Hyderabadi child receives $1 million scholarship to study at 17 Nobel laureates' alma mater in the US.

Hyderabad student Vedant Anadwade, 18, has been given a Rs 1.3 crore scholarship from Case Western Reserve University in the United States . Vedant said that he took part in a climate competition competition in which he would be heading to Paris in November and pitching solutions to the jury at UNESCO .

Hyderabad (Telangana) (India), August 6: An 18-year-old boy from Hyderabad has been given a Rs 1.3 crore scholarship from Case Western Reserve University in the United States for under-graduation pre-med in Neuroscience and psychology.So far, Case Western has 17 Nobel winners.Vedant said that he took part in a climate competition competition in which he would be heading to Paris in November and pitching solutions to the jury at UNESCO.Since then, he began his journey.I wanted to go abroad and pursue studies from grade 8th.

When I completed grade 10 and COVID began, my mother introduced me to global dexterity.We were looking for colleges and counselors that would help me get the degrees I wanted at the time.At the age of 16, I applied for a carrier-development job.He said it's a three-month program.

Case Western had 17 Nobel laureates.So, I would be studying neuroscience now, says Vedant.The student said that the assignments given in school increased his confidence.In dex school, we were expected to complete a few tasks a week that enhanced his confidence and independence.We also had monthly tasks in which we have to choose opportunities, awards, and quizzes for which we have to participate.

He sent out a letter to children advising them to concentrate on extracurricular interests instead of on academics.My advice to the kids is that they should not be focusing on academics alone, although it is a vital part of education, but that is not to be missed by the colleges.Vedant said that an overall resume of self should be made up of extracurricular, strength and weakness, and that he wants to be a surgeon.Vijaya Lakshmi Anadwade, his mother, said that it is a great moment for them because her son will continue his passion.He wanted to be a child who does everything since childhood, playing, singing, and studying.He is now able to do anything, she said, and we received a generous scholarship of Rs 1.3 cr, it isn't a complete waiver but it gives him a really solid foundation of what he has accomplished so far, the mother said.Every child is born with something special and the parents must learn what it is.

She said that you should give the child a holistic growth.