Initially, it was way too difficult for me to speak English and interact with people and teachers. I was not even able to speak Urdu properly in my class. I faced the feeling of inferiority complexity for some time, however, I held my ground very strongly, put in my best efforts to build my confidence, and step by step socialized with some supportive individuals. Today, I am quite confident to interact with people and to debate on any kind of topic.
I truly want to spread awareness among the people of our area [Chilas, GB] to learn from the fellows of the surrounding regions who have developed themselves making education a necessary part of their life. I would request people in my area to come forward and start educating themselves”
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