- Disabled and blind children of government school proved their talent in Chhattisgarh board examinations
- Blind Suman, who had the theme song ‘Mor Raipur, Swachh Raipur’, passed the 12th examination in the first class.
Jun 25, 2020, 09:47 AM IST
Raipur. This time in the Chhattisgarh Board Examination, Divyang and Blind children have made their talent soar. The results of Raipur and Korea School for differently-abled children have gone up to 100 percent in the board examination. Results of 10th and 12th have been declared by Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education on Tuesday. It has 73.62 percent of 10th and 78.59 percent of 12th. Compared to last year, 10th result has increased by 5.42%. While the result of 12th has increased by 0.16 percent.
Raipur: All students pass in first and second class
All the 34 children studying in class 10 and 26 of the Sight and Hearing Disrupted School at Mathpurana, Raipur, have passed. Of these, 15 blind students of class 10 have passed the first and 3 second class and 4 out of 8 children with impaired grade have passed the first and 4 class II examinations. Similarly, out of 19 Blind children in Class XII, 4 first division and rest second division have passed. At the same time, 4 children with mute passed first and 11 second division.
Studied through Braille script and Audia
Blind Suman Dewan, who created an identity by singing the theme song ‘Mor Raipur Swach Raipur’, has passed class 12 examination in the first division with 63.8 percent. Suman told that his father is in the police and posted in Bastar. Mother is a housewife. Everyone is very happy with her test result. She also studied audio from the course along with Braille books. Said that he has to pursue a career in the field of music.
Korea’s 100, Bilaspur’s 95 and Dhamtari’s result was 50%.
Similarly, in the blind and handicapped teaching-training school in Manendragarh, Korea, the 10th board examination result was 100 percent. Of the 8 blind children here, 4 first class and 4 children passed the examination from second class. Government Sight and Hearing Disruptive School in Tifra, Bilaspur has 17 students passed in 12th and a supplement. 11 out of 17 passed the 10th board examination. Government Hearing Impaired Girls Special School located in Dhamtari has more than 50 percent results.