Let me begin with my sslc classes.So I was very weak in kannada which was a compulsary language for my state board studies.And I used to motivate my self that 'you have to not give up'.I did my best and wrote my exams,finally the results were out and I was depressed as well as happy.Happy because I was passed in kannada,and depressed because my percentage went down because of low marks in kannada.Next I took my admission in the same institution for my pu studies and here's where I lost my self.One of my friend used to make fun of me,one day and the next day,and even my teachers didnt belived in me,I went down and finally failed in my first year.But there was some thing in me which told me,not to give up "get up you have to answer them who didn't belive you"and then I had to give my supp exams.But soon I decided to join tutions for my second year and then another tragic!my tutions started the same month.Even my father didnt belive that his son would make it.But I some how managed it.In my second year I progressed slowely but went down to the same position,again failed in my tests but I didnt cared what was to me was my final exams.And there came my results most of the guys who had got passed in there first year failed in their second year ,and I was on cloud nine 'a first class' at last my hard work had paid off five hours of tutions every day and working till late night 2 or 5 till morning,every body were horror struck and this was my answer.And it not over went to a government college to get my admission to continue my further studies and also applied in the states top most college.I was a bit sure that I will not get my admission done in the top most college.After my father returned from my village,told me to just have a look weather I was selected or not and then go on and do my admission in government college.And another shock my no was there on the notice board.I told all my teachers and I hope the guy had some how come to know how wrong he was.And now here I am not afraid of frustrations,and do what my soul says to me and it is the wright thing "not to give up but to get up and answer".
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