Mohammad Shadab, the son of Aligarh mechanic has topped the US exam. Mohammad Shadab has topped his high school exam in the US, studying there as an exchange student. His father Ashad Noor works as a motor mechanic in Aligarh is extremely proud of his son.
His new dream
Before he went to the US he was studying at Minto Circle Middle School of Aligarh Muslim University. His former dream was to ben an IAS officer but after his exposure to a new culture and world view, his dream changed. He now aims to be a Human Rights Officer in the United Nations. He wants to be of service to humanity and fight for the oppressed classes on a global level.
The scholarship to study in the US
Ashad Noor commented that his son had been given the Kennedy Luger Youth Exchange Study (YES) Scholarship program of Rs. 20 Lakhs to study at the Belfast Areas Highschool in Maine, USA. The school has 491 students in grades 9-12 with a student ratio of 12 to 1. It is one of the good public schools in the USA.
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Local leaders pride
Hindustani Biradiri Vice-Chairman Vishal Sharam commented on Mohammad Shadab’s achievement that, “India is a treasure trove of talent and young men like Shadab can be found in every corner of this country which has given numerous scientific pioneers to the world including Aryabhatt, Jagdish Chandra Bose, Hargobind Khurana, Vikram Sarabhai and our beloved former president of India Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. The need is to find these gems and polish them so each facet of their personality shines and spreads the light of Indian knowledge throughout the world.”