Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education, securing third position in the Jammu province in science stream.eating all odds and extreme poor conditions at home, Aisha Bibi, a girl from far flung hamlet, Dassal Jattan of Rajouri district has secured 98.6 percent marks in the recently declared results of 12th class examination of
Aisha Bibi attributes her success to the management and teachers of MIE Higher Secondary School who provided her constant help and guidance during the course of studies in the pandemic. “My success is mainly due to teachers and management of my school as they provided me free books and study material for self study with regular support and guidance”, an elated Aisha says.
Aisha, who belongs to a very poor family, says that her father hardly manages the basic needs of the family and it had impacted her education in early days.
“My father has no work to do and he hardly manages the basic amenities of our family. Despite this, my father and my family has supported me and given me good education”, Aisha says.
Aisha has been a bright student from the childhood and has always excelled in her studies. “I have been enrolled free of cost in this institution on the basis of my performance and they never charge me any fees owing to my excellence in studies”, Aisha says with satisfaction.
Highlighting that education reforms are need of the hour, Aisha says that experimental based curriculum should be taught in all schools across J&K. She appealed the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Manoj Sinha that an uninterrupted internet connectivity and speed should be maintained in far flung areas so that the children living in these places are also able to take benefits of online education.