Kolkata: The West Bengal Board of Madrasa Education declared the result of High Madrasa, Alim and Fazil examination 2014, last month. Among the toppers is a Hindu girl, who comes from the Scheduled Caste Jiabandi village of Bankura district. Mau Halder was a student of Bogdogra High Madrasa who scored 719 marks. She hails from the scheduled caste family, and her mother had also studied in a Madrassa. Mau has scored 90 marks in `Islamic Parichiti’ subject, and she now wants to be a doctor.
Hindu Girl among Madrasa Toppers in West Bengal
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