[Global Times reporter Li Xue] in order to let his son successfully participate in the make-up examination, Indian 38 year old man shobulam is doing his best. Without public transportation during the outbreak, he drove his son 105 kilometers on his bicycle and finally arrived at the examination room on time. Shobram said that although he had no culture, he knew the importance of education and didn’t want his son to miss the make-up exam. According to the press trust of India on the 19th, shobulam’s family lives in a village in Dar County, central state. His son ahish took part in the Madhya Pradesh government’s make-up exam, which he failed in his first exam. But the make-up exam is located in a women’s school in Dar County, far away from the village where the father and son live. “Due to the blockade restrictions during the outbreak, public transport, including buses, has been suspended so far,” shobram said. But if I miss this chance, my son’s one year’s time will be wasted, so I decided to ride him to the test He also said that since no one in the village could help, he had no money and no motorcycle, so cycling became the only choice. He left home on the 17th and spent a night in a small town. Finally, he arrived at the examination room on the morning of the 18th. To accompany his son’s examination, shobram also brought his own food. The matter then attracted the attention of local governments. Some relevant officials said that the government learned about the father and son’s plight, and arranged for them to board and lodging, and then arranged for them to return home, so that the father and son would not have to ride a bicycle to return home.