Bazilla attributes her success to hard work, grandma’s prayers
Islamabad, July 1: Having secured 3rd rank with 207 points in the Common Entrance Test (CET), Bazilla Bilal Vaid of Bijbehara has realized the dream that her grandfather wished for his son, her father Bilal Ahmad Vaid.
Though destiny had different plans for Bilal and he ended up as a banker after missing the opportunity by a whisker, as he made it to waiting list of MBBS admission that time. Envisioning the dream of her grandfather and father, Bazilla finally achieved it with flying colors by being among the top three in the list of selected candidates.
Bazilla had passed her matriculation from Al Sarwat Convent School and then joined Higher Secondary School in Marhama. Bazilla says that nothing is impossible if one has got his/her goals set.
“There should be no ifs and buts in the path of your success. I studied at least 10 hours a day and made sure that I should dedicate the assigned time to my study. Hard work is the key to success,” says Bazilla.
She adds that the biggest support is her grandmother, who has been praying for her endlessly and her father who has been a pillar of support through thick and thin.
“Almighty Allah has bestowed me with the success only because of my grandma I guess. She has been fasting for my success,” said Bazilla.
Interestingly, Bazilla also has special thanks to offer to her maid Yasmeena who she says used to wake her up early. Bazilla has special liking for photography and is very philanthropic. Last but not least Bazila attributes her success to her teachers and all well-wishers.
Her parents say that she has worked very hard for whatever she has achieved and Allah has been very kind to her and all of them.
“She is a very dedicated girl and Allah has rewarded her for the hard work she has been pouring in to achieve her goal,” says Bilal Ahmad Vaid, Bazilla’s father.
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