SRINAGAR: Kauser Jan of Iqbal Memorial (Girls) Higher Secondary School Bemina was excited when she came to know that she had bagged first position in class 10 examination. Kauser Jan under Roll number 874272 secured 98 per cent with 495 marks. It is not my parents only who guided me but my will to believe in Islam and follow its tenets in letter and spirit helped me to come off with flying colours, jubilant Kauser said at her Bemina residence.
Islam is a complete way of life. Besides preparing for class 10 examinations I always set apart time for Islamic studies. The Holy Quran and teachings of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) guided me during odd times and gave me strength, Kauser said.
She said that the aim of her life is to become a doctor and serve the society. I attribute my success to the teachings of Islam. Islam teaches me not to let down our parents. It teaches me how to muster courage to face any odd situation. I was emotional after hearing the news of my success but without getting carries away, I bowed before Almighty and offered Salah, she said adding that she has firm faith that hard work never goes waste. I worked hard throughout the year and was optimistic that I will top, she said.
Belonging to a middle class family and daughter of Prof Muhammad Maqbool Rather, Kauser Jan hails from Nehalpora Pattan and presently she is residing at Madina Colony Bemina.
Kausers father is jubilant over the success of her daughter and wants her daughter to top the Common Entrance Test (CET) for admission to professional courses. I was delighted to hear that my little daughter has topped the merit list of 10 class. Her triumph is proof that girls are no lesser than boys, he said. (CNS)
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