Chennai native Muzammil tops in Grade 12 in UAE

Aspires to become a chartered accountant


Chennai native Muzammil tops in Grade 12 in UAE

-:M Rafi Ahmed:-


The most beautiful thing in this world is to see your parents smiling and knowing that you are the reason behind that smile. True. Syed Mohammed Muzzammil, whose parents are from Chennai metro, came out with flying colours in Twelfth grade (CBSE) making not only his parents proud, but his home town too by becoming the second topper in UAE and topper in The Indian High School in Dubai.
On cloud nine, the smart and sportive youngster told this scribe that he scored 98.2% marks in commerce stream and expressed his gratitude to his teachers, who brought the best out of him in his academics. “I was born and brought up in Dubai as my parents had settled down here some two and a half decades ago. My dad is working as an HR Manager in a reputed concern and my mom is a home-maker,” he said adding that his elder brother after his schooling in Dubai completed his mechanical engineering from Anna University and now working in Hyderabad.In a touch of pride, he said dedication and determination to excel helped him a lot in achieving this top position. “I wouldn’t have come this far but for the unstinted efforts of my teachers and guidance given by the school management”, he remarked.   
Asked about his future plan, he said that he aspires to become a chartered accountant and added that though there are various options like ACCA, CPA in Dubai he is planning to do the course in India since it is considered to be one of the toughest professional course to crack and he wants to take it as a challenge. And he is firm about his choice course and career since he believes in the adage–Hardwork definitely pays off.Shedding light about his alma mater, he said that The Indian High School was founded in 1961 by Maghanmal Pancholia with the sole intention of offering education to children of Indian expats. And it’s the first expatriate educational institution to be established in Dubai. The land for the school was granted by the then ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum. With three campuses, it has a strength of over 15,000 students.

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