West Bengal School for hearing & speech impaired gets a Smart Class
February 8, 2018
Suryoday, a residential school for hearing and speech impaired children in West Bengal now has a Digital Smart Classroom.
Suryoday is the only residential school for hearing and speech impaired children in the state and is run by the department of social welfare.
Since the last two decades the students of the school were taught using sign language.
The district magistrate of North Dinajpur, by Ayesha Rani, inaugurated the digital smart classroom this week. Funding for the digital classroom has been provided by the Border Area Development Project.
The teachers were given detailed training including audio-visual session about the use of smart class so that the students with disabilities get the maximum.
Digital method of teaching will make education more effective for the disabled students and help in their academics.
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