Manipur minister encourages deaf children to show their skills
Minister Nemcha Kipgen of Manipur has announced that she will solve the problem of lack of trained teachers in Government Deaf & Mute School, Takyel.
Nemcha encouraged the deaf kids to come forward and show their hidden talents and skills to all.
She gave the example of famous people like Helen Keller and Sudha Chandran who overcame disability to make their unique identity.
Nemcha said that work is going on to implement the various provisions of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016 in the state to ensure welfare of the disabled and inclusive development.
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