As said by Chris Grosser ‘Opportunities don’t happen you create them’ comes true for Soharya Bhad, who has recently bagged the first position under OBC category for topping in both class 10 and 12. Soharya got 96.80 percent in class 10 and 95.60 percent in class 12.
He was awarded a cheque of Rs 51000 at the hands of Vijay Wadettiwar, Maharashtra Minister of OBC welfare for his outstanding performance. The function was held at Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Samaj Bhavan, Dikshabhumi. The only son of Dnyaneshwar, who is a farmer, and Sudeepa, who is a teacher at junior college.
While talking to The Live Nagpur, Dnyaneshwar Bhad proudly disclosed the secrets of the success of his son Soharya. Consistency, self-commitment, dedication, and most important interest and passion for learning that has developed now as a habit.
He added that right from school day Soharya had a habit of revising what was taught in the school the same day. “He is never demanding, manage his work by himself,” said the proud father. He added that Sahorya wants to become a Charted Accountant. For which he has given the entrance (CPT) exam.