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He battled 95% burns, coma and 54 surgeries to get his MBA

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by deepak on Jul 18, 2012 09:53 AM

Hats off to Manoj Rana..!!! You're a fighter dude.! You gained all the respect for being such a fighter.. US Government Rocks too..!! Kudos for having such a loving and caring parents..:)

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Kaipa Srinivasa
Extraordinary courage and achievement
by Kaipa Srinivasa on Jul 15, 2012 11:12 AM  | Hide replies

Kudos to Manoj Rana. No words to praise. He is a role model in courage. Best wishes Mr.Manoj.

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New Jersey
Re: Extraordinary courage and achievement
by New Jersey on Jul 15, 2012 11:13 AM
I agree. Kudos.. Congrats.. If it was some1 else would have committed suicide or wait for when dies.

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Vattem Krishnan
Rana ji,hats off to you!
by Vattem Krishnan on Jul 15, 2012 08:33 AM

Noida and Delhi is proud of you and equally your alama matter from galgotia.It is noteworthy that you have fulfilled by getting awarded your MBA degree from USA.undoubtedly you are unsung hero of the country

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Secular india
Indeed a Brave Man
by Secular india on Jul 14, 2012 09:16 PM

MBA is a Personality development Program not a Qualification.

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Great man Great,salute !!!!
by youngcitizen on Jul 14, 2012 08:58 PM

These type of people deserve some high post so that citizens may be more strong rather than corrupt and hungry for power people.

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Suresh Kurapati
by Suresh Kurapati on Jul 11, 2012 08:53 PM

Wow ! Thats quite a ride you had last couple of years.First of all,your hardwork and determination speaks a lot about you . You did not lose ur heart becuase of a freak but dangerous accident.Secondly, kudos to healthcare system in the US.It could be costly compared to what we have in India, but , doctors in US definitely go way beyond their normal to restore normalcy to a patient.I truly admire that in this country.Its not just doctors.I can see that in any profession.
Third , 700 GMAT score.Its not easy for a person even under best of best circumstances.Had things been normal,I would assume you might have cracked 1000/800 :-)
Good luck with your job search.Whoever hires you will be glad they did

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