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Scrap collector�s daughter bags 2nd rank in AHM exam

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DHUBRI, May 31 - The joy of people from Fakirganj area knew no boundaries as, Mamuni Khanam of Aierkata Girls� High Madrasa bagged the 2nd position in the Assam High School Madrassa (AHM) Examination today.

Mamuni, the eldest daughter of a scrap collector Yahya Khan and Kohinoor Khanam scored 520 marks in the examination. Yahya who collects scrap from door to door in Guwahati says that he just expected his daughter to pass the examination.

According to the locals of the Fakirganj area, the family doesn�t even have their own house to stay. They stay in a makeshift home at the Bhasanipara area dedicated to a colony of homeless people.

While talking to this correspondent, Mamuni says that although she expected a good result but she never expected to secure 2nd position. However, poverty-ridden Mamuni Khanam has no idea about how to proceed for her future goals. �For my Higher Secondary I want to take Science and want to be a doctor and will serve in char chapori areas. But I don�t know how my parents will afford my studies,� she added.

Khadem Ali, renowned author and social worker of Fakirganj area said people of the area will definitely help her to pursue higher studies. Due to financial crunch the future of Mamuni cannot be a hurdle, he added.

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Scrap collector�s daughter bags 2nd rank in AHM exam

DHUBRI, May 31 - The joy of people from Fakirganj area knew no boundaries as, Mamuni Khanam of Aierkata Girls� High Madrasa bagged the 2nd position in the Assam High School Madrassa (AHM) Examination today.

Mamuni, the eldest daughter of a scrap collector Yahya Khan and Kohinoor Khanam scored 520 marks in the examination. Yahya who collects scrap from door to door in Guwahati says that he just expected his daughter to pass the examination.

According to the locals of the Fakirganj area, the family doesn�t even have their own house to stay. They stay in a makeshift home at the Bhasanipara area dedicated to a colony of homeless people.

While talking to this correspondent, Mamuni says that although she expected a good result but she never expected to secure 2nd position. However, poverty-ridden Mamuni Khanam has no idea about how to proceed for her future goals. �For my Higher Secondary I want to take Science and want to be a doctor and will serve in char chapori areas. But I don�t know how my parents will afford my studies,� she added.

Khadem Ali, renowned author and social worker of Fakirganj area said people of the area will definitely help her to pursue higher studies. Due to financial crunch the future of Mamuni cannot be a hurdle, he added.