Govt to set up residential schools for specially-abled children: DSEK


To provide quality education to specially-abled children, the government is going to establish residential schools each in Srinagar and Jammu for such children.

This was stated by Director School Education Kashmir (DSEK) Dr GN Itoo at a function here organized by Zonal Education Office, Rainawari.

During the function, 200 specially-abled children were provided with free aids worth Rs 10.00 lakh under SSA.

Speaking on the occasion, DSEK said that the Department is at the forefront in providing quality education to the differently-abled children. He said that these children are an important part of the society and “it is our duty to help them.”

The specially-abled children were provided with wheelchairs, smart can, smartphone, daisy player, MR kit, ADL kit, hearing aids, braille kit and other aids during the function.

State Coordinator SSA TR Mangotra, Chief Education Officer Srinagar, Mudasir Kaleem Fazili and other concerned were also present on the occasion.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here