Free sewing machines given to the visually challenged in Tamil Nadu
June 29, 2016
The Differently Abled Welfare Department of the Tamil Nadu government has been giving sewing machines to persons with orthopedic and hearing impairment. Now these will also be given to those who are visually challenged, for free.
Visually challenged persons, between the ages of 18 to 45 years, with training in tailoring can apply for the motor-fitted sewing machines.
The application with required proofs and documents needs to be submitted to the District Differently Abled Welfare Office in Anna Salai, Vellore.
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