Mumbai’s School Dropped-Out Girl Now Enters Massachusetts Institute of Technology

17-year-old Wadala girl, Malvika Joshi, who was opt-out her school when she was 12-year-old, has fixed her place and enters Massachusetts Institute of Technology, disobeying past’s incidents that let her out of her school because of the undue weight that was given to the marks as well as degree.

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This talented girl from Mumbai never passed her class 10th or class 12th examination. Instead of this, she made her entry at Massachusetts Institute of Technology by clearing MIT scholarship examination for the purpose of pursuing her bachelor’s by means of being a 3-times medal winner at the internationally held Olympiad of Informatics.

MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology has a provision under which they accept students medal winners of distinct Olympiads winners including Maths Olympiads, Physics Olympiads, or Computer Olympiads.

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When Malvika Joshi was studying in 8th class at Mumbai’s Dadar Parsee Youth Assembly School, her mother decided to pull her out of the school even she was performing quite well in her studies. Her mother, Supriya opt such hard and unconventional decision because of Malvika’s stress and her increasing sense of unhappiness faced by Malvika during her school day.

We are proud of you Malvika Joshi. We wish you all the very best for your bright future at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.