Governor inaugurates SD resource centre for visually impaired at DPS Srinagar

Srinagar

Governor NN Vohra on Tuesday inaugurated the Satya Devi Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired at Delhi Public School in Srinagar.

The centre has been established by the school with an endeavour to impart skill training to the visually impaired to aid and facilitate their rehabilitation.

Accompanied by Vijay Dhar, vice chairman, Principal Balasubramanian Murli, Vice Principal Shafaq Afshan and other dignitaries, Governor paid a visit to the Special Education Needs Department of the school.

The Governor accompanied by first lady Usha Vohra interacted with the students and teachers to gauge the working of the department.

Later, the governor inaugurated the Satya Devi Resource Center.

Qurat ul Ain – who heads the centre delivered a detailed presentation on the aims, objectives, curriculum and future plans of the centre.

The Governor congratulated the school for the initiative, and expressed hope that it will contribute towards creating a more inclusive society in the near future.

Speaking on the occasion, governor praised the efforts of DP Dhar Memorial Trust for creating a school of such an enviable standard. He also impressed upon students to strive, seek and find towards creating a prosperous future, and guard against the distractions of hostility and violence. He interacted with the students who have brought laurels to the school and Jammu & Kashmir at various national and international academic and sporting events.

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