Jhalana Special School for disabled children in Jaipur
August 23, 2017
Jhalana Special School is a school in Jaipur run by NGO Prayas to provide education, treatment and empower mentally and physically disabled and poor children.
The admission for the school opens in the month of April and is always open for disabled students.
The school doesn't discriminate any students on the basis of their caste, religion and culture.
The school started its journey with 5 disabled students and 2 teachers in 1966.
Today the school has more than 2500 students and has four other centres in Jaipur.
The Special school also gives information to the parents so that they can understand the problems of their disabled children and support them to overcome their issues.
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