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Published On:13 May 2013
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

Outstanding performance by FEED sponsored students in Intermediate 2nd year

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Hyderabad: The students sponsored by a prominent NGO 'Foundation for Economic and Educational Development' (FEED) have performed outstandingly in Intermediate (10+2) 2nd year exams held in March 2013.

"We are happy to state that our scholars have displayed outstanding performance in Intermediate (10+2) 2nd year exams held in March 2013. They demonstrated that they can prove themselves, provided they are given opportunity and support. These meritorious students who were picked up from huts of interior villages have now become the top performers with a little attention and support provided by the people," said Ghiasuddin Babukhan, Managing Trustee, FEED, in a press release.


Ghiasuddin Babukhan further said, "Having noticed the merit in their SSC (Class 10th) exams, we have selected and admitted them in Narayana, Sri Chaitanya and Iqbalia Residential Junior colleges in Intermediate (10+2). They steadily improved their percentage of marks and scored better percentage in Intermediate 1styear and further improved in Intermediate 2nd year exams and got recognition at state level. The Trust spent Rs.90 lakhs (USD173,000) for these students towards their fees. This achievement is the result of their hard work and determination."

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