50. Completing story: Fortune favours the industrious.

50.    There lived a poor farmer in a village. He had a son called Kamal. Kamal was a very meritorious boy. He studied in his village school. Although he was the son of a poor farmer, he always dreamt of having higher education from his boyhood. Being a poor farmer his father could hardly bear the expenses of his education. Moreover, he had to help his father in the field. Yet he passed the SSC Examination in the——–.

Fortune favours the industrious

There lived a poor farmer in a village. He had a son called kamal. Kamal was a very meritorious boy. He studied in his village school. Although he was the son of a poor farmer, he always dreamt of having higher education from his boyhood. Being a poor farmer his father could hardly bear the expenses of his education. Moreover, he had to help his father in the field. Yet he passed the SSC Examination in the first division with letter marks in four subjects. He then got himself admitted into Dhaka College but he was unable to stay in the college hostel, A few friends of him managed the principal to do so. With great hardship he managed to continue his studies there. Fortunately, he passed the H.S.C examination in the first division with the letter marks with two subjects. Then, Kamal became optimistic to prosecute his studies. He became ambitious and appeared in the admission test at medical colleges for M B B S course. Luckily he got chance to read there. After 5 years of study in medical college, he became an M B B S doctor. His poor parents felt proud of their brilliant son.

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