18-Year-Old Visually Impaired Student Insha Mushtaq Excels in Class 12 Board Exams

Insha Mushtaq, an 18-year-old student who lost her vision due to pellet injuries sustained in 2016, has achieved exceptional results in her class 12th board examinations. Hailing from Sedow village in Shopian, Insha's outstanding performance has garnered attention and admiration from various quarters.
Securing an impressive score of 319 marks, Insha surpassed the expectations of many, including herself. Initially disappointed, she later found solace in the realization that her marks exceeded those achieved by many students with full eyesight.

Insha, reflecting on her journey, expressed her determination to overcome the challenges she has faced since 2016 and emphasized her pursuit of a successful life. She aspires to pursue a Bachelor's degree and has set her sights on preparing for the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) examination, with the ambition of becoming an IAS officer.

During her interview, Insha emphasized the pressing need for separate educational institutions in Kashmir dedicated to individuals with disabilities. She stressed the importance of inclusive education and equal opportunities for all specially-abled individuals in the region.

Insha's remarkable accomplishment has drawn accolades and admiration from people across social media platforms, with netizens flooding these platforms with congratulatory messages and praising her as an inspiration.

It is worth noting that Insha Mushtaq suffered from pellet injuries on the evening of July 11, 2016, a few days after the demise of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani.

Insha's remarkable achievement stands as a testament to her determination, resilience, and unwavering spirit, serving as an inspiration for countless individuals facing their own challenges and encouraging them to strive for excellence.

Her family members expressed their immense happiness for Insha's accomplishment and extended gratitude to all those who have supported her throughout her journey.

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