CBSE class 12 result 2016: Meet Reem Qamar shining star of Okhla: Reem Qamar, a student of the reputed Mater Dei Convent School and resident of Jamia Nagar stood out by scoring 91 per cent in aggregate and 93 per cent in the best four in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII.A science student, she scored 95 in English, 94 in Economics, 90 in Mathematics, 92 in Chemistry and 83 in Physics. Reem had scored grade 9.8 in her 10th Class CBSE examination two years ago.
A bright child, she has been a hardworking and dedicated student all along her academic career and has been bringing laurels by scoring very high grades in all her classes.
Having written her examinations to the best of her abilities, she has been anxiously waiting for this day and has been checking the CBSE website ever since the CBSE announced that the results would be declared on May 21, Reem’s mother Arshi Qamar told OKHLATIMES.
“Working hard to score the best has always been her top priority and her toils had finally paid off.”
“It was an emotional moment for me. I was full of gratitude for everyone who had supported me. My parents with their constant love and affection, my brother with his regular help and my teachers, at school and otherwise, who were always there to help me and guide me through the tumultuous ride,” Reem told OKHLATIMES.
Rizwan Khan, Director Plasma Coaching, said: “Abdul Wahab Khan who teaches at Plasma taught her Mathematics in which she scored 90. The institute and Abdul are proud of her performance and wish her best of luck in her career.”
Reem belongs to a very old and renowned family of Jamia Nagar which can be really termed as a family of academicians. Her grandfather late Professor Mushirul Haq was the Vice Chancellor of Kashmir University. Her father, Dr Furqan Qamar, although a professor at Jamia Millia Islamia, has served as the Vice Chancellor of University of Rajasthan and the Central University of Himachal Pradesh.
He is currently Secretary General at Association of Indian Universities. Her mother, Arshi Qamar, is an English teacher at Jamia Middle School.
Though a science student, she has had equally keen interest in the extra-curricular and co-curricular activities all through her school life. She was a part of her school council, as Vice Captain and Captain of her House in the Class XI, XII of the Mater Dei Convent School. She always enjoyed shouldering many a duties in her school. An avid reader and an enthusiastic orator, she participated in multiple debates and extempores and was also the school reporter for the NIE, Times of India.
Though conscious of ever increasing competition and need to work hard, she always felt that studies should be an enjoyable activity. The rush of the competition and the thrill of winning proved to be good motivators for her and helped her excel. Teachers played an important role in her success. Supporting her on every step of the way and guiding her through every obstacle.
The parents, her elder brother, all the family and friends are proud and thrilled at her accomplishments.