New Delhi: It is not every day that we come across such inspiring stories of struggle and endurance from school students. Shivam Solanki, a young lad from who lost his limbs in an accident at the age of 13, is appearing for his Class 12th Board Exam after learning to write using his elbows. Also Read - Statue of Unity Put up ‘For Sale’ For Rs 30,000 Crore on OLX to Fight COVID-19, Case Registered

Shivam had achieved an 81 per cent in his Class 10th exams without taking the help of a scribe. After losing his arms and legs in a horrific electrocution incident, he made sure to not give up and taught himself how to write using his elbows. Also Read - Coronavirus in Gujarat: 45-Year-Old COVID-19 Patient Dies, State's Death Toll Reaches 5



Speaking to news agency ANI, Shivam’s father said, “My son has received a lot of help and support from his school. The teachers call and visit him whenever he requires any help.” Also Read - Amid Lockdown, Gujarat Govt to Provide Food Items Freely to Poor Families From April 1

Exuding confidence, Shivam Solanki said, “I am prepared. I hope that I score good marks this year too, much more than what I scored in 10th Board Exam.”



He extended his best wishes to other students appearing for board exams this year and said, “It is just an exam so I urge other students to not stress about it, as it will not decide how your entire life would be. Just prepare well and do well.”