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CBSE results: Lost both hands aged 4, versatile Aman is doing great now – 12th cbse student result aman singh cut both hands in train accident

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Pravendra Singh Sikarwar, Greater Noida: Victory comes when the decision is made… This poem by a poet fits perfectly with Aman Singh, who lives in Kulesara, Greno. Aman, who lost both of her hands in a train accident as a child, has always kept her spirits up. He became an inspiration to others by scoring 75% in the 12th CBSE exam.

At the age of 4, Aman was traveling from Delhi railway station to Lucknow with his family, when he had an accident and lost both his hands up to his elbow. He was admitted to AIIMS, Delhi for 6 months. His passion for studies was such that after losing both his hands, he began to write while holding a pen with his mouth. After a while he started trying to hold the pen with the remaining hands up to the elbow. His parents also always supported him and he also received a lot of help from teachers. Apart from participating in school sports activities, Aman also does amazing paintings. He had also obtained better marks in the 10th examination of the board. Aman studied up to 12th grade from Visva Bharati school in Greno. He attributes his success to school principal Mehndri Devi as well as his parents.

Received numerous awards
Inspired by Aman’s spirit, Noida MP Mahesh Sharma honored him by donating Rs 50,000. Aman has won many awards in painting and sports activities. When modeling enthusiast Aman walks down the ramp, the campus erupts in applause. He also demonstrated his skills in dancing.

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