22-year-old Afghan mother is hailed as a role model for all women after she was seen taking a university entrance exam while sitting on the floor and nursing her two-month-old baby

Mail Online | 3/20/2018 | Clemence Michallon For Dailymail.com
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An Afghan woman who took a university entrance exam while taking care of her two-month-old baby has become the subject of a powerful photo capturing the scene.

Jahan Taab, 22, comes from a village in the province of Daikundi, Afghanistan, and took an exam to study at a private university in Kabul.

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While she was taking the exam, her two-month-old baby started crying, and Taab sat on the ground to soothe and nurse him while continuing to write down her answers.

Yahya Erfan, a lecturer who was monitoring the exam, told BuzzFeed News he found the mother 'amazing' and decided to take a picture of the moment.

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He ended up capturing a few snaps of the scene and shared them on social media, describing the context in which they were taken.

One of the snaps, which shows Taab on the ground with her infant child on her lap, writing down her answers while caring for her baby, has attracted attention from people admiring the mother's dedication, praising her for taking the exam even with a young child to tend to.

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'Twenty years from now, that child will see this photo in a better...
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