Believe it or not, HSC results is the most trending topic, today as many are rejoicing over getting good scores. The Nagpur division has a good news to share as it recorded an overall 89.5% pass percentage. The result of specially-abled students was also exceptionally well.
Here are inspiring stories of some of these students!
Divija Sutone is the top scorer of the visually disabled category with 88.61%. Divija is suffering from 100 percent blindness by birth and has managed to overcome all the obstacles to reach her goal.
This young lady aspires to become a lawyer. Not just academically but she is also a wonderful state level chess player. She also showcased her expertise on the 64-squared checkered boxes. Studying in LAD college, she was also a part of the music group. There’s no doubt that Divija is a storehouse of talent!
"I never had a fixed schedule chalked out for my studies, but whenever I hit the books, I made sure I gave maximum concentration to grasp things efficiently." Divija told TOI.
Being a part of a family in which all members are deaf and mute, Shubham Bhoyar has overcome all odds and secured 63.23% marks.
He has topped his school, Deaf and Dumb School, Shankar Nagar. Shubham says that his source of inspiration is his father who has done ITI and is working as a helper at Pulgaon bus depot. Shubham's passion for studying has no limits!
Originally hailing from Wardha, Shubham commuted over 80 kms daily to attend his school in Nagpur. Blessed with good physique, he has played many sports at the district level.
"I want to pursue computer engineering so that I can earn and provide support to my family. I have to work hard to achieve my dream," he said
Ashish Dinesh Pare, a student of Ambedkar College, Deekshabhoomi is visually impaired by birth. He took the exam with the help of a scribe and notched 79.38 percent.
Since his parents are daily wage laborers, they were not able to afford his tuition fees. Without tuitions, Ashish prepared for the examination and also with the help of audio recordings which were provided by his friends. Thanking his peers and family Ashish told The Hitavada,
“It was not easy to prepare for the exam but my friends, teachers, parents and whole family supported me every time,” said Ashish.
It is a moment of pride for all of them. Kudos to their passion and enthusiasm. Reacho congratulates them for their success and All the best for future ventures.
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