This visually impaired Mohali girl eyes bright future with 86% marks

This visually impaired Mohali girl eyes bright future with 86% marks

Muskan Sharma with her family members. Tribune photo

Mohali, July 30

Mohali girl with no vision in her right eye and just 20 per cent vision in her left eye scored 86 per cent marks in the arts stream in her Class XII exams, the results for which were declared by the CBSE today.

Muskan Sharma, a student of Guru Nanak Public School, Chandigarh, had scored 67 per cent marks in her Class X exams.

The Phase 2 resident said a writer was provided to her by the school management for the exams and she wanted to become a teacher like her mother Meenu Sharma.

Muskan also said she loved drawing, painting and dancing.

Muskan’s father Deepak Sharma said there was problem in her eyes since childhood and she was undergoing treatment at the PGI, Chandigarh.—TNS

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