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Breaking The Boundaries: Bhutta Seller Son Scored Big In The ICSE Board Result.

If you follow your dream with 100 percent dedication, no one can stop you from succeeding. All you need to do is put in efforts and hard work, in order to achieve your goal.

We recently saw an example of a samosa seller’s son, who passed his exams with flying colours. After him, we are here to talk about a bhutta seller. Yes, a 16-year-old boy from Kolkata has proved to us that nothing can stop you from reaching your goal if you are ready to give your 100 percent.

This is the story of Vivek Agarwal, a bhutta seller, who scored a whopping 87 percent in his class 10 exams. After studying hard in the mornings, he sells corn on the streets in evenings.

Vivek is a student of Union Chapel School; reports say that he can’t even skip a day at work, as it puts financial burden on the family. This is the reason he strikes a perfect balance between work and studies.

Although Vivek has to work really hard in the evenings, he makes sure that he doesn’t compromise even a bit on his studies. He wants to do engineering from another college, but finance is a big problem!

Thankfully, some good people have taken care of this. Yes, the bishop of Calcutta Diocese of the Church of North India is ready to finance his education; Vivek has already been offered free admission to Kolkata’s St. Paul Mission School. Apart from this, the La Martiniere School would pay for his books.

Everyone is proud of Vivek because he sells corn without feeling embarrassed and also also studies hard so as to make his family proud; he truly deserves proper education, isn’t it?

When he was in Union Chapel school, his parents faced a tough time to pay for his education, but now, they have a sigh of relief.

Vivek is an inspiration to us; we all have many complaints in life, but this boy has achieved the impossible, along with taking care of the family’s finances.

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