Suryakanti Naik rewrote destiny with her right leg

December 4, 2010 at 9:38 am Leave a comment

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BALANGIR: Hers is a case of determination that can move mountains. Suryakanti Naik (21) of Gariamunda village under Birmaharajpur block in Sonepur district was born with deformed hands. As Sikshya Sahayak at her village primary school today she shoulders the responsibility of her entire

family. She always wanted to become a trained teacher and her willpower saw her through all obstacles of  life.

“Since childhood I was agile. My mother always knew that I would rewrite my destiny,” said Suryakanti. Her mother used to guide her when she began writing with her right leg.She wrote all her board exams using her leg and came out with flying colours in CET examination. Joint Secretary of Research Academy for Rural Enrichment (RARE) Ambuja Bihari Satpathy said Suryakanti is an example for other disabled. “She is a real source of inspiration,” added Satpathy.


Entry filed under: Inspiring Stories, Region watch, Subarnapur, Suryakanti Naik, Gariamunda village, Birmaharajpur.

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