This pic of Assam cops holding babies while their mom write TET exam, wins internet
New Delhi, Nov 13: Women are the pioneers of nation. They are generally great at juggling several things at once. One of the best example is this heartwarming picture of Assam policewomen which is going viral for all good reasons.
The picture which is going viral on social media shows two police women in Assam two cops holding babies while their mothers wrote their exam for the Teachers Eligibility Test (TET).
The picture has been tweeted by the official Twitter handle of Assam police. The incident took place in the Darrang district of Assam when some women police officers helped take care of babies while their mothers wrote the TET exam.
This is sweet— Geetasri Talukdar (@geetasriT) November 10, 2019
The TET examination, which was conducted across Assam on November 10, is the minimum basic requirement for teachers to to teach classes I to VIII in India. The examination is divided into two sets, one for teachers applying to teach classes I to V while the second is for those who want to tech VI to VIII.
This beautiful display of kindness a has garnered a lot of respect and praise on Twitter for both the cops as well as the mothers giving the exam. Many have posted comments praising the cops for going above the call of duty and helping out in this way.
Check out some of the tweets:
Salute বাইদেউ— Naushad Aaman Official ❄️ (@Naushadaamanind) November 10, 2019
greatest work ever, proud of you @assampolice— Gautam Boruah (@GautamBoruah_) November 11, 2019
Respect— Bimal Das (@bimald1) November 11, 2019
Many many thanks to Darrang police and Assam Police— RAJIBUR RAHMAN (@RAJIBURRAHMAN74) November 10, 2019
Wonderful work AP.......— Ikbal Hussain (@duklwar) November 10, 2019