Islamabad, Special children has shown excellent performance in the annual examination 2012 of secondary school certificate (SSC) which is conducted by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE).
24 students including 13 boys and 11 studying at National Special Education Center for Hearing Impaired Children, H-9 Islamabad appeared in the exam and were declared successful. Sana Ashraf secured first position with 852 marks; Sehar Rubbab got second position with 787 marks and Marryam Rafique obtained 780 marks and stood third. 11 students from National Special Education Centre for Visually Impaired Children participated in the exams and got excellent results. Amna Azhar stood first with 841 marks, Mohammad Fareedul Hassan earned 773 marks and got the second position while Tahira Kausar stood third with 765 marks. Nine students of National Special Education Center for Physically Handicapped children appeared in the exams and all the students became successful. Kamran Khan got 683 marks and stood first in the center.
Director General Special Education & Social Welfare Syed Mustafain Kazmi has shown great pleasure on the tremendous success of the students on giving extraordinary results in the matriculation exams conducted by FBISE for the academic year 2011-12. He appreciated the sincere efforts of principal and staff of National Special Education Centre for helping the students in making preparation for the examination. He further added that these physically handicapped students have shown remarkable progress with their hard work, their sincere commitment and their desire for becoming the productive segment of the society. They give us message that their disability cannot create hindrance in proving their potential and intellectual capabilities.