Rajasthan government plans college for deaf students
The Rajasthan government is planning to open a college for deaf students from the state.
The government is in talks with an organisation to discuss the finer details of setting up such a college.
The project will provide quality education and skills to the hearing impaired. Necessary changes in rules of college education will also be made.
Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has said that the college will be the first of its kind in India at a convention of college and university teachers at Rajasthan University.
Raje also used the occasion to announce that changes will be made in rules of college education.
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