Younger Brother Carries Polio-Stricken Older Brother on Shoulders to School. Both Make it to IIT!


From the minor town of Paroria in Bihar’s Samastipur region, comes this amazing story of the bond between two siblings who together battled extraordinary neediness and handicap to break the IITJEE (Advanced) test this year.

Krishna (presently 19) was injured with polio when he was only one year old. He couldn’t move around or go to class since his family was so poor they couldn’t bear the cost of props or bolsters for him.

At the point when Krishna’s sibling Basant, brought into the world a year later, grew up and was the fate of school-going age, he chose to convey his sibling on his class kickoff ordinary.


The bond between the siblings became more grounded still after they completed Class 8 and began going to a senior optional school 10 km far from the town. Their dad purchased a bike and Basant would take Krishna to class on it.

The two kids were doing admirably in their investigations and chose they needed to have a go at taking the IIT placement test. They influenced their dad to send them to Kota, 1400 km away, for training classes. However, inside two years, their dad came up short on cash for their stay in Kota. The siblings returned home pounded. In any case, because of the liberality of their more seasoned siblings working in a carport in Mumbai, who urged them to return and study, Krishna and Basant could continue their training.

At Kota too, Basant would convey Krishna to the instructing classes on his shoulders. “When I left the town for training three years prior, individuals in the town speculated my capacities and whether we would most likely proceed with like this,” Krishna said to the Indian Express, including “we were resolved to end up architects.”

Today, Krishna has verified the 38th All India Rank in OBC handicapped classification, and Basant has the 3675 positions in OBC class.

The siblings currently trust that they will most likely join the equivalent IIT as it will be extremely troublesome for Krishna to oversee without anyone else.

“Basant thoroughly takes care of me. He takes me on his shoulders from home or lodging space to classes, serves me sustenance… I feel pitiful when I consider living without him in the designing school,” he says.


It is our genuine expectation the IIT specialists will most likely spot this two kin in a similar organization so they can cooperate towards accomplishing their fantasies.

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