IIT Bombay sets up facility for blind students
The Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay has opened a new facility for visually impaired students.
Latest gadgets and devices have been set up there to aid visually impaired students to read.
Text scanners, braille printers, braille readers, document scan and read software have been arranged to make sure that students get the benefit of reading without any problems.
The aim of the facility is to promote inclusion and there are plans to provide individual facilities for each student.
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