Success Stories

This category contains inspiring stories of successful persons. Their biography, motivational talk, and quotes will help to make life happy and successful.

Girl From Kerala S. Sushree IPS

S Sushree IPS 23-Yo Girl The First Youngest IPS In India

Have you heard the inspiring success story of S. Sushree IPS, 23-year-old girl from Kerala who qualified the UPSC exam in her first attempt and secured 151st rank? After completion of her training at Dehradun and National Police Academy at Hyderabad subsequently, on 11th November 2019, Sushree has joined Odisha cadre. Let’s find glimpses of her success story. Her success story proves that hard work and support from parents are necessary for the success of a child.

Naina Jaiswal Became PhD Student At 16 And Table Tennis Star

How Naina Jaiswal Became PhD Student At 16 And Table Tennis Star

Have you heard the inspiring story of Naina Jaiswal, Table Tennis Star? Naina Jaiswal passed 10th class at 8, Intermediate at 10, Graduate at 13, Post Graduate at 15 and enrolled for PhD at 16. All these success achieved only through study at home and coaching by parents. Read her inspiring story to know more about this multi talented girl and her activities.

16-Year-Old Girl Nilofer Muneer Becomes Youngest Qualified Pilot From Kerala

Nilofer Muneer 16-Year-Old Kerala Girl Qualified Pilot

Have you heard the inspiring story of 16-year-old Nilofer Muneer, a teen girl from Kakkanad, Kochi, Kerala State, India? After securing a Student Pilot’s Licence (SPL) Nilofer Muneer became the youngest qualified pilot from Kerala. Nilofer has proved that impossible is possible with determination and efforts. Let’s find how she achieved this success and listen to her own inspiring words about her journey.

Pranjal Patil (Visually Challenged Woman) Became An IAS Officer

How Pranjal Patil (Visually Challenged Woman) Became An IAS Officer?

Pranjal Patil, India’s first visually challenged woman IAS officer took charge as Sub Collector of Thiruvananthapuram on Oct 14, 2019. The success story of Pranjal Patil proves that determination and hard work is the key to success. Never worry about your weaknesses or disabilities. Have a positive attitude, move forward fearless of failures and achieve success in life.

Payal Jangid The First Indian To Win Global Goals Changemaker Award

17-Year Old Payal Jangid First Indian To Win Global Goals Changemaker Award

Have you heard the news about 17-year old Payal Jangid who won the global ‘Changemaker’ award in New York, bringing more pride to India? If not, continue reading to know about the inspiring success story of this young girl. 17-Year Old Payal Jangid – Changemaker Award Winner Most people expect children to be either passive …

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Sreedhanya Suresh IAS UPSC

How Sreedhanya Suresh Poor Tribal Girl Cracked UPSC Exam?

Despite several government initiatives to uplift the tribal community members, some tribal areas are still in backwardness. It’s a moment of pride and glory for the people of Kerala, India. Sreedhanya Suresh, the 26-year-old tribal girl from Pozhuthana panchayat, Dist. Wayanad has cleared the UPSC Civil Services Examination with a national rank of 410. She is the first person from a tribal community in Wayanad to crack the UPSC exams, that too with an excellent rank of 410.

Aryan Mishra 18 Year Old Indian Astronomer

Inspiring Story Of Aryan Mishra 18 Year Old Indian Astronomer

Have you heard about Aryan Mishra, the 18-year-old Indian astronomer whose curiosity in space led him to discover an unknown asteroid in a nationwide asteroid search campaign? At an age when most children confused what to study next, which career to choose, Aryan Mishra is busy scaling the night sky, discovering asteroids and giving inspirational talks worldwide.

Arunima Sinha The First Woman Amputee To Climb Mount Vinson

The First Woman Amputee Climbed Mt. Vinson Arunima Sinha

We all know the importance of legs. If you don’t know just ask the persons who have no legs or difficulty with legs. We need legs to walk, run, climb, drive a vehicle. People with legs have difficulty to climb a mountain, or even a small hill. Arunima Sinha the first the first woman amputee to climb Mount Vinson proved that what is needed most is a brave heart. Her courage, determination and dedication played important role in achieving her goal.