Bengaluru eye hospital to create audio books for blind students
September 14, 2016
The Sankara Eye Hospital in association with Young Indians Bangalore will participate this year in Daan Utsav in order to convert 50,000 curriculum books including religion, career, job training, computer, among others into audio format as audio books.
The initiative is to make the books available and accessible to the blind students.
Started in 2009, Daan Utsav aims to encourage people to do any act of kindness of their choice and is celebrated from 2 to 8 October every year.
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