According to the IDIA Rajasthan Team, Ruparam has proven himself to be one of the most diligent and hardworking trainees in the state. He is the son of Mr. Ganesharam, a farmer and Ms. Santosh Devi, a housewife. Ruparam has wanted to be a lawyer since his childhood but the family’s annual income that was Rs. 60,000 was largely insufficient in supporting Ruparam’s dream.
Not one to give up, Ruparam found out about IDIA on his own and travelled all the way from Bikaner to Jodhpur to reach the IDIA Rajasthan chapter. Unable to afford a direct bus, Ruparam got down half way and walked 15 kms to get to NLU Jodhpur. His determination was noticed by the team since the first day of training. A self-motivated and very hardworking young man, Ruparam performed brilliantly in CLAT and secured a seat at National Law University, Jodhpur, where he is now studying.
Ruparam has also taken classes for Class 12 students from his old school, to help them with the preparation for their board exams, as well as various entrance tests (including CLAT).