JKBOSE Class 10th results: Seven specially-abled students of ZAIE achieve remarkable feat
Class 10th results: Seven specially-abled students of ZAIE achieve remarkable feat
‘Making disability your strength, show normal people you can compete with them is what we believe in’
Srinagar, Feb 17 (KNO): At least seven specially-abled students of Zaiba Apa Institute of Inclusive Education Bijbehara in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district have crossed 10th class with remarkable success.
Javed Ahmad Tak, who himself is wheel-chair bound for decades now and running this School while taking news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), said that seven students from the School appeared in 10th class examination this year and all have passed the examination with flying colours.
The students who have passed examination include Ifla syed(Deaf) 399 /500, Jasmina Bashir ( Deaf) 398 /500, Irtiza nisar( Deaf) 407/ 500, Shakir farooq ( Deaf) 320 /500, Tahzeeba Hilal (Blind) 450/500, Rasikh Nisar 447 / 500 and Hiqmat yaseen (Blind) 429 /500.
Tak said that most of them were drop out and special school was their only hope and they have finally crossed 10th class examination and so far around 25 specially-abled students of Zaiba Apa school have crossed 10th class examination.
Tehzeeba Hilal from Awantipora while talking with KNO said that she was in 6th class when she joined Zaiba Apa school and till then she was studying in normal school where she was facing many problems.
Due to braille books, large printed books and other facilities available at Zaiba Apa, she was able to study well there, she said, adding that her eyes have been impaired since her birth.
She said specially abled students have to work twice more than normal students and she wants to give credit of her success to parents, teachers and writer Urwa.
Family members of Irtiza Nisar another student who is deaf and dumb said she joined Zaiba Apa school from day 1 and it was possible due to efforts of teachers of Zaiba Apa School that she was able to cross 10th class.
They said that if this school wouldn’t have been available in the area, Irtiza wouldn’t have been able to study.
Rasikh Nisar, another student who is visually impaired said that it was only possible due to the efforts of teachers and the support of parents to cross 10th with flying colors.
Students said that the specially abled must understand that they can compete with normal students with ease and they must make disability strength not weakness.
They said that those who have left studies due to disability must come forward and join special schools like Zaiba Apa so that they won’t remain dependent on others—(KNO)