[Zeba Khan: Daugther of an auto-rickshaw driver has scored 577 out of 600 marks to secure 2nd position in District Level Merit List of Bhopal. (ummid.com photo)]
Bhopal: Three Muslim students have figured in the Madhya Pradesh State Level Merit List and eight others from as many as 09 districts have registered their place among toppers of High School Certificate or Class 10 examination 2016, results of which were announced today afternoon.
According to the result statistics released by the Madhya Pradesh Secondary Education Board (MPSEB), Rizwan Ansari of Pragya Gyan Mandir High School, Benisagar Dist. Panna, Nasra Ansari and Saema Mansuri - both from Govindpura Govt Model High School, Bhopal are in the State Level Merit List 2016.
While Rizwan Ansari scored 582 out of the total 600 marks to share 8th rank with four others in the State Level Merit List, Nasra Ansari and Saema Mansuri both have scored 580 marks and shared the 10th position with 15 other students in the merit list.
Muslim students in the Madhya Pradesh District Level Merit List are: Sahiba Javed Qureshi of Govt Model High School,, Chanderi Dist. Ashok Nagar (570 marks/Rank 2), Inayat-u-llah Khan of Sri Vigyan High Sschool, Llaundi Dist Chhatarpur (576 marks/Rank 3), Mohammad Shadab of Alfa English igher Secondary School Dist. Neemuch (570 marks/ Rank 1), Sameer Mansuri of Vivekanand Rashtriya Vidyalaya H.S.School, Soyatkala Dist. Agar Malwa (569 marks/Rank 3),
Maaz Parvez Shaikh of H D Jain H S School Dist. Barwani (571 marks/Rank 1), Moin Ali Syed of Mar Gregorius Memorial Higher Secondary School, Anand Nagar Dist. Khandwa (570 marks/Rank 3), Arshiya Shahid Mohammad Shaikh of Govt Boys H S School, Bhabra Dist Alirajpur (561 marks/Rank 3) and Zeba Athar Khan of Ideal Highr Secondary School, Punjabibag Govindpura, Bhopal (577 marks/Rank 2).
Results of state capital Bhopal is impressive as here 03 Muslim girl students have found them among the toppers. Zeba Khan of Ideal Highr Secondary School, Bhopal was all excited when ummid.com caught her on phone after declaration of the results.
When asked about her study routine Zeba said, "For girls, its hard to study with house chores, but you only need few hours and lots of confidence. I always kept telling myself that I've to do something big for my parents who have given me so much support."
Enjoying her vacations at grandmother's house, Zeba Khan's every member is as excited as herself. When called, it seemed that Zeba was celebrating her result with her mother and two younger sisters.
Her father, Athar Khan, an auto-driver by profession said, "I always knew that she will pass with such great percentages as she used to study till midnights."
Zeba said she didn't join any coaching classes and studied all by herself. Besides preparing for her own exams, Zeba was used to teach children upto class 2nd at her residence.
While talking to ummid.com, her mother Rabia Khan said that apart from self-studying and teaching, Zeba would also participate in routine household work.
Zeba haven't yet decided about her future studies but she said that her favourite subjects are Maths and Science.
Overall, Mukesh Chandel of Sahara Public School and Divya Yadav of Jabalpur Convent School have shared the first position in the state by securing 589 out of 600 marks.
Interestingly, the 2nd position in the state merit is also shared by two students. They are: Ram Prakash Gupta and Jitendra Pramar of Sharda Balak School. Both of them have got 588 out of the total 600 marks.
Anupam Mishra with a score of 587 marks has bagged the 3rd position in the state merit list.