Differently-abled CBSE Students Raises their Pass Percentage

Differently-abled CBSE Students Raises their Pass Percentage: This 2016 CBSE 10th Results gave good pass percentage in the category of differently-abled students. On 28th May 2016, the Central Board of Secondary Education declared 2016 CBSE 10th Result at 02:00 PM. Check the Overall Pass Percentage and Other details about CBSE X Results 2016 here.

Differently-abled CBSE Students Raises their Pass Percentage
Differently-abled CBSE Students Raises their Pass Percentage

The Following categories are included: visually impaired, hearing impaired, orthopaedic impaired, spastic, dyslexic and autistic students, among others. When Compare to other different disabilities, the number of orthopedically impaired students was bigger.

Differently-abled CBSE Students Raises their Pass Percentage

Andheri: The bright student of Rajhans Vidyalaya, Unnat Dave scored 93.1%. He has cerebral palsy; he did not let anything come in his way of success.

Unnat Dave said, “I never faced any problem while preparing for my board exams. I used to go for my physiotherapy sessions every day. So after school hours, I wasn’t left with much time to study. I tried to make full use of the time I got to study, and my tuition teacher was also very dedicated. My school also cooperated and supported me throughout the year. I am planning to go for the engineering stream.”

Related: CBSE 12th Results 2016 including Toppers List along with their Marksheets

Nimilika Puppala: A student from the same school named ‘Rajhans Vidyalaya’. She has scored 8.8 CGPA in her CBSE Board examination. She has autism (characterized by difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people) which is very difficult to interact with social. And she didn’t take any tuition classes for her CBSE examination. Her parents and teachers were euphoric with her performance.

Nimilika Puppala said, “I like writing poems and stories in Marathi and English. Language is not an issue for me, though many people have this misconception about my disorder. I aspire to become a writer. My grandmother has always supported me, and she helped me score this much.”

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