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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Arts topper fulfilled father’s dream, wants to crack KAS

Arjumand Qadir Kala, who topped Arts stream in Kashmir Valley, securing 489 marks out of 500, gives her parents and teachers the credit for her success. Arjumand not only fulfilled the dream of her parents but also made them proud of her.
A student of Government Higher Secondary School, Baramulla, Arjumand aspires to crack Kashmir Administrative Service exams.
“I am very much pleased. My joy knew no bounds when I came to know that have topped in Arts stream,” Arjumand said.
“Actually my father, Mr Ghulam Qadir Kala, used to tell me that he always wanted me to become the topper. I am very much delighted to have realized his dream,” she says.
A resident of Shirwani Colony Baramulla, Arjumand said she was always encouraged by her sisters and teachers. “Full credit goes to my sisters and teachers who guided me to this success.”
Arjumand said that she would study hard to fulfil her dreams to become a KAS officer. “Arts students are always underestimated but I have made up mind to work hard and fulfil my dream of becoming a KAS officer.”
In the Arts stream, a total of 30469 students including 14848 boys and 15621 girls appeared in the exams, the results of which were declared today.