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By Nirbhai Maan . 31st March 2018 01:30pm

44- year- old Rajni Bala has proved that there’s no age limit to getting an education and fulfilling your dreams by taking class 10th board exams with her son. Rajni completed class 9 in 1989 but unfortunately, she couldn’t study further because of unfavorable family situation. Later, she got married to Raj Kumar Sathi of Haibowal and began her family life. Her two daughters have completed graduation and her son is taking 10th Board exams. While her son helped her with various subjects at school, her daughters helped her to study at home. [caption id="attachment_32921" align="alignnone" width="650"]ludhiana-mother-son-class-10-exam_650x400_81522312802 source[/caption] Rajni is a ward attendant at Civil Hospital still she worked very hard to prepare for Board exams by waking up early, accompanying her son to the School and tuitions, and then going to the hospital. She credits her husband, three kids, and in-laws who encouraged her to complete her education. Rajni told ANI,

My husband has been telling me for several years to complete my education. However, I had three children and I had to educate them. I realized it is important to pass class X at least, in the present day. I and my son go to school together and also study together.
She said her initial days were quite awkward but her family was her biggest supporter because of which she continued going to the School. Her husband Raj Kumar Sathi said, "age should be no bar. I myself pursued my graduation after a gap of 17 years. I felt if I can do, so can my wife”. Pawan Gaur, the principal of Lajwanti Senior Secondary School said that when individuals come back to complete their education after several years, it sends a positive image to society. Kudos to Rajni Bala for being a role model to the society.