Stereotypes about Dalit-Bahujan community are so prevalent despite reality showing the different picture. Media and rulers don’t want Dalits to know their strength and they always try to demonize Dalits with labels such as – oh Dalits don’t have the brain and they can not study. Dalit, Kalpit Veerwal, topped IIT Mains with 360/360 Score! Kalpit Veerwal belongs to Dalit community, so-called lower castes in India.
Here is another champion from our community, who has achieved this without having many resources.
17 years old Dalit student, Kalpit Veerwal, topped the IIT Mains with 360/360 and broke all records of JEE Mains! Results for IIT Mains were declared today by CBSE.
Regular classes and a bit of confidence helped Rajasthan’s Kalpit Veerwal score full marks and clinch the All India Rank 1 in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2017.
A tight slap on the face of those who say Dalits don’t have merit. Kalpit Veerwal is the topper in general as well Scheduled Caste category. He has scored 360 out of 360 in the examination.
Regular studies helped Kalpit Veerwal top one of important examinations in India. He is now focusing on JEE Advanced, which will be held next month.
His elder brother is a medical student in AIIMS. His father Pushkar Lal Veerwal is a compounder at Udaipur’s Maharana Bhupal Government Hospital and his mother Pushpa Veerwal is a government school teacher. Kalpit Veerwal wants to study Computer Science from IIT-Mumbai.
With limited resources, Dalits all over India are performing well and hitting hard to Manuwadis.
Last year IAS topper was a Dalit girl, Tina Dabi. A few days ago, Dalit, Bhushan Ahir, topped Maharashtra Public Service Commission Examination.
When toppers are from Dalit-Bahujan communities, what merit so-called Brahmins and upper castes talk about all the time? A few years back, V. T. Rajshekar had said,
“all ruling classes built” a theory by suited to their needs and try to give a ‘scientific’ backing to it. Merit and efficiency is a pure Aryan invention, aimed at maintaining their monopoly”.
Best wishes to Dalit, Kalpit Veerwal!
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