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Distribution of Digital Certificates

Posted by Ankita Goyal on March 3, 2011 at 6:34 AM Comments comments (0)

Second in series of Special Educational Module was donated to The Institute For the Blind, sector-26, Chandigarh. Certificates were distributed to the team members i.e Ms. Aakriti Goyal, Mr. Tapish Mittal, Ms. Himani Jindal, Ms. Manisha Kathuria, Ms. Lovely Khurana,  on March 3, 2011. Their work was lauded by Abhishek Syal, President of A R I S E and Mr. J.S. Jayara- headmaster, Institute For The Blind. 



Delivery of Second Module

Posted by Ankita Goyal on February 27, 2011 at 3:15 AM Comments comments (1)


Ms. Ankita Goyal and their team comprising of (Ms. Aakriti Goyal, Mr. Tapish Mittal, Ms. Himani Jindal, Ms. Lovely Khurana, Ms. Manisha Kathuria) donated their second in series of Special Educational Module to the Institute For The Blind, Sector 26, Chandigarh on 2nd february 2011.

                The Special Educational Module (SEM) consisted of set of audio CDs specially prepared for enabling visually challenged students to...

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Testing of Second Audio Educational Module

Posted by Ankita Goyal on December 22, 2010 at 1:44 PM Comments comments (2)

Miss Ankita Goyal (under the guidance of Mr. Abhishek Syal) went to The Institute For Blind, Sector-26 Chandigarh to test the second module. The second module which consisted of audio lectures on basics of English grammar and some short stories to help the students to learn Funcational English.


Audio lectures of second module were prepared by Miss Aakriti Goyal, Mr. Tapish Mittal, Miss Himani, Miss Lovely and Miss Manisha.


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Our first Module

Posted by Ankita Goyal on December 14, 2010 at 12:27 PM Comments comments (0)

Mr. Abhishek Syal and his team donated their first educational module to the Institute for the Blind. The educational module consisted of audio cassettes specially prepared foe enabling visually challenged students to learn English usage effectively. These lectures will go a long way to enable the visually challenged to be better suited for working environments and make them capable to be involved in document processing and internet enabled software application usage.


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