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Hyderabad: Boy grabs Rs 1 crore scholarship to study in the US

Hyderabad: Vedant Anandwade, an 18-year-old boy from Hyderabad has recently received a scholarship worth Rs 1 crore. Now, he will study from Case Western Reserve University in US for his pre-medical undergraduate studies in neuroscience and psychology. Anandwande has got admission to one of the most prestigious universities in The United States which has given as many as 17 Noble Laureates to the world.

Vedant won this incredible scholarship in a climate competition challenge and now he will be travelling to Paris in November to present ideas to the jury at UNESCO. The 18-year-old will now be pursuing neuroscience at Case Western Reserve University as he wants to become a surgeon in future.

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Vedant’s journey

From class 8th Vendant wanted to study abroad he opted for biology as his main focus early on. After Class 10 when the pandemic spread, his mother introduced him to Dexterity Global.

When Vedant turned 16 he applied for a three-month career development program, when he was shortlisting colleges abroad and counsellors who would help him to get there. He said that he gained confidence and independence as a result of the weekly assignment that was provided in class.

The monthly assignments given in class helped him to select opportunities, quizzes, and competitions to participate in. Like this, his team Dexterity Global won the Climate competition challenge that intensified his resume.

What did Vedant’s mother say?

Vijay Lakshmi Anadwade, Vedant’s mother is so proud of his son and she is happy about the fact that his son bagged the Rs 1.3 crore scholarship but says it wasn’t a full waiver of fees.

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She is thankful for Dexterity through which Vedant was able to build a good platform that enabled him to upgrade his CV. She added that parents should discover what their child’s distinctive quality was because every child was born with it. 

Vedant’s advice to students

Vedant advised them to also focus on extracurricular activities and their strengths in addition to academics as that were what colleges were looking for.

He advised kids that they should build an all-rounded resume which included other activities apart from academics.

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