100 government websites to be made accessible for persons with disabilities
August 28, 2016
The government of India is planning to make 100 official websites accessible to people with disabilities. Sixteen websites have already been made so.
The announcement was made during the launch of Sugamya Pustakalaya, an online library for people with disabilities.
Sugamya Pustakalaya will store publications in a different range of subjects and in many formats. The Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities has set it up with member organizations.
The websites will have screen readers and screen magnifiers to communicate content in audio format.
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