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Nagma who cleared CA in 1st attempt vows to adopt two children
Wednesday February 4, 2015 1:04 PM, News Network

In order to keep the promise she had made to a donor, Nagma Pathan, daughter of a taxi driver in Ahmedabad who cleared the CA Final exams in her first attempt, has vowed to adopt two children and bear the entire cost of their education.


"I had no enough money to pay the fees, so I started giving tuition and also got support from a donor. He told me that like he helped me, I should help others needy peoples too. So, after I am settled, I will adopt two poor children who want to be something like me and I will bear the entire cost of their education", a beaming Nagma said after the results of the CA Final exams were out.

The CA Final exams were held in November 2014 and the results were declared on January 19, 2015.

Nagma said, she opted for commerce stream relinquishing science and keeping in sides her dream to become a doctor due to lack of money. She is of the opinion that Muslim girls should not limit their thoughts to marriage.

"They need to change their concept of life, which is not limited to marriage and kitchen," she said.

She also added that her first priority is to secure a job so that she could help her parents financially to ensure education for her two younger sisters who she wants to study science.

Nagma is the first person in her family to have gone to school. Her father Yusufkhan Pathan, a taxi driver, always used to feel low when came in contact with the educated class.

"Because I and my wife are not educated, I always wanted my daughter to study well. I worked hard to provide facilities for her studies. Living in a one-room house and not celebrating Eid for the past seven years in order to save money so that I can spend on her studies were really difficult. But I think, my sacrifices have borne some fruits now," Yusufkhan said, his voice choking with emotions.

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