By Muslim Mirror Desk
Fatima Jaffar of Ibn Al-Hytham Islamic School has secured 98 % marks in the senior secondary examinations beating all the students enrolled in CBSE-affiliated schools in Bahrain. She has scored 100% in Economics, 99% in Business Studies, 99% in Information Practices, 97% in English and 95% in Accountancy.
Fatima, who originally belongs to Kerala in India, lives with her parents and siblings in Bahrain. She dreams of writing Civil Service exam as an attempt to make the world a better place.
“It was a dream coming true,” Fatima said. She added she has been feeling extremely honoured as she has received words of appreciation from family members, teachers and friends.
‘We are providing quality education at the minimum charges, we have separate sections for boys and girls. Apart from theology we are teaching Urdu and Qirat to our students’ said Shakil Ahmad Azmi, chairman of Ibn Al-Hytham Islamic School .
“It gives immense pleasure to me and all other school staff that our student has achieved such a remarkable success. We all are proud of her” he added.
“We have given the best result while we charge lowest fees. Our school is also apt at organising extra-curriculum activities” said Dr. Mohammad Tayyib , the principal of Ibn Al-Hytham.