Kerala government to provide more facilities for deaf schools
The government of Kerala plans to provide special facilities to help in setting up schools for the hearing impaired in the state.
Nearly 4,000 children study in deaf schools in the state. The government plans to develop communication technology so as to benefit people with disabilities.
It also plans to provide special training and guidance to students, their parents and teachers to support the hidden abilities of deaf children.
The idea is to increase the knowledge and language skills of deaf kids to help them interact and integrate in society.
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