Ranchi's Tushar Rishi scored 95% in the 2017 CBSE Class-12 board exams while battling bone cancer. Despite suffering from the disease, he didn't let it affect his studies and emerged with flying colors, becoming an inspiration to many.
He was detected with cancer in 2014 because of which he couldn't take Class-10 board exams. His book, The Patient Patient, talks about his cancer struggle.
Prince Kumar from Delhi scored 97% in the 2018 CBSE Class-12 board exams, and also emerged as the topper of the Science Stream in the Delhi government schools.
Kumar, the son of a DTC bus driver, worked hard to achieve his dreams despite financial hardships. He studied with determination and dedication and did not let his family's financial condition stop him from achieving success.
#5: Nehmat Mongia battled dyslexia to top the board exams
Nehmat Mongia from Delhi battled dyslexia to score 96% in the 2015 CBSE Class-12 board exams. She also emerged as the topper in the special category for the Delhi region. Dyslexia is a learning disorder that affects one's ability to read, spell, write, and speak.