Deepu's journey to becoming a doctor was a long and difficult one. As a young boy from a poor family in a small village in India, Deepu faced many challenges. His parents worked hard to provide for their family, but there was never enough money to go around. Deepu knew that if he wanted to achieve his dream of becoming a doctor, he would have to work hard and be resourceful.
Despite the many hardships he faced, Deepu was determined to
succeed. He spent hours studying on his own, using any materials he could get
his hands on. He borrowed books from the local library and scoured the internet
for information on medicine from his friend’s phone.
As he grew older, Deepu's hard work and dedication paid off. He was accepted into medical school, but the cost of tuition and living expenses was beyond his family's means. Deepu refused to let this obstacle stand in his way. He took on part-time jobs, working as a dishwasher and washing dirty utensils at wedding functions. He ate leftover food from these functions to save money on meals. Despite the long hours and hard work, Deepu never complained. He knew that it was all worth it if it meant he could achieve his dream of becoming a doctor.