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Sonai student selling jhalmuri in footpath passes HSLC exam with first division and three letters

Poverty can never be an obstacle to education. It has been proved once again by a student from Sonai, Cachar. Mahir Ahmed, a student of Sonai Kachudaram Agrogami School, passed the HSLC exam with first division marks alongwith letters in three subjects. Mahir scored a grand total of 447 marks with letter marks in Mathematics, English and Persian. The success of Nurul Haque’s son Mahir Ahmed from Sonai’s Bhaurikandi has made his teachers, classmates and villagers happy.

Mahir helped his poor family by selling jhalmuri in the local market alongwith studying to meet the educational expenses. On the day of results also, he was selling jhalmuri in the market. His result was later applauded by the people present near his jhalmuri stall. Mahir has proved once again that poverty can never be an obstacle to education. The villagers hope that Mahir’s result will inspire other students.

Speaking to reporters Mahir said, “I run a small shop. I used to go to school in the morning and after coming back from school I devoted my time to running my shop till 9 pm. Then after eating my dinner at home I studied till 1-2 am. Running the shop helped my family economically as well as supported me to meet my educational expenses. My percentage is 74.5.”

Mahir’s incredible journey serves as a testament to the indomitable spirit of perseverance and the unwavering belief that poverty should never hinder one’s access to education. His story is a shining example of the extraordinary potential that lies within each individual, regardless of their socioeconomic background. It serves as a reminder that with determination, hard work, and the unwavering support of the community, no obstacle, including poverty, can stand in the way of a student’s dreams and aspirations.

As Mahir’s remarkable achievement continues to make waves, his journey will undoubtedly serve as a beacon of hope, encouraging countless others to pursue their education and overcome the challenges they face.

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