الطلاب الفقراء يتغلبون على الصعاب للنجاح بالتعليم العالي فى الهند

الطلاب الفقراء يتغلبون على الصعاب للنجاح بالتعليم العالي فى الهند

 

بالرغم من الظروف الصعبة التي يعيشها العديد من طلاب الثانوي المسلمين بولاية “البنغال” الغربية في “الهند”، إلا أنهم تمكنوا من التغلب على الصعاب؛ حيث جاء “مسعود ريزا” – ابن أحد المزارعين – في المركز الأول في اختبارات المدارس العليا، في حين جاء ابن أحد الخياطين في المركز الثاني.

كما حصل “مزمل حسين” على المركز الأول في دبلومة شهادة “عليم” متعددة المواد، في حين جاء “أبو الكلام سردار” في المركز الأول في شهادة فضل؛ حيث ينتمي الاثنان لأسرة فقيرة؛ فالأول والده بائع خضر، والثاني والده عامل، وقد أعربا عن رغبتهما في أن يصبحا معلمَين في المستقبل. المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.

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Poor students overcome all hurdles to outperform in WB High Madrasa Exams

A number of students hailing from poor families have out performed exceptionally well in the West Bengal High Madrasa Examintion (Secondary) 2013.

Masud Reza, son of a farmer, is the first rank holder, while the second rank holder is the son of a tailor. Roshnara Khatun has come third, while Sainjoy Bhuiyan, a non-Muslim has stood 11th in this year’s High Madrasa Examinations.

Muzammel Hossain and Abul Kalam Sardar are the first rank holders in Alim and Fazil examinations.

The results of High Madrasa Examinations were declared on 17 May, 2013 conducted by the West Bengal Board of High Madrasa Education, Government of West Bengal. This year a total of 40992 students appeared in the High Madrasa examinations, of which 13750 were boys and 27242 were girls.

The pass percentage this year was 77.80% of total students. The pass percentage of boys decreased marginally this year compared to last year. This year 83.35% boys passed against last year’s 84.10%. Girls, however, showed slight improvement. This year 74.69% girls passed against last year’s 74.50%.

The President of West Bengal Board of Madrasa Education, Fazle Rabbi held a press conference on 17 May 2013 and declared High Madrasa, Alim and Fazil examinations’ result. He also gave a list of top 100 students’ name of three streams.

Muzammel Hossain stood rank first in Alim Examination in this year. Muzammel’s father, Golam Mustafa is a small grocery shopkeeper in his village East Simla of Baduria of the district North 24 Parganas, where he too support his father in free time. He wants to be teacher and likely to be in Madrasa also.

Abul Kalam Sardar stood rank first in Fazil Examination. He studied from Swarupnagar Wasia Senior Madrasa of North 24 Parganas and residing at Kharubala village of Haroa block of the same district. His father Abdul Latif is a daily wage labour and mother is deaf and dumb. But she works of Zari (Hand Embroidery) on sarees to earn some extra money. Abul Kalam too wants to be a teacher in future.

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