3ft tall and weighs 15kgs, Ganesh Baraiya enrolls himself into medical college

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Published by Lokendra Sharma on 03 Aug 2019

Ganesh Baraiya was not getting admission into medical college a year ago because of his height. Ganesh went at High Court against this decision of the college but was dissappointed. Afterward, the Supreme Court made a decision to support him and obviously said that because of the height, one can’t stop from achieving one’s dreams.


He was 17 years of age in 2018 but he is 3 feet and weighs 14 kilograms Childlike voice and 70 percent handicap. Thus, notwithstanding scoring 223 marks in the NEET  2018, he was not given admission in the medical college. Be that as it may, after the decision for the Supreme Court this year, Bhavnagar inhabitant will make his dream come true of turning into a specialist by taking admission in Government Medical College of MBBS. Ganesh is currently 18 years. Weight has likewise increased from 14 to 15 kilograms. In spite of the fact that the height is 3 feet.

Ganesh went to Supreme Court after being disappointed with the High Court, Ganesh had likewise stated that so as to live his dreams, he would fight till the last. Against the High Court decision, Ganesh thumped the Supreme Court entryway. The Supreme Court in its decision clarified that we can’t stop one’s dream from working out just because of physical incapacity and height.

When the decision came in support of Ganesh by the Supreme Court’s, his entire family including Ganesh is glad. Ganesh presently feels that he will fulfill his dream of serving individuals by being a doctor. This week he will enroll himself at Bhavnagar Government Medical College.


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