Staff Reporter | KMNN
The American Federation of Muslims from India (AFMI) recently felicitated the daughter of Abdul Wajid, Ruksar Banu who top-scored among Muslim students in the SSLC examinations in 2011.
Ruksar Banu scored 96.48 percent and stood second among all students who wrote the SSLC examination. She was the student of G.M. Memorial School, Hassan, founded by the late H.G. Abdul Wajid in 1994. The school had only 36 students when started, but has made rapid progress ever since with the number of students being 800 this year.
The AFMI also felicitated the school’s second rank-holder, Umme Habiba (93.76 percent), and third rank-holder Hafsa Bathool (91.04 percent).
The school management had awarded gold medals to all the three girls at a recently-held Sports Day function. Ayesha Parveen, Magistrate Revenue Department, Hassan, had given away the medals.
The school has been maintaining an SSLC pass percentage of 96 percent for the last five years. Apart the academics, the school emphasises on the overall development of the students’ personality. It teaches them life skills, sports, and personality reformation methods.
The school has co-education system at the primary level, whereas high school classes are separate for boys and girls.