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Visually Impaired Student Secures 96% In Xth CBSE Exam

Visually impaired student secures 96% in Xth CBSE exam

Vanshika, a 15-year-old student at the Institute for the Blind in Chandigarh, achieved an outstanding score of 96% in the CBSE Class 10 results announced on Monday. Despite being born with a visual impairment, Vanshika has demonstrated exceptional academic prowess. She aspires to pursue a career in the civil services and aims to become an IAS officer by cracking the UPSC Civil Service Examination.

Vanshika’s father, Sonu Pal, works as a labourer, while her mother, Anita, is a homemaker. Vanshika dedicates three hours to self-study every evening from 5 to 8 pm, extending her study hours to 11 pm during exams.

She has a passion for empowering visually impaired students and aims to create a welcoming environment for them. In her free time, Vanshika enjoys reading motivational stories and participating in debates at school.

In the recent exams, nine visually impaired students from the Institute for the Blind, Sector 26, appeared for the class 12 exam, while sixteen visually impaired students took the class 10 exams. All candidates successfully passed their examinations.

In the class 12 rankings, Rajeev claimed the top spot with an impressive score of 88.6%. Kusum Bhatia followed closely behind, earning the second position with a score of 88%, while Danish Bassan secured the third position with a score of 87.4%.

Among the class 10 students, Vanshika excelled with a remarkable score of 96%, securing the top position. Chandni and Paras Bhardwaj also performed exceptionally well, securing the second and third positions with scores of 92.2% and 91.2%, respectively.


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