Mom Who Read Lecture Notes To Blind Daughter For 4 Years Receives Honorary Degree At Graduation Ceremony
July 13, 2018
A Turkish mother who read lecture notes for four years to her blind daughter in law school has been awarded an honorary degree alongside her daughter.
Credit: Twitter / @Kochavva
Berru Merve Kul, 22, graduated from Sakarya University this week with a law degree, thanks to the love and dedication of her mother.
Berru, who is visually impaired, was read all of the legal texts by her mother, Eve Havva Kul.
Eve was given an honory degree on stage alongside her daughter at the graduation ceremony.
Professor at SAÜ Faculty of Law Dr. Mahmut Bilen announced the news on Twitter.
SAÜ Hukukta dereceye giren öğrencilerimiz dışında Berru Merve KUL görme engelli öğrencimiz 4 yılda hukuk eğitimini tamamlayarak mezun oldu. Evde bütün hukuk metinlerini kızına okuyarak sınavlara hazırlanmasında gayreti olan Annesine de fakültemizin fahri mezunu olarak ödül verdik https://t.co/Me8Q55r2pc
— Mahmut Bilen (@Bilenmah) July 5, 2018
“SAÜ has a student with a disability in Berru Merve, who has graduated from law school in 4 years and her mother has been awarded as an honorary graduate for attending all the legal texts at home and preparing her exams (translated).”