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SULABH MAKES IT EASIER FOR YOUNGEST GRADUATE

Monday, September 16, 2013 - 12:15
PNS | Lucknow
The Pioneer
Sushma was given a cheque of Rs 8 lakh to continue her studies, by founder of NGO Sulabh Sanitation & Social Reforms Movement (Sulabh International) Bindeshwar Pathak. She also got an iPhone, iPad, laptop, desktop and LED television set.

Tathagat Tulsi, who graduated at 11 years of age, was also present. Eager to become a doctor, Sushma has taken admission in the microbiology course at Bhim Rao Ambedkar Central University, as age does not permit her to join a medical course. “After MSc, I will children.

Sushma cleared high school at the age of seven, two years less than Tathagat. Now he is assistant professor at IIT-Mumbai after finishing higher studies at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and in the US. He too had been adopted by Sulabh.

Tathagat said, “It is a great feeling when someone follows your steps. I first came to know about Sushma when she broke my record of being youngest person to pass class X,” for which Sushma is in the Limca Book of Records. Source : http://www.dailypioneer.com/nation/sulabh-makes-it-easier-for-youngest-graduate.html

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