Computer training camp for visually impaired launched in Trichy
December 28, 2017
A five-day training programme was launched in Trichy, Tamil Nadu for visually impaired people on Tuesday.
During the programme, blind people will be given computer training to help them understand the basics of the new age gadget.
The training programme has been launched by Jegajothi Readers Club, in association with Humanitty club of National Institute of Technology-Trichy.
The response to the training crash course has been great so far and sixty students were given introductory classes on software on day one.
Getting jobs is not easy for people with visual impairments, but getting specialized skill training can make them employable in various fields.
Computers are used in every aspect of life these days. Computer training given to disabled people can improve their chances of getting a job.
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