Odisha News: The children who were made disabled by nature from birth, who were given a second-class status by the society, whose parents used to call themselves unlucky seeing their condition, but today those same children have raised their parents’ heads with pride.
In fact, three children of Bahragora block, Dipesh Kumar Seet, son of Dilip Kumar Seet, resident of Darkhuli, Rishikesh Kuila, son of Chandi Charan Kuila, resident of Katulia and Devjit Giri, son of Kunbabu Giri, resident of Chhotaparulia, are disabled since birth. They can talk only in all three gestures. All three were studying at Sri Sri Baleshwar High School located in Cuttack, Odisha for the last 10 years. After studying up to class X, the matriculation results of the children who spoke in these gestures came out on Friday. In which all three have passed with good marks.
Dipesh Kumar Seet got 422 marks out of 600, Rishikesh Kuila got 409 marks and Devjit Giri got 400 marks. There is a wave of happiness among the family members including parents on the success of all three. It is being told that Dipesh’s father is a contract worker at BSNL. At the same time, Rishikesh’s father does farming. Whereas, Devjit’s father maintains his family by running a shop in his village.
The relatives of the three children told that about 10 years ago, they had sent their deaf children to study in the school for differently-abled children in Cuttack. These children go there and do their studies. These children understand everything in gestures. The family members of all three talked about making their child an engineer.
According to the information, Sri Sri Baleshwar High School located in Cuttack is completely residential. This school has made its special identity in the entire state of Odisha. The relatives of the children told that when they went to this school for admission of their child, they were told that apart from studies, the children are also given training in sports. Their aim is to prove that physical disability is nothing by connecting the child with the mainstream of the society. To encourage these children, the high officials of the administration also come here from time to time. All schools have classes from 1 to 10. After that the deaf child has to go to another institution and complete his further studies.
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