to Mysore. He wants to pursue Diploma in Engineering.

H Manu’s parents are illiterates and had admitted him in the trust five years ago. Manu wants to become an actor. Shankar hails from Mellahalli and he too had a turbulent childhood. He lost his mother quite early in his life.  Srikrishna had a traumatic childhood and he has  poor social skills. The results have given him enough confidence to face life. He wants to become a successful businessman. 

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