Delhi to soon have 100 schools of specialised excellence

Every child is unique and gifted, we want to ensure that they get the opportunity and the support to achieve higher success in their lives.

published on : 23rd March 2021

Visually impaired students struggling sans scribes to take remote exams

With e-learning and online exams becoming the new normal, visually challenged students are having difficulties in write exams from homes and uploading images of the answer papers.

published on : 23rd December 2020

A touching story: Visually impaired now helpless

He said that if a visually impaired person contracts Covid, there would be no one to care for them during home isolation.

published on : 12th December 2020

Visually-challenged teacher handles session on Victers TV

Anil had to learn the entire portion by heart and also use the textbook in Braille, besides the audio lessons made for visually-challenged students and help from friends and family.

published on : 7th December 2020

Covid, a stumbling block for the visually-impaired

Absence of specialised educators, methods make learning harder

published on : 3rd December 2020

Kerala man on a mission to get 25 lakh eye donors in ten years

Having lost his vision to glaucoma, Ramkumar M is now working to make people aware of the need to honour the  consent letter for eye donation, reports Arun M

published on : 15th November 2020

TNIE tweet helps visually impaired man start his small business

From train to footpath, and now his own small shop. Dharmaraj’s journey shows ‘working for peanuts’ can bring happiness too.

published on : 8th November 2020

Puranasunthari’s chase for IAS post continues

Visually-challenged, she was denied the desired berth even after securing 286th rank in Civil Services Examination

published on : 24th October 2020

Amidst the pandemic, visually-impaired inmates sent out of shelter home in Chennai

One of the teachers of the Poonamallee Blind School said the issue of not admitting people has been happening for about five years now.

published on : 2nd October 2020

Tamil Nadu's visually impaired continue to struggle to get ATM cards

Though all banks have been mandated to provide the visually impaired with all facilities including a debit card, they claim still being denied ATM cards.

published on : 28th September 2020

Delhi may have eight months of 32°C average temperature by 2100: WEF study

As per the study, a record increase in temperature is expected in the US, India and across South Asia for longer periods of time.

published on : 23rd September 2020

Tiruparankundram MLA offering help to visually-challenged Puranasunthari

Puranasunthari, a resident of Mani Nagar in Madurai, secured 286th rank in the Civil Services Examination.

published on : 24th August 2020