Visually impaired given mobile sets to help them with studies

2017-06-07

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Pokhara, June 7: A total of 14 visually impaired students of Kaski district have been provided with special mobile phones in order to help them with their studies.

The mobile phones of Samsung brand provided by Kriyashil Nepal, an organisation working for the rights and development of people with disabilities, feature all types of audio and a software that help read all sorts of e-books, said the organisation Chairman Birendra Raj Pokharel.

The beneficiaries are studying in Grade 11 and Bachelor's level. Those pursing Bachelor's level studies are from the Prithivi Narayan Campus. The organisation has also distributed Braille textbooks them. RSS (Photo available)