National Law University, Odisha
Satish lived in Narayanpet, Telangana and studied there until the 5th standard. His father is a farmer, and his mother works as an agricultural and domestic worker. They have faced many financial difficulties.
Satish is an extremely hardworking student. He received a scholarship for studying free of cost at a residential school from 6th to 10th standard through the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Telangana Backward Classes Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society. He scored a perfect 10.0 GPA in the 10th standard. Satish’s parents are very proud of him for getting a scholarship to pursue his secondary education.
Most of the students around Satish wanted to study engineering but Satish wanted to explore a different field. He noticed that the people in his village were not aware of the law as a career and about CLAT and other entrance exams. He decided to pursue law and to introduce and inspire several other kids from his village to do the same.
His parents were hesitant at first due to the costs involved. This changed when Satish was introduced to IDIA by a student studying at NALSAR University of Law. When Satish told his parents about IDIA, they wholeheartedly supported him in pursuing his interest.
Satish says that IDIA gave him a new direction in life. IDIA helped him get the best possible training through mock tests and classes from the IDIA trainers. He faced many difficulties that law aspirants typically encounter in their preparation. At one point, he got demotivated due to his mock test scores going down. He quickly got back on his feet soon and is grateful to the entire IDIA team and his IDIA trainers for their continuous support and mentorship.
Satish wants to become a judge in the future and serve society. In his free time, Satish helps his parents on the farm. He also enjoys playing cricket, running, and cycling. Satish believes in doing everything possible to achieve his goals.