17 specially-abled students from Abhinandan Home Rambagh achieve remarkable success in 12th class exams

Make disability your strength rather than weakness, say successful students

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Srinagar: At least 17 specially-abled students from Abhinandan Home Rambagh, Srinagar, have successfully passed their 12th class examinations with outstanding results.

Mudasir Ahmad, Principal of Abhinandan Home Rambagh, shared the achievement saying that all 17 students who appeared for the exams this year passed with flying colours.

“For these specially-abled students, Abhinandan Home was their only hope, providing them with the necessary support and resources to excel academically,” Mudasir said, adding, “Over the years, hundreds of specially-abled students from the school have successfully completed their 12th class examinations.”

The successful students are Marousha Mohidin, Ifla Syed, Jasmeena Bashir, Irtiza Nisar, Muntazir Nazir, Simran Sarwar, Mehwish Fayaz, Mehraj U Din Bhat, Toufeeq Padder, Simran Fayaz, Taseen Fayaz, Mohammad Salit, Abida Hanief, Inayat Ullah, Shakir Bhat, Irfan Dar and Mujtaba Nazir.

These students said they initially faced numerous challenges while studying in regular schools but found the environment at Abhinandan Home much more conducive to their learning needs. The availability of braille books, large print books, and other specialised facilities enhanced their ability to study effectively.

They acknowledged the extra effort required for specially-abled students to succeed, which often needs to work twice as hard as their peers. They credited their success to the unwavering support from their parents, teachers and others who believed in them.

The family members of Irtiza Nisar, who is deaf and mute, expressed their gratitude towards Zaiba Apa School and Abhinandan Home for providing Irtiza with the opportunity to pursue her education.

Similarly, Jasmeen Bashir, a visually impaired student, attributed her success to the dedication of her teachers and the support of her parents.

The students said that specially-abled persons can compete with normal students and should view their disabilities as strengths rather than weaknesses. They urged those who have discontinued their studies due to disabilities to join special schools like Abhinandan Home, ensuring they do not remain dependent on others.

However, the students highlighted a challenge they now face: the lack of separate colleges for physically handicapped students.

With no alternative but to join regular colleges, they requested higher authorities to address this issue immediately and make necessary arrangements to ensure that handicapped students do not face further difficulties in their academic journeys—(KNO)

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