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SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT BY A SPECIAL PERSON, A GIRL.

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Posted on : 15/May/2010 1:35:05 AM



 
 
 
Disability is not a deterrent. Schools run for children with special needs have not left behind rather they have achieved. At the Government Higher Secondary School for the Blind in Poonamallee, of the 35 students who took the examination, 24 cleared it. At the St. Louis Institute for Deaf and Blind, all 22 visually impaired boys passed with the topper scoring 1068. Eighteen of the 22 hearing impaired boys have succeeded. The toppers in both sections were hostellers. All 14 visually challenged girls studying at the Little Flower Convent for Blind and Deaf and 23 of the 27 speech- and hearing-impaired girls have passed the examination. They hail from middle-class families and in some cases, have siblings with similar disability. But they are determined to succeed despite the odds, the school authorities said.
Va. Nargees Begum, who is visually impaired, scored 1079. She has an elder brother who is visually challenged. I want to study English literature and then do Law, she says.
Visually challenged B. Chithra hails from Tiruvallur. She has scored 1072 wants to do IAS. . Her father runs a welding shop. Tamil medium student P. Parameswari (score 1034) wants to study Economics. Her brother is also visually challenged. Hearing impaired Fathima Banu has scored 953/1000 and wants to become a chartered accountant. To start with, she wants to pursue a degree in B.Com. Her father, Pa. Mohamed Abdullah, is a driver in the Malaysian Embassy. Her classmate, S. Lavanya, scored 952/1000.
All it needs is the will to succeed .If you are determined no force on earth can stop you.

 
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