Nine visually impaired students of blind school clear class 10 exam | India News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: In a heartening display of determination and academic prowess, all nine visually impaired students from a school for the blind in Odisha‘s Ganjan district have successfully cleared their annual high school certificate exams, equivalent to the class 10 examination.
The principal of the Red Cross School for the Blind in Ambapua, Priya Ranjan Mahakuda, proudly announced that all nine students, including five girls, passed the examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha.
Among the successful candidates, one girl student achieved a remarkable B2 grade, securing 360 out of 600 marks. Seven students attained a C grade, while one student passed with a D grade.
The results, declared by the BSE on Sunday, underscore the dedication and hard work of these visually impaired students, who overcame significant challenges to achieve academic success.
In the classroom, the students are taught using Braille textbooks, enabling them to access the curriculum effectively. During the examination, they were assisted by helper-writers, ensuring they could effectively convey their knowledge and understanding.
Bharati Bisoyi, one of the visually impaired students who secured a B2 grade in the examination, expressed her desire, along with her peers, to pursue higher education. Their ambition reflects their determination to continue their academic journey and realize their full potential despite their visual impairments.
(With inputs from agencies)


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