Bareilly topper Mahima Shah appeals to Minister, says guidelines must be updated to reflect RPWD Act

Mahima Shah, the CBSE topper from Bareilly with cerebral palsy, has written appealed to Giriraj Singh, Union Minister, Animal Husbandry asking that admission rules to the Veterinary Council of India be updated in line with provisions of the RPWD Act 2016. Mahima has cleared the medical entrance exam, NEET, and wishes to become a veterinarian.
80% disability could not stop Mahima Shah from topping the CBSE exam this year from Bareilly. What does stand in the way of this 17-year-old’s childhood dream of becoming an animal behaviourist is a set of outdated rules.

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