Son Of A Farmer Wants To Become IAS Officer After Excelling In HSLC Examination

Rockybul Islam along with his parents
Rockybul Islam along with his parents

ROFIQUE ALOM

Bongaigaon, May 16, 2019

Son of a farmer in Rongapani Harirasar village in Bongaigaon district, Rockybul Islam who overcame life’s obstacles and came out in flying colours at the recently declared High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination aspires to become an IAS officer.

Rockybul, a student of Shankar Azan Academy helped his father in the paddy fields in the first half and used to study after coming from the fields in the evening. He cleared his HSLC examinations conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam(SEBA) with 92.83 per cent. He has shown that nothing can surpass if a person who has sheer dedication and will power.

“I am happy with my results as my hard work finally paid. I want to become an IAS officer in the future but due to our financial condition I do not know if my family can manage,” said Rockybul.

Celebrating his success, the family members expressed their happiness but at the same time, said that monetary constraints have become a major concern now for Rockybul’s higher studies.

A total of 3,36,203 students appeared for HSLC examination and 9,127 for Assam High Madrassa examination at 857 examination centres across the State.