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The H2O story: How this Kerala NGO has been helping special kids make sense of the pandemic - and keep learning

The Helping Hands Organisation has been working for the past 8 years to rethink the education of autistic children and help them learn daily living skills

Published on 6th August 2020
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Delhi HC says DU students can submit answers via university portal or email it, but cannot re-take offline exams later

The Delhi High Court was hearing a petition against the university's decision to conduct online Open Book Examinations, in the wake of the pandemic

Published on 5th August 2020
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This visually-impaired Mumbaikar is giving financial lessons to the disabled. Here's why it's awesome

Rahul Kelapure came to Mumbai after Class XII for better opportunities and accessibility. Now, he is ensuring that he gives back to the society what it gave him in equal measure. This is his story

Published on 4th August 2020
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Palghar district administration to help an armless student get financial aid for education 

The student, Kalpesh Doda (18), a resident of Kallale village in the district, was born without arms. He has scored 68 per cent marks in the HSC exam, the results of which were announced recently 

Published on 29th July 2020
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Sherly Devarapalli conducts self-defense classes for girls in rural Telangana schools

Before launching Goodwill, Hyderabad-based Sherly Devarapalli worked with many NGOs like Be The Change and conducted self-defense sessions for them and gathered a lot of experience from there

Published on 27th July 2020
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How Haroon Kareem became the first student in Kerala to write his 10th standard SSLC examination on a computer

Using his coding ability and growing ambition, visually impaired Haroon Kareem becomes the first student in Kerala to write his exams on a computer as opposed to using a scribe

Published on 22nd July 2020
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From U-19 cricketer to wheelchair bawse: What's keeping Preethi Srinivasan busy during lockdown?

Winner of multiple awards including the Kalpana Chawla award from the CM of Tamil Nadu, Preethi Srinivasan, via her initiative Soulfree, has impacted 800 people with disabilities till date

Published on 21st July 2020
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Chandigarh University announces Rs 15 crore scholarship on academic fees for children of Defense Personnel

In addition, the wards of deceased Defense Personnel, war widows, and wards of disabled Defense Personnel would be given 15% scholarship on the academic fees

Published on 17th July 2020
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IISc research team designs eye gaze-controlled robotic arm for speech and motor impaired

The interface is non-invasive since it is through a webcam and a computer, unlike other eye gaze-tracking devices that use head-mounted systems, according to Bengaluru-based IISc

Published on 10th July 2020
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How Karthikeyan started a farm in Tamil Nadu to transform the lives of hundreds of intellectually-challenged youth

The Foundation situated in Villupuram, is an inclusive society where all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are respected, valued and have choices to lead a holistic and dignified

Published on 5th July 2020
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Being Sai: How the wheelchair never held this Hyderabad youth back from skydiving or going to Antarctica with Robert Swan

Now that Sai Prasad Vishwanathan has been to Antarctica, gone skydiving and pursued his MBA from ISB, he has been conducting counselling sessions for over 35,000 students and is helping out a lot

Published on 1st July 2020
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Teachers not trained to conduct open book exams: Why professors, students are dead set against online exams in India

 

DUTA members said that SC, ST, OBC students could be worst affected by the decision to conduct open book exams

Published on 22nd June 2020
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Students with disabilities struggle through online classes, demand better accessibility

There are 21 different disabilities each with their specific needs which need to be allocated the due reasonable accommodation, an activist pointed out

Published on 21st June 2020
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Hidden behind masks: People with speech, hearing disabilities struggle to communicate in COVID-19 times

With everyone donning masks in public spaces and governments penalising those who don't do so, there is no end to the problems faced by speech and hearing-impaired people

Published on 18th June 2020
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These youngsters are raising funds to help underprivileged children restart their education, post COVID

We took a look at four fundraising campaigns that are helping the underprivileged restart their education in a post-COVID world

Published on 8th June 2020

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