Muslim Girl Students in Aligarh Excel in CBSE Exams


Parents and educators celebrate as girls achieve top marks, breaking educational barriers.

Team Clarion

ALIGARH – Muslim girl students in Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh have defied traditional challenges, excelling in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X and XII exams. Their success has ignited joy and optimism in the community, encouraging parents to support higher education for their daughters.

Among the top achievers is Uzma Khan from Iqra Public School, who scored 96.8% in her Class X exams. “The marks met my expectations. I thank my parents and teachers for their support,” Uzma said. She now aims to prepare for the NEET exam.

Motida Nayab, the school’s second topper, secured 96.4%. “My parents are thrilled, and my teachers’ guidance was invaluable,” she said.

Iqra School’s principal, Tarannum Masroor Chowdhry, expressed pride: “Our results are consistently excellent. Our students’ hard work and the support from parents and teachers have been remarkable.”

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