It was a success-against-all-odds story for the toppers in SSLC examinations of various special schools in the city. While a few battled poverty, others overcame their disability to emerge as winners.
For L. Sukanya, student of Little Flower Convent for Blind, scoring 481 in the SSLC examinations, results of which were declared on Wednesday, is the first step towards pursuing her aspiration of joining the Civil Services. Daughter of a jewellery shop employee, she did her primary education in a matriculation school until she realised she could not cope up with the mainstream academics. “I was made to stay in the hostel at the Convent. Initially, it was painful to study in a special school. Now, I am grateful,” says Sukanya.........Click for more
Source Web Page: The Hindu