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Visually Impaired To Winning At World Robotics Olympiad Inspiring Story Of Bhavya Shah

Every person has that inescapable turning point in life that transforms his life completely – his outlook, philosophies and choices.For Bhavya Shah , it came when he lost complete vision in both his eyes. However, as much as he was distraught, his parents were shattered by the finality. Bhavya Shah was 11 when he lost both his eyes due to …

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Video/Read : Meet The Artisans Who Are Visually Impaired And Are Bringing Lights…

“I give light to others. I don’t care whether I have light in my life or not,” says Nitesh Kumar Mathur from Bihar who is visually impaired and has been making candles since last one year.  Nitesh lost his eyesight when he was 13 and now at the age of 24 he has challenged his disability and has defied all …

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Ranjani Gopal,Inspiring Journey of Indias First Blind Lady Chartered Accountant

A visually challenged woman Ranjani Gopal, became the first blind woman to pass the Chartered Accountancy (CA) Examination in 2002, one of the toughest examinations in the country having only 15% passing rate. During her childhood, Ranjini became the victim of medical malpractice and misconception when she was treated with the antibiotic penicillin for common cough and cold without giving …

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Meet Sharada, Who Is Visually Impaired Tribal Girl Bags A Job In Bank…

  Physical impairment should not be deterrent to someone’s confidence or pride and 24-year-old tribal girl, Sharada Dawar sets a strong example of this statement. Visually impaired from birth, Sharada on Monday went on to visit the district collector of Alirajpur in Madhya Pradesh to return Rs 10,000 he had given her a few months ago to complete her studies. …

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Visually impaired Indian student Kartik Sawhney rejected by IITs will now study at Stanford

Visually impaired Indian student Kartik Sawhney rejected by IITs will now study at Stanford Divya Nair Visually impaired Delhi student Kartik Sawhney has repeatedly been denied permission to appear for the IIT-JEE in the past three years because of his disability. However, in March 2013, he was awarded a fully funded scholarship to pursue engineering at Stanford University in the …

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White Cane Walk was not a Cake Walk : Visually impaired Delhi boy Tapas Bhardwaj, who scored 93.2 % in his 12th CBSE board exams

White Cane Walk was not a Cake Walk by Deepali Pandit The visually impaired are usually looked at, as powerless or weak people. They face many barriers in their life. Physical, emotional and social barriers bother them every day. One of the major challenges they face is unemployment. They are unable to get jobs easily, because of their disability. Their …

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