Inspirational tale: This Mumbai girl fought against all odds to become a doctor

Roshan Shaikh is a 23-year-old differently abled Mumbaikar, who has successfully completed her MBBS degree. She has now joined Mumbai's civic run KEM hospital for postgraduate studies in pathology. Roshan had met with an accident, in which she lost her both the legs. But, that didn't deter her from pursuing her dreams


If you have the determination, courage and a positive attitude towards your life, nothing can stop you from making your dreams come true.

An example of this is Mumbai’s Roshan Shaikh who never let her emotions get the better of her. Even though, she lost both of her legs in a near fatal railway accident in 2009, this brave girl didn’t lose focus of her goal.

Since childhood, she always wanted to be a doctor, her hard work and years of struggle paid off in the end. And now she has finally become a doctor.

She has come a long way from being a bedridden girl to becoming an MBBS doctor.

After completing her MBBS and internship for one year, Roshan has now joined Mumbai’s civic run KEM hospital as a postgraduate student in Pathology.

Dr Avinash Supe, Dean of KEM hospital has shared an emotional Facebook post on Roshan’s success and a long battle.