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Special student feted for academic brilliance

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Dec 22 - Debodyumna Baruah of Tongla, a differently-abled boy who suffered from dyslexia and slow learning in his childhood and is also struggling with some other challenges, was recently felicitated and awarded gold medal by Uttaran Special Education Foundation for his outstanding performance in academics.

Suranjana Senapati, Secretary of the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) felicitated Debodyumna on the occasion of the annual day function of Uttaran at the Kumar Bhaskar Natya Mandir here.

Speaking on the occasion, Debodyumna�s father Troilokya Baruah said, �Debodyumna joined the city-based counselling institution in Class IX and with the cooperation of the teachers he passed his 10th Board Examination from Maharishi Vidya Mandir Tongla securing first division. He also showed good results in the higher secondary examination securing 72.2 per cent marks from National Pioneer Junior College, Tongla. After that he completed BA 6th semester from Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University.�

Even the doctors said that the progress shown by Debodyumna was exceptional as he had been living with disabilities, said Reena Baruah, mother of Debodyumna.

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Special student feted for academic brilliance

GUWAHATI, Dec 22 - Debodyumna Baruah of Tongla, a differently-abled boy who suffered from dyslexia and slow learning in his childhood and is also struggling with some other challenges, was recently felicitated and awarded gold medal by Uttaran Special Education Foundation for his outstanding performance in academics.

Suranjana Senapati, Secretary of the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) felicitated Debodyumna on the occasion of the annual day function of Uttaran at the Kumar Bhaskar Natya Mandir here.

Speaking on the occasion, Debodyumna�s father Troilokya Baruah said, �Debodyumna joined the city-based counselling institution in Class IX and with the cooperation of the teachers he passed his 10th Board Examination from Maharishi Vidya Mandir Tongla securing first division. He also showed good results in the higher secondary examination securing 72.2 per cent marks from National Pioneer Junior College, Tongla. After that he completed BA 6th semester from Krishna Kanta Handique State Open University.�

Even the doctors said that the progress shown by Debodyumna was exceptional as he had been living with disabilities, said Reena Baruah, mother of Debodyumna.