Shaheen Bagh girl Anam overcomes life’s biggest tragedy, comes out with flying colours in ICSE.
When the ICSE results 2017 of Class 10 exam was announced on Monday, reports surfaced about Muskan Abdullah Pathan of Pune and Ashwin Rao of Bengaluru being declared as the joint toppers.
In Okhla too several students came out with flying colours in the ICSE. Of them Shaheen Bagh girl student Anam Ansar stood apart.
Despite facing life’s biggest tragedy, she came out with flying colours in the ICSE by scoring 80.6 per cent.
She told OT.COM that it was on March 11 when her father, a Jamia Millia Islamia professor, died of heart attack at a local hospital.
“My first paper was on March 10. It was shocking news,” she said.
Anam, who studied at Frank Anthony, didn’t give up her exam that was the very next day.
Her guide Plasma director Rizwan Khan is all praise of the courageous girl. “The girl is highly talented and has a bright future. She studied in my coaching institute. Just think anybody would have broken by the tragedy but this girl showed extraordinary courage and concentrated on his studies. She didn’t go to the hometown in Bihar where the body was taken.
“Staying in Delhi she worked hard to fulfill her father’s dream who wanted Anam to succeed in life and studies. I am hundred per cent sure that had there been no tragedy in her family she would have topped in the exam,” sad Khan.
The institute is proud of Anam and we wish her best of luck in future, said Khan.
Anam’s father was a popular figure in Jamia circle and his death had left many shocked on the campus.