Toppers owe it to family

Srinagar, Dec 17: Class 10 topper Iqra Bashir Makhdoomi of Sopore describes her feat as first step towards achieving her goal- qualifying the civil service examination.
Daughter of Bashir Ahmad Makhdoomi, Senior Superintendent of Police in State Human Rights Commission, and Hanifa Bashir, lecturer in government Higher Secondary School Bomai Sopore, Iqra has carved out her future plans in advance and shares them with friends and family. She wants to be a civil servant but her aim after ten-plus-two examination is to be in Government Medical College Srinagar.
“First I want to crack medical entrance and then my ultimate goal is to crack civil service. Today’s success will encourage me to achieve my goal,” she said.
Originally hailing from Tujjer Sharif village, Iqra gives credit of the success to her family.
“Though my parents remain busy in their duties, they helped me a lot in their spare time. My success would not have been possible without the support of my parents,” she says.
Z, who shared first position with Iqra, wants to follow the footsteps of his father. Her father Ishtiyaq Ahmad Malik is an Assistant Executive Engineer in Roads & Buildings Department and her mother Shahzada Akther is a teacher in School Education Department.
But success is nothing new to the Malik family residing in Gulposh Colony Chanapora here. Her sister, Seerat Malik, secured 7th position in matric results last year.
“My family is a role model for me. They showed me the way that focused work can fetch you success,” she says. “I am thrilled. The joy and the satisfaction of my family is the biggest reward for me.”

Lastupdate on : Mon, 17 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 17 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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