Chennai special school students come out in flying colours in class 10 exam
May 25, 2018
The staff and students at the Little Flower Convent Higher Secondary School for blind and deaf in Chennai are very excited. All the students from the special school have passed with flying colours. Most of them have scored high marks as well!
Taseen, a deaf student at the school, scored 332 out of 400. She got the highest marks in math. Taseen's mother Tabassum is proud of her daughter. After she lost her husband a few years ago, Tabassum has been working hard to raise her only daughter. Tabassum says that Taseen is aiming for nothing lesser than the stars.
Another student, Arshanaaz, scored 309 out of 400. Her father Mutheeb Ahmad is very excited about his daughter's scores. Mutheeb's wife and both children are deaf and speech impaired. Mutheeb says that his children work very hard to prove how efficient they are in academics and extra-curricular activities.
Vinitha scored the highest from the blind school. She scored 456 out of 500 marks. She says that she found all the subjects were easy for her, except math.
Salomi, who lived on the pavements of Chennai with her father, scored 77%.
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