Gujarat Auto Driver’s Daughter Gets 98.3% in Class 10, Wants to Be A Doctor

Aafreen Shaikh, a proud daughter of an auto rickshaw driver in the city of Ahmedabad, has scored 98.3 per cent marks in GSEB SSC examinations.

A hard working Aafreen Shaikh wishes to accomplish her parent's dream as she wants to be a doctor in future.

An elated Afreen said, "My parents wants to see me as a doctor and I will work hard to fulfill their dreams.”

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Continuous revision, uphill struggle, parent's backing plus an objective to be a part of MBBS course in the coming time are a few of the key reasons Afreen credits her triumph too.

“I am indeed delighted with the results I’ve got and plan to take up admission in the science stream. I wish to become a doctor as nobody in my family has pursued this career and I am always inspired by the way doctors help the people heal their wounds,” said Aafreen who studies at FD High School in Juhapura area of Ahmedabad.

Aafreen's dad, Shaik Mohammad Hamza disclosed that his hard-working daughter always wished to serve the nation by becoming a bright medical doctor.

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 “I nurture a family of four and will do all that I can to educate my daughter and fulfil her dream of becoming a doctor. We’ve never differentiated between a girl or a male child and I will be the proudest if my daughters study and become independent. I am trying to arrange for financial assistance so that Aafreen can pursue a career of her choice,” Afreen’s dad told media people.

The Gujarat SSC examinations took place between March 12, 2018, to March 23, 2018.

During the year 2018, over 10 lakh pupils had given the SSC exam. The pass proportion during the year 2018 remained at 67.5%, which is lesser as compared to 68.24% during the last year (2017).

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Savani Hil Ishwarbhai remained on top after bagging 99% (594 out of 600) marks in GSEB SSC examinations.

Ladani Krishi Himanshu Kumar remained on the second position with 589 marks and the student named Hingrajiya Priyalkumar Jitubhai scored 586 marks and remained on third place.

A total of 368 schools recorded 100% pass percentage. Once again, Surat remained on top with 80.06 pass proportion and Dahod registered the lowest pass proportion of 37.35%.

by Vijay Singh | Wed, May 30 - 03:57 PM

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