Muhammad Najeebulla Arab | KMNN
Gadag. May 19, 2011. Israr Banu Bellary, of Gadag has bagged the top state rank in final P.U.C. Arts Kananda medium. She studied at Hulakoti Co-operative Educational Society College in Gadag. The college atmosphere is charged with full enthusiasm and the students have found a source of inspiration in “Namma Hemme Hudugi” (pride of our college).
She hails from a respectable but financially poor family of Gandhi Nagar in Gadag. Her father Mr. Mansoor Ali Bellary works as a helper in a local printing press for a meager salary of Rupees 3,000 per month. Mr. Mansoor says, “There are no bounds for my happiness. Education is important for all. Muslim girls in particular must continue education to higher levels. My elder daughter Mahaboob Bi had scored 92 percent in D.Ed. In spite of obstacles they should educate themselves. Parents must encourage them. Though I faced many financial hardships but I never compromised on the educational needs of my children. I have met all their demands of fees and books on my own. No scholarships or any kind of help was offered from school, government, or community sources.” Her mother Meherun Nissa says, “Girls should study and bring good name to their parents and colleges. Parents must give love and encouragement while keeping vigil on the studies and routine of children.”
Note: Those who wish to help these deserving and meritorious students may contact Mansoor Ali Bellary over his Mobile Phone No. 09379633401.
Israr Banus’s Marks:
- History 99
- Political Science 98
- Kannada 97
- Sociology 95
- Hindi 88
- Education 95
The Hulakoti Society authorities are “proud of this remarkable success.” The principal is “very happy”. The lecturers say, “Banu is a very disciplined and bright student in all the subjects.” The society has woken up after the results and is Banu is busy attending felicitation functions. Mr. C.C. Patil, Minister for Women and Child Welfare Minister, who is also the district in-charge minister visited Banu’s residence on 18th and congratulated her on her remarkable achievement. The local mutt Puttaraju Gavigala Mutt has arranged a felicitation function today. Another felicitation by Malabar Service Society will be held at IRIS Hotel, Brigade Road, Bangalore on Saturday May 21, 2011. Many other functions are underway.
Israr Banu says, “I owe my success to Allah. Without Allah’s Blessings nothing can be done. Hard work and faith in God is enough for success. I am thankful to my parents, lecturers, and elders for their support. I wish to do post graduation in Arts and become a lecturer.”