Sanjay Ravidas polished shoes during the day, studied during Night scored 66% in the 10th board exam

This is the story of Sanjay Ravidas from West Bengal. It is an inspiring story filled with his struggles. Sanjay Ravidas is a cobbler and he scored 66% marks in the WBBSE examination, which allowed him to pass in the first division.

Sanjay Ravidas achieved this success amidst family obstacles and challenges. His father, Jagdish Ravidas, passed away due to an illness thirteen years ago. Since then, Sanjay had to take up the responsibility of the household. However, he did not lose hope and continued to prioritize his studies amidst his struggling life.

In his family, he has his mother, Kalyani Devi, and a brother. Sanjay used to earn money for his education by stitching and polishing shoes. His mother, Kalyani Devi, says that Sanjay had to study in a simple house. She also worked as a maid in other houses.

Sanjay Ravidas never went to any private coaching centre, nor did he have access to good facilities like other children. He worked hard all day to support his family’s needs and dedicated time to his studies. This boy is an inspiration for everyone, and his dream of becoming an IPS officer will soon come true.

We have heard many stories of such struggling lives and one such story we have known by the name of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was a great scientist and an inspiring leader, well-known as the Missile Man of India.

In some ways, Sanjay Ravidas’ struggle story is similar to the life story of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was born into a poor family, but he had a keen interest in education from childhood.

Despite being poor, his family supported him. When he was eight years old, he sold newspapers to support his education expenses. His interest was so strong that he read the newspapers himself. During his school days, he was greatly influenced by his teacher, Ayadurai Solomon.

His teacher believed that one should always keep desires, hopes, and faith alive in their life. Controlling these three principles is crucial, and with them, one can reach their destination without any worries. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam followed these principles in his life and achieved success in his struggling journey. Sanjay Ravidas’ story is undoubtedly inspiring, and we hope that he too will find success in his life and all his dreams will come true.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].