Nothing is impossible! Samosa seller's son secures sixth spot in JEE Mains exam

Before cracking JEE Mains exam, Vabilisetti Mohan Abhyas has topped Andhra Pradesh EAMCET (Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test) and secured the fifth spot in Telangana EAMCET

Hard work always pays and this news is surely going to make you believe in it. Breaking all the barriers, son of a samosa seller from Hyderabad has cracked the Joint Entrance Exams (JEE) Mains examination. By scoring 345 out of 360 marks he has secured the sixth position in the exam in which around 12 lakh students appeared.

This is not the first time when Vabilisetti Mohan Abhyas has cracked an examination, earlier, he topped the Andhra Pradesh EAMCET (Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test) and secured the fifth spot in Telangana EAMCET.

As per ANI, Vabilisetti Mohan Abhyas said, “I credit my success to my parents. It might be a small thing for students like me, but for my parents, it is a great achievement. After all the hard work they have done for us, they deserve it”.

Vabilisetti Mohan Abhyas is indeed an inspiration for many students as while preparing for the exam he also used to help his father in making samosas. On achieving this remarkable feat, he thanked his teachers and also told that he aims of becoming a scientist like his idol Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and would want to pursue his research work in Physics.

Subba Rao, Vabilisetti Mohan Abhyas’s father, on his son’s achievement, said, “We have worked very hard for our son’s studies. My daily income is 500 rupees and within that income, we had to manage everything. Delighted by his son’s achievements, Rao said he wants to see him become a scientist someday.”

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