Lahore: Pakistan continues to produce gems out of no where in the educational sector as a poor boy Muhammad Mohsin, son of a labourer of Hafizabad, lefts everyone behind in Punjab University (PU) graduation (B.A/B.Sc) exam by securing the highest number of marks in the annual examinations.
According to the news reports, Muhammad Mohsin, worked in tandoor obtained 688 numbers in the exams by making all his efforts to appear in the private exams as he could not afford the fee for regular college examinations.
Talking to media, Mohsin said he is son of a labourer and works at Tandoor to lend a helping hand to his father. ‘I could not afford college fees and because of this I appeared in private exams’, he said. ‘I want to do Masters (M.Sc) but cannot pay the fee,’ poor yet too intelligent boy added.
He has requested the Punjab government to provide him scholarship so that he could continue his education and make Nation proud. His parents are much happy and contended of what their son has achieved.
It is worth mentioning here that earlier in late July, Qayanoos Khan, a scrap collector gets second position in Matric exams and stunned everyone as he passed the Matric board exams with flying colors, getting one of the top positions among thousand of well-lived students.Like AwamiWeb