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Netizens laud Assam police women who attended to babies while their mothers sat for exam

Before entering the examination hall, some of the TET aspirants handed over their babies to the policewomen who were deployed to guard the examination hall.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 12, 2019 11:17:49 am
Assam police look after babies while mothers wrote exam, Assam Police, Teachers' Eligibility Test in Assam, TET, Trending, Indian Express news The heartwarming incident took place at the Don Bosco High School in Mangaldoi, where several women took part in the Teachers’ Eligibility Test.

Two policewomen from Assam are being lauded on social media after a picture of them attending to infants while their mothers appeared for an examination went viral on the internet.

The heartwarming incident took place at the Don Bosco High School in Mangaldoi, where several women took part in the Teachers’ Eligibility Test (TET).

Before entering the examination hall, some of the TET aspirants handed over their babies to the policewomen who were deployed to guard the exam centre.

Assam Police shared the picture of two policewomen holding the infants on their official Twitter handle. “Mother is a verb. It’s something you do, not just who you are!” read the caption of the post.

The post soon went viral and many reacted to appreciate the women who went beyond their call of duty. Take a look at some of the reactions here:

The TET examination was conducted all over Assam on November 10.

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