Odisha Boy Sesha Kisan's Journey from grazing cattle to Chemical Scientist

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday presented a cash award of Rs 1 lakh to Sesha Kisan. Sesha Kisan, whose journey from grazing cattle in a village in Sambalpur to obtaining a position in the prestigious University of Gottingen in Germany, is an inspiration for all. The 24-year-old Sesha, who joined the German university as a research associate, earns Rs 2 lakh as a monthly stipend, said an official statement issued by the chief minister's office.
Odisha Boy Sesha Kisan's Journey from grazing cattle to Chemical Scientist

Born in a humble agricultural family, Sesha Kisan suffered deep personal tragedy as he lost his mother at a tender age and father in his teens. Despite immense struggles and suffering, he did not lose sight of his dreams and worked hard to achieve them. 

After he completed his school education at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, he was selected at the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) where he excelled. As a promising chemical scientist, he published many research papers in prestigious international journals. His work was recognized at the global level and he has now been admitted to the prestigious University of Gottingen, Germany as Research Associate.

He is an example of the strongest human values of hard work and dedication and an inspiration for all young people.

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