WATCH: Woman with no limbs gets computer job at India govt office

A 20-year-old woman with none of the four limbs in India's central Chhattisgarh state is inspiring many after she has been appointed as a computer operator at a government office.

Born with a rare disorder, tetra-amelia syndrome, Khushboo has never experienced the life with limbs; however, she never allowed the condition to become a disability and did schooling like any other child and further attained a computer course degree.

Having no limbs were not the only obstacle for her, poverty and father's death just after her birth also posed problems aplenty for Khushboo and her family.

Her illiterate mother, Dhamati, worked as a domestic help in several houses and provided education to Khushboo and her two elder sisters.

"I want that she gets a permanent job which will further help her if I am not around," said Dhamati, who carries Khushboo everyday to her office in the forest department.

Sole breadwinner of her family, Khushboo has to type the GPS-data in her computer system and submit the report to her senior, who also acknowledges her for her efficiency.

Just like her mother, she wishes for a permanent job too.

"I want my job to be permanent so that I can look after my family in a better way," she said.