A Hyderabad man has finally cleared his class 10 exams after labouring for 33 years behind it. This has made him one of the happiest people in the world amidst the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed thousands and troubled millions more.

The now-51-year-old Mohammed Nooruddin from Hyderabad had been trying to pass his board examination for over three decades now.

But this was possible only because of the situation created by the Covid-19 pandemic because of which several states in India were forced to cancel the board exams or declare all candidates as passed.

Since the same happened in the state of Telangana, Nooruddin was able to clear the board exam without appearing for it.

Mohammed Nooruddin, who is working as a watchman at Anjuman Boy's High School in Hyderabad's Musheerabad area, appeared for his very first class 10 board exam in 1987 but failed in English. Since then, he was trying to pass in the subject but the language has never been kind to him.

For 32 years he was appearing for the 10th board exam hoping he would finally become a class 10-graduate and get a government job at least.

His bad omen finally ended this year with the arrival of coronavirus followed by the lockdown and the shutdown of schools and colleges. This was followed by the cancellation of exams and then declaring all candidates as passed.

Now that the Telangana government has declared all the TN SSC class 10 candidates who didn't even appear for the exams as passed, Mohammed Nooruddin has finally become a class 10-graduate. 
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