It is not written anywhere that success lies in the fortunes of the rich, whereas success belongs to the poor. If you follow your dreams with all your heart, then the destination is one day under your feet.
As long as there is no lack of any kind in the life of a person, then he does not know anything about success, goal. Today in this post we will talk about a daughter of a small village in Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh, who today along with her parents have brought light to the name of Madhya Pradesh, Rewa district and her village.
Struggle Success Story
The story of Ramkali Kushwaha, the daughter of a laborer living in Lauri Garh number-3, a small village in Rewa district, passing the GATE exam is full of struggles. Ramkali’s parents are laborers and they are three siblings. Ramkali is the eldest, her younger sister studies in 9th class while the younger brother is five years old now. The promising Ramkali told that Papa Chandrika Kushwaha and mother Premvati Kushwaha spent their lives living in a kutcha house, but did not leave any stone unturned in teaching her and her siblings.
After passing GATE, Ramkali’s dream is to do M-Tech from IIT Mumbai. At the same time, Ramkali’s father Chandrika Kushwaha told that daughter Ramkali is promising in studies since childhood, she studied from class 1 to 4 in Saraswati Gyan Mandir, Garh, then studied till 8th in Adarsh Swami Vivekananda Secondary School, Lowry No. After completing his studies till 12th from Gandhi Gramodaya Higher Secondary School, Garh.
Do not give up even in difficult times
Ramkali told that after passing 12th, physics teacher Sameer Verma inspired him to do B.Tech. After which he took admission in Krishna College of Engineering (Managawan). The college was 30 km away from the village, which used to go up and down by bus daily. But after the closure of the college after a year, the transfer was done to Jawaharlal Nehru College of Technology, Rewa. This college was 60 kms away. Even then daily up and down. One way fare was Rs 50. Completed two years of B.Tech Civil Engineering up-down. When the college was closed during the Corona period, the father bought a laptop and after that Ramkali continued his studies on mobile and laptop with the help of YouTube.
CM Shivraj congratulated
On this success of Ramkali, who hails from a small village, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan himself also congratulated the promising Ramkali. The CM interacted with Ramkali through video conferencing and congratulated him and his family. The Chief Minister said that the entire state is proud of your success, you will be given all possible help for studies, the Collector should help the girl and her family in every possible way. Let us inform that Ramkali has secured 3290 All India Rank in Civil Engineering and 435th Rank in Environmental Science and Engineering in the GATE result declared on March 17.
No work is successful without a framework
Ramkali gives tips for success to the students who are preparing for GATE. Ramkali says that it is very important to make a daily target and time table. With the help of target and time table, the account of proper use of time and when to study is kept.
To read without planning is to deceive yourself. First strengthen your basic concepts then practice numericals. Along with taking mock tests, it increases confidence. Study two to three subjects every day.
If you study one subject, you will start feeling bored and then you will not feel like studying. After completing a subject, revise it. The thing read from this goes into your deep memory and you do not forget it.
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