Gurdwaras in Punjab to be used to educate deaf kids
October 6, 2017
The All India Pingalwara Charitable Society in Amritsar plans to ask local gurdwaras to educate deaf children.
Managements of these local gurdwaras will allow the Pingalwara Society to hold classes in sign language in the gurdwaras. This is because there are no professional schools for deaf children in Punjab.
Every village has three to four gurdwaras and one room here will be dedicated to these classes. Trained teachers from the charity will teach sign language.
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