The Journey Of A Boy Who Failed 8th Standard But Is Now A Multi-Millionaire 

Dreams do come true if you work for them!

The Journey Of A Boy Who Failed 8th Standard But Is Now A Multi-Millionaire 
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"Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them" The story of Trishneet Arora, a young 23-year-old boy from Ludhiana, is a combination of all these cases. While the importance of educational qualification is slowly fading away to make way for talent and passion, the world is changing for the better, slowly but surely. If you have talent and the guts to do whatever it takes to translate your vision into reality, then the world is your canvas and you are Van Gogh, of course!

Background.

Background.

Trishneet Arora, born in a middle-class family in Ludhiana, had always been a computing enthusiast, who was utterly fascinated by the fields of hacking and cyber security. But things didn't go well when this passion made him sideline his studies, and he flunked the 8th standard.  

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Dark phase.

Dark phase.
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With the results out, he was laughed at and mocked in school, while being scolded and shouted at home. Shortly after, he left formal education behind and got enrolled for a correspondence course to pursue his passion with more clarity and dedication. 

The struggle.

The struggle.
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At that time, nobody took him seriously, but he never lost hope and kept educating himself with new information in the field of hacking. This is what made all the difference.

The turning point.

The turning point.
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He never stopped doing what he wanted to do, and at the mere age of 22, he laid the foundation of his cyber-security firm, "TAC Securities." His company is a huge success, has offices in Dubai and the United Kingdom, and a turnover that runs in crores. Inspiring? Very!

No turning back.

No turning back.
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His extraordinary skills and achievements have engaged market giants like Reliance, CBI, Punjab Police, Gujarat Police, Amul, and others to be his clients. It is very inspiring that with no formal training, Arora has 50 of the Fortune 500 companies in his list of customers.  

Sharing knowledge.

Sharing knowledge.
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Apart from that, he has written three books: Hacking Talk with Trishneet Arora, The Hacking Era, and Hacking with Smart Phones. He is also an active speaker at conclaves and conferences. 

A sweet story of success.

A sweet story of success.
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At an age when students are usually just out of colleges, Arora is already a well-known face in the market and has a multi-million company in his name. This is what happens when you take the road less traveled. 

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