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BHADARWAH: Despite numerous challenges like prolonged lockdown since ending March 2020, no classroom studies and lack of adequate resources to opt for private tuition, Sahiba Fatima has grabbed top position in Board examinations of class 8th in District Doda by scoring 200 out of 200 marks. The 14-year-old scored a perfect 100 per cent in all subjects and wants to study Medical Science to become a doctor.According to 14 years old Sahiba, resident of Mohalla Seri Bazaar, she got inspiration from her mother, who even after losing her job as casual staff at All India Radio Bhadarwah in October 2020, worked round the clock and started stitching clothes to make both ends meet. Sahiba dedicated her success to her mother Rabia Shoura.
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