Sabbah Haji is the Managing Director of the Haji Public School, settled in the green heaps of Jammu and Kashmir, in the little town of Breswana. The vast majority of the students in her school are the first generation, English speakers, yet Sabbah and her family who run this school are relentless on giving a good education, whereby on the off chance that you take a gander at the substance created in the scratchpad of a non-public school kid in a major city and a tyke concentrating in HPS, you won’t most likely differentiate. Sabbah, who was as of late congratulated with the J&K State Award for Social Reforms and Empowerment, 2017, says that she discovers grants pointless and they have never been her inspiration.
she says, “I loathe them – there is no point of just awarding me when most of my family members have been working tirelessly towards the growth and development of this school. What does motivate me are the children – I have known some of them since the time they were born. I have taught most subjects in all classes so I know all their quirks and expressions”.
Sabbah is incredibly expressive, her voice never flounders toward the stopping point, her flood of considerations are reliable all through the length of the telephone call with no verbal fillers insulting her discourse. Conceived and raised in Dubai, Sabbah had likewise examined and worked in Bengaluru for 10 years before choosing to move to Kashmir for the first time in her life.
She told, “The wake-up call came in form of the Amarnath riots, where my tiny village, which no one had ever heard of, was suddenly in the news because of the mob violence. My parents had been long asking me and my siblings that at least one of us should be living in Kashmir with them, but that incident acted as a trigger for me to wrap up my life in Bengaluru within a month, and move back to the hills.”