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Fifty-year-old Balaram Mondal appeared for class twelve examinations which began on Wednesday, with his 42-year-old wife Kalyani Mondal in Nadia district of West Bengal.
The couple had to discontinue their studies after 10th standard due to financial crunch.
Balaram and Kalyani Mondal's eighteen-year old son Biplab Mondal, who has appeared for class twelve exams insisted his parents to pursue their higher studies.
Balaram Mondal had to discontinue studies due to poor financial condition and his wife Kalyani stopped her studies after her marriage.
The School authorities of Biplab Mondal have supported the couple to pursue their higher education. The couple took admission in class eleven and appeared for the exams.
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