Fathima Zahra tops Karnataka Masters in Urdu, wins 2 gold Medals

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Fathima Zahra tops Karnataka Masters in Urdu, wins 2 gold Medals

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Bengaluru: Fathima Zahra, a 40-year-old mother of two daughters, has topped the Karnataka state Urdu language exam for her Master’s degree.

The woman, who works as an educational coordinator in Tumakuru district, decided to pursue her masters in Urdu since she always wanted to get a degree in her mother tongue.

After months of hard work, managing her fulltime work as an education coordinator and taking care of her family, she received two gold medals as the topper in the state one for scoring the highest marks in the State and the other for scoring the highest marks among women in the State.

Fathima said, “I just wanted to get a Master’s degree and thought people who have been pursuing literature will be the toppers, but I feel my hard work has paid off.”

Fathima’s story is an inspiration to women who think that their education stops after marriage. Coming from a minority background where the scope to shine has always been less, Fathima proved that it is never too late to learn something new, no matter how busy and occupied your life may be.

Fathima shared the message “If there is a will, there is a way” to all women and men in her community who were forced to drop out of their studies owing to various reasons.

She said, “I didn’t study to receive gold medals. I studied because I have a passion for my mother tongue and motivation as well.”

Fathima’s story is a reminder that it is important to never give up on your dreams. No matter how difficult things may seem, if you work hard and never give up, you can achieve anything you set your mind to.

Talking about her study sessions, she said, “I had online classes for a while and my professors were also very helpful in sharing notes and knowledge. They assisted me so much and I am very thankful to them.”

Fathima’s story is also a testament to the importance of learning your mother tongue. She said, “It might not help you win your bread and butter, but it will help you know about your background which is important.”

She also said that there is no age limit for education and it is never too late to learn. Fathima’s achievement is a source of inspiration for all of us.

She shows us that it is never too late to learn something new, no matter how busy our lives may be. She is a role model for all women who want to pursue their education. (Source: News Trail)

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