Ethical Hacking a book written by 12th failed

Ethical Hacking a book written by 12th failed

Ethical Hacking a book written by 12th failed

Meet Chauhan, a resident of Amareli has set an example. He has proved that talent is much more important than a degree certificate.

Meet is 19 years old. He failed his 12th board exams 2 years back. That was a hard time for the Chauhans as Meet’s father fall ill. Meet had to take all the responsibility of his family solely.

To fulfil his duty he took a job as a peon in a private company. This job paid him 2500 only. When his friends got to know about this, they made fun of him and called him ‘looser’. But this did not stop Meet. He did not lose his courage.

He started writing on ‘Ethical Hacking’ which is cyber crime’s important topic.

“I used to work for the entire day and after returning home I used to write my book. It took me 2 years to complete the book. An America based company has reserved all the rights of this book and published it in 13 countries. They have entitled me as an author” – says Meet.

Not only this but Meet has also helped cops in solving a crime mystery. However, he is now working with a website company.