Now that the new academic session of the Delhi University has started, one can see the happy faces of the students all around the university who made it to the DU. Now, these students from different background and different states are ready to experience a whole new level of exposure and experience in the coming three years.
Delhi University is popular for its higher cut-offs and to get into the university, students leave no stone unturned and with believe in their heart and courage to fight all odds, these students with disabilities made it to the Delhi University.
Dev Narayan Prajapati
Dev is a visually impaired candidate and secured a seat in MA at Ramjas college.
"I want to get into the teaching line. I want to be a professor and share the knowledge I have gained so far with many more," he told HT.
Roshan Kumar Sharma
Course: BA Programme
Roshan is suffering from Albinism, a disorder from birth which happens due to the complete ot partial absence of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes.
"I have had albinism since birth. However, nobody ever asks me about it. I'm not even sure if they notice it about me... I have limited range vision and some photosensitivity because of the albinism," Roshan said to HT
The team of brainbuxa wishes these students best of luck for their future endeavors.