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Diploma in Mechanical Engineering


When adversity strikes, the brave rise to the occasion. Surya Karthik from Andhra Pradesh is one such example. Financial difficulties in Karthik’s family never stopped him from studying and working hard to build himself a bright future

Happy Sharma

Mahindra Pride School (MPS), Chandigarh, is currently employed at Landmark Group, Dubai.


After facing difficulties throughout my childhood after losing my father; I could take charge of my life only with the help of Mahindra Pride School and secured a highly paid job in Dubai and have an independent life.

Sanchit Agarwal

Pursuing M.S. - Intelligent Information Systems at Carnegie Mellon University, PA, USA.


“I’ve always strived for the best, it’s helped me get A+ in almost all courses and even win the prestigious Best Student Shield Award from the President of India at my convocation. These helped me win the KCMET Scholarship.


KC Mahindra Fellow Currently pursuing Master of Science in Computer Engineering, Cornell University, USA.


I was born in Mumbai and my family resides in the slums of Bhandup. My father is an auto-rickshaw driver and my mother is a housewife. I have three elder sisters and my father worked very hard to educate the four of us. Today, my eldest sister is an engineer, my second sister is a doctor and the third is an accountant.


Mahindra Pride School, Patna Alumni currently serving as Manager, Café Coffee Day, Mahbubnagar, Telengana.


There are seven members in my family, including three brothers and a sister. My father passed away in April 2015 after battling a prolonged illness. He ran a betel shop and worked as a rickshaw puller earning approximately Rs. 4,000 per month.


Mahindra Pride School, Srinagar Alumni currently serving as Senior Captain of Staff, Angara Restaurant, Hyderabad, Telengana.


hail from Bugam village of Kulgam district in Kashmir. My father Shabir Ahmad is a carpenter who earns a modest sum of Rs. 5,000 per month. My family lived in abject poverty, and it was an arduous task to make ends meet.


Amongst the 852 students interviewed, 15 year old Umapathi Surendra Mohan from Aanantpur in Andhra Pradesh was a shining example of perseverance in the face of great difficulties. Umapati’s father is a priest, earning barely Rs. 3500/- per month. Umapathi had secured 95% in his school and had got admission to pursue Electrical Engineering at the Government Polytechnique in Anantpur.


(Mahindra All India Talent Scholar, 2012)

The reason why Arjun chose to pursue a diploma in Automobile Engineering was his passion for Cars. Arjun surprised the interview panel when he was able to name many cars such as Dodge, Lamborghini, Ferrari, etc.



(Mahindra All India Talent Scholar, 2012)

17 year old Aiswarya comes from a small village in Kozhikode. Her father is a daily wage laborer & earns Rs. 200/- per day. She studied in a Malayalam medium school and obtained 94% marks in her SSC.