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Inam Hussain Mullick

Just call him Cerano…

And be off to win your sweetheart. Inam’s friends have been known to “borrow” his poetry to give to the objects of their affections.

Enraptured by rap…

Is the Class XII student of Don Bosco Park Circus. In fact, one of his songs was sung by RJ Jimmy Tangree in a documentary film entitled Hunger in a Third World City, about the “creative hunger” of Calcutta. The T.S. Elliot buff — who plays the harmonica and chips in with background vocals for the school band — has written songs for fests, and also competes in creative writing competitions, bringing home the gold at Melange and Zenith in 2002. Participated in the Princeton University Poetry and Play-writing competitions, and tries his pen at Bengali prose, too. His skills come in handy when he part-times as a reporter for The Telegraph in Schools.

An affair to remember…

Was Inam’s date with Sourav Ganguly and Dona, When he was in Class VII, he tested his wit at a slogan contest, and was chosen amongst the best 50 from 6,000 entries. The prize: High-tea and a photo-op with the skipper and the first lady for all 50.

Sought the searchlight…

At QM Khoj, a quizmaster search conducted by Derek O’Brien, on Republic Day, 2002. The regular QM for inter-house quizzes for juniors has also conducted a quiz at The Telegraph in Schools birthday bash at Gorky Sadan. Is happy on the other side of the buzzer, competing as a quizzer at school fests. Is at home in the spotlight, even for things fictional. Not only has Inam written and starred in a play Is Anybody Alive' last year, he and the gang compete at the inter-school level, too.

Sees green…

Every time he spies someone carrying a plastic bag. The PUBLIC volunteer campaigned against the use of plastic bags recently. Not the first time the treasurer of the Science and Nature Club has taken a lead. He has been on the DBPC student council for three years, and was one of the guys behind the Bosco Times, a school newsletter. Chips in at the Night School, helping out with a skit the kids put up at the District Interact Conference 2002.

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