Success doesn’t come easy. Those who have excelled in their career are known to have struggled. So is the story of Sifat Noorain, 16. Despite coming from a small place she has made it literally big in the sense that she managed to crack Jamia Millia Islamia’s Diploma Teachers Education entrance test in her first attempt.
In a video message, Sifat Noorain talks about her struggle and success.
Basically a resident of Samastipur, the Noorain now is living with his relatives in Abul Fazal Enclave. Syed Khurram Shahabuddin told OKHLATIMES that Noorain has already got admission in Jamia.
“She studied in a coaching centre run by Bihar Anjuman centre free of cost in 8, 9 and 10th standard. She has been topper three years and won several awards from the centre. Her father is a farmer,” said Khurram. When Khurram shared her story in a local social media group it got overwhelming response with many praising the struggle and will power of the Sifat, who after all the adversity made it to Jamia with help from activists.
“Sifat story should be shared with people so that youngsters can learn a few things that success needs hard work, perseverance and dedication,” said Rozy Rakib, a resident.