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Being from less privileged grounds so bar for these students to score big in board examination

KOLKATA: Students of Al- Ameen Mission proved it again that being from less privileged background is not any bar in dreaming big and attaining superb consequence in the Madhyamik Examination. In the results of the category X West Bengal Board exam published out on Tuesday, 310 scholars of the varsity chain scored 90% and above marks whilst the remainder scored 75% and above, the topper amongst them being Sumaiya Khatun, who scored 677 marks.
The Al-Ameen Mission recently run 39 schools around the state. This 12 months a complete 1057 scholars wrote the exam in which 468 have been women and the remainder boys. Sumaiya Khatun a daughter of a Madrasa college trainer scored 100 in Maths. Her general rank in the state is 14. Khatun appeared from Belpukur branch

"In a community that where education is all the more neglected when it comes to girls. We are proud that a girl had topped the school. We have been encouraging girls to study and providing boarding facilities is helping more girls to study," mentioned Nurul Islam, founder secretary of Al-Ameen Mission.

The Mission established at the strains of Ram Krishna Mission, goals at offering high quality training to scholars of the minority community even as it accepts scholars from different communities additionally. Majority of the scholars of the varsity chain are from economically challenged families and plenty of are first time novices. Take the example of Nurzaman Sheikh who has been finding out in the Sugor branch of Al-Ameen in Birbhum since class VI. The son of a stone quarry worker scored 665 marks.

"Due to poverty I could not study much. But I am happy for my son and hope he will have a bright career with the kind of guidance and help he is getting from the school," mentioned Nurzaman's father Moinuddin.

Nurzaman desires to become a physician and serve folks in his village in addition to salvaging his circle of relatives from poverty.

Ashik Iqbal from Patharchapuri branch, whose ranking is 676 marks whilst Akhtara Parvin, any other feminine pupil, a pupil of Khalatpur branch scored 671.

A excellent selection of the Mission's schools get into scientific colleges after passing class XII. But Masud Mondal, a clerk's son, a few of the top rankings desires to become an IPS officer.

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