Patna: A girl from Basti village of Simri Bakhtiyarpur in Saharsa district of Bihar, nurturing a dream of becoming IAS, has secured fourth position in the Intermediate of Arts (I.A.) examination declared by Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) on 28th May.
Tayyaba Parween, whose father works as a tailor in Delhi and her mother works as a ASHA worker has been a meritorious students since her childhood.
Tayyaba has done her schooling in the village of Fakirtola and got her secondary education from Project Kanya high school from Simri Bakhtiyarpur.
Her mother’s happiness found no bounds at the success of her daughter but the pleasure moment was not shared by her father as he was not at home to celebrate the success of his daughter.
All the villagers gathered at her residence to congratulate Tayyaba as this was a proud moment for the entire village.
Tayyaba’s dream has been to get an IAS tag and she exuded the confidence that one day she will achieve the feat.
An overwhelmed principal of DC College from where Tayyaba had appeared also congratulated her for bringing honour to the college.
It may be noted here that this time the examination was conducted under strict monitoring and many have failed. About 56.73% of the students passed the examination this year, as compared to 86.47% last year.
Courtesy: Muslim Mirror