Vinayak Sreedhar, which is idolized Stephen Hawkinghe scored almost 100 in three subjects which appeared to have been during the CBSE 10 examination and he died in March before he could write the other two. He scored 100 in English, 96 in Science and 97 in Sanskrit and could not attend for Computer Science and Social Studies.
Top of the class 10 board examinationshe will be an astronaut and will ride to Rameswaram among Sreedhar's unsatisfactory desires, diagnosed with muscular dystrophy when he was two years old. Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle decomposition and weakness.
It is the result of lack of fitting, protein that helps to keep muscular cells intact. Results for Class 10 Central Board of Education (CBSE) the examination was announced on Monday.
Amity International School, Noida, the student appeared in the examinations under the general category and not the category of Special Needs Children (CWSN). "Her muscular movement was very limited. He could write slowly but because there is a time for exams he used a scribe to write an English and Science exam. In the case of Sanskrit, he wanted His body movement was restricted and he became a wheelchair coming, but his mind was very sharp and very high, "said Mamta Sreedhar, his mother, with PTI.
"He always says I would like to be an astronaut in spite of all the challenges and I would tell if Stephen Hawkings could go to Oxford and make a name in Cosmology. I can go to space too. The British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking also suffered motor neurone disease.Sreedhar had plans to visit the Rameswaram temple near Kanyakumari, when his past examinations.
"We are today in Rameshwaram and we are going to stay in the evening. His desire was that he did not fulfill it and so we decided not to postpone the plans and do it for him," said his mother. However, Vinayak Sreedhar is not the only one of his family to his parents to be proud of. His sister is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and is currently undertaking a Phd at the University of British Columbia's fellowship.
While Vinayak's father is vice-president of GMR, his mother is a homemaker. "I made this choice. My whole day went around it. When I was brushing his teeth to feed him, I did it all myself, but it was the awakening that always gave us strength," said her mother.
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