A 20-year-old boy, Karan Kanakhara, has cleared CAT and got admission to IIM Kolkata.
Karan Kanakhara, a 20-year-old boy from Gujarat, cleared CAT, an entrance exam for IIM, before completing his graduation. He will be taking admission to IIM Kolkata. Karan is one of those youths who has made his weakness his strength.
While pursuing Class 12, Karan decided to opt for a career in a Master in Business Administration (MBA). He wanted to pursue MBA in the best institution and that is why he had started preparing for CAT quite early.
Despite having just 20 percent vision, Karan cleared the exam with flying colours and managed things well. Karan gives special credit to his family sister Shraddha Kanakhara, father Jitendrabhai Kanakhara, and mother Pooja Kanakhara.
However, "I have taken the Class 10 exam as a normal student," he said. Whereas in the 12th board examination, the Under Person with Disability (PWD) category was given. Under the PwD category, he got a little more time and also got a torch to complete his exam. In both these exams, Karan secured 99 percentile.
Karan currently sees only 20 percent. Despite having so many challenges himself, Karan achieved his management goal.