Aanjinappa from Karnataka has passed the JEE Advanced examination and secured his position at rank 91. Aanjinappa’s mother is a day laborer and his father has died. The only matter of worry for the brilliant boy is the very high course fee, which he is not in a position to pay.
On his success, Anjinappa said, “So far, the Rashtrotthana Parishat (organization associated with RSS) and BASE (Coaching Institute) have carried out my expenditures. I do not know how will I be able to deposit the IIT fees.”
Anjinappa of Chikkanahalli village near Electronic City had started his coaching long time ago. He said, “I want to do mechanical engineering from IIT Chennai. I like reading books and playing football.”
He said, “In the PO Board exam, I got 100 numbers in physics, chemistry, and electronics. A total of 95.3 percent marks were obtained in the examination. In JEE Main, I got 240 out of 360 points,” he concluded.
Anjinappa is not the only student who is concerned about his IIT fees. Prem Kumar Naik, who passed the JEE Advanced examination, is also worried about his future. His parents are laborers. Prem Kumar, a resident of Bagalkot, has done his schooling from JNV, Bagalkot. He has a dream in studying at IIT-Bombay.
BASE and Rashtrotthana Parishat selected 36 children including Aanjinappa and Prem for their 2-year extensive IIT training course. All these children were given free IIT coaching. All selected children belong to poor families. Of these, 19 have passed the JEE Advanced examination.