He is going to school at the age of 92

He is going to school at the age of 92 My News Bangladesh

Education has no age. But many may not want to going to school for education in old age due to fear of shame. But this time, at the age of 92, an Indian woman went to school for the first time and learned to study.

The woman named Salima Khan going to school and has now learned to read and write. His success has inspired many, according to a report by the news agency AFP.

Salima was born around 1931. He got married at the age of 14. But his dream was to learn education. Salima, a resident of Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh, said there was no school in her village when she was young.

Six months ago, he started studying with students 80 years younger than him. His granddaughter accompanied him to school. Recently, Salima’s story went viral after a video of her counting from 1 to 100 went viral on social media.

In an interview given to Times of India, Salima said, I could count money. On this occasion my grandsons cheated me and took more money. But now that day is gone.

According to the 2011 census, India’s literacy rate is around 73 percent.

The school’s headmistress Pratibha Sharma said the teachers were initially ‘hesitant’ to teach Salima but saw her interest in studies and could no longer hesitate.

Since she going to school, 25 other women in the village have started their studies after seeing her. Among them are his two daughters-in-law.

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