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Dream of a physically-challenged boy

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Dream of a physically-challenged boy

Dream of a physically-challenged boy

Roky, a physically challenged examinee of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), has early attendded his 1st exam writing with his two gammy hands. Roky is son of Akseed Ali, Ghochar village of Arani Municipality under Bagha upazila. His full name is Mehedi Hasan Roky.
On Monday, Roky took part his Bangla 1st paper examination at Alhaj Ershad Ali Degree Women's College center. Life is not stopped even with Roky's disabled. He wished, he wants to become a public officer after taking proper education. Roky , inborn physically-challenged patient, can able to do all of his work lonely without taking support of others. Though there are two hands but it is much smaller than the ordinary and fingerless. He was able to do all kinds of work with his small hand without the fingers.
Roky finished his SSC from  Arani Manomohini High School in 2017 and took admission at Humanities group of Arani Degree College. He has been doing good performance in study from class II to class XI. He secured GPA-5 in fifth and eighth grade.
Sheikh Shamsuddin, Principal of Arani Degree College said, though Roky is disabled, his talent is much better compared to other students. His handwriting is also good. Apart from reading, writing, playing all kinds of sports, by-bicycle riding, he can do other things himself with his gammy hand.
HSC examinee Roky said, "I belong from a very poor family, so I want to take proper study,to  be educated in higher education and become the administrative officer. I'm seeking prayer to all."
Father Akseed Ali said Roky is the eldest son of his four-member family. He worked on this land but there is no other income source. It is really difficult to spend the cost of his physically-challenged son's study.
Roky's mother, Sobila Begum said "I have another son named Arfin Aftan Rahat. I've been passing miserable life with my two sons." Principal Shahbaz Ali, center secretary of Alhaj Ershad Ali Degree Women's College center said the duration of exam has increased 15 minutes for Roky's challenged.
Mahmudul Hassan, Assistant Education Officer of Bagha upazila said though he had no fingers in his hands, but saw him writing beautifully with two hands.
Shahin Reza, Upazila Nirbahi Officer said Roky's handwriting is much more better compared to the others examinee.



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