Hyderabad, July 31
While the coronavirus pandemic has prompted immense struggling and ache internationally, it has come as a “blessing” for a Hyderabad resident who lastly handed his Class 10 examination after failing in repeated makes an attempt over the past 33 years.
Mohammed Nooruddin, 51, is elated at clearing Class 10 because the Telangana authorities has promoted all the scholars with out conducting the exams as a result of pandemic.
It was in 1987 that Nooruddin, a pupil of the Anjuman Boys High School in Musheerabad space, had first appeared in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination. While he cleared all of the papers, English proved to be a hurdle.
“Since I studied in the Urdu medium, English was the biggest weakness. I wrote the exam every year but could not secure 35 marks (out of 100) required to pass the paper. I was narrowly missing this as I was scoring 32 or 33 marks but I decided not to give up,” Nooruddin advised IANS.
This 12 months, the going was more durable for him as he had missed the final date to pay the payment to seem within the exams as a daily candidate and needed to apply within the open class. This time, he needed to write all six papers once more.
“I was working hard. My daughter who has done B. Com with English as a medium of instruction, was helping me,” stated Nooruddin, a father of 4 together with a mentally challenged son.
However, the exams couldn’t be carried out as a result of Covid-19 scenario and the federal government determined to deal with all of the candidates as handed. He is pleased that he has lastly handed the SSC however feels that this could have occurred way back.
He recalled that these days, clearing the SSC was a should to safe any job in railways, police or different departments. “I was desperate to clear the exam but somehow it did not happen,” stated Nooruddin, who has been working as a safety guard since 1990 on the identical faculty the place he studied and presently attracts a month-to-month wage of Rs 8,000.
He admitted after marriage in 1994, he was reluctant to write down the examination. “Some people used to pass comments but I always ignored them and every year, I tried to give my best.”
Nooruddin stated he wrote and handed the ‘Fazil’ examination equal to Intermediate (10+2) carried out by Idara-e-Adabiyat-e-Urdu or the Institute of Urdu Literature in 1994. He additionally accomplished a few programs at Jamia Nizamia, a number one Islamic seminary.
He additionally runs an Arabic madarsa in Attapur space, offering schooling to youngsters from poor households. IANS