Posts Tagged "2011"

Johnson Subba

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Johnson Subba

Johnson Subba, IDIA 2011 Scholar
NLU Orissa, Cuttack

Johnson Subba completed his 12th standard in the commerce stream under the CBSE Board in Pelling Higher Secondary School in the small town of Pelling in Sikkim. His father is a peon in the Power Department while his mother is a homemaker. He also has a younger brother who is studying in the 12th standard. Their combined

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Mukesh Kumar Kori

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Mukesh Kumar Kori

Mukesh Kumar Kori, IDIA 2011 Scholar
NALSAR, Hyderabad

Mukesh’s interests include photography, drawing, debating, etc. Although he planned to become an engineer earlier, given his strong argumentative skills and leadership abilities, he soon realized that law was his true calling. Since then, there has been no looking back and IDIA has been there to help him in any way possible

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Arindam Bhattacharjee

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Arindam Bhattacharjee

Arindam Bhattacharjee, IDIA 2011 Scholar
NLIU, Bhopal

Arindam Bhattacharjee. As a diligent student of Science in the 12th standard under the West Bengal State Board in Berhampur in Bengal, Arindam had at first,planned to pursue medical studies, but law caught his fancy one day when ..

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Vipan Kumar

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Vipan Kumar

Vipan Kumar, IDIA 2011 Scholar
RGNUL, Patiala

A year and a half back, Vipan Kumar, residing in the village of Phagwara near Jalandhar, was utterly confused. He had just taken his 12th standard board examinations and was clueless about which line of study to pursue. His father ..

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Arepalli Naga Babu

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Arepalli Naga Babu

Areppalli Naga Babu, IDIA 2011 Scholar
NLU Orissa, Cuttack

Arepalli Naga Babu is a visually challenged student from Machlipatnam. He hails from a family of five with an income of 36,000 rupees per annum. He did his schooling till the tenth standard from his village. Despite being fully visually impaired, Naga Babu secured 80% in the State board exams.

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