Kupwara boy secures 4th rank
Padergund (Kupwara), Jan 2: Residents of Padergund village in this frontier district have a reason to celebrate as a student form this remote hamlet has secured 4th position in the matriculation examinations, results of which were declared last week.
Adil Abdullah has secured 497 marks out of 500. “I was bit surprised when results were declared,” Adil told Greater Kashmir.
However, his father, Muhammad Abdullah, said, “I was confident that my son will make it to the merit list as he was dedicated and worked very hard. He has made our entire village proud.”
“Nothing is impossible and everything can be achieved. One needs to have a faith in Allah and his own abilities,” Aadil said.
“It is a myth that students who study in private schools only can top. My son has proved that there is lot of talent in villages. If they get proper guidance and exposure they can do wonders,” said Abdullah.
There are ample reasons for the staff and teachers of Government Higher Secondary School Vilgam , where Aadil studied, to cheer besides Aadil 20 other students have secured distinctions.
“We proudly acclaim that the efforts of our teachers bore fruit. They put in lot of hard work to ensure that we secure good marks,” said a group of students.
Aadil’s success has made his mother proud. “Aadil didn’t go to any tutor. His father always guided him. He along with his three friends would remain awake till 4 o’clock in the morning and study tirelessly,” she said.
His friends, Junaid obtained 470 marks, Touseef 417 and Kaiser 350.
An official of Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education, said, “It is for the first time in the history of Board of School Education that a student from a government school has obtained 497 marks in 10th class examinations.”
Lastupdate on : Mon, 2 Jan 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 2 Jan 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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