Students from lesser privileged background have once again proved that, they can also achieve ranks and good marks in education. Out of the 39 schools run by Al-Ameen Mission, 310 of the 1,057 students score 90 per cent and above.
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The topper, Sumaiya Khatun, daughter of a Madrassa school teacher, scored 677 out of 700, bagging 14th position in the state. The other students scored 75 per cent and above.
Nurul Islam, the founder secretary of Al-Ameen Mission said they are very much proud that a girl has topped the school because the community usually neglects the girls when it comes to education.
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Moreover, it doesn’t matter if the student is from an economically-sound background or not, what matters most is the trusting relationships between students and teachers and regular feedback.