Accessibility of Education to visually impaired in India
India houses the largest blind population of the world approximating to nearly 15 million people. Currently, there are more than two million blind children in India, but only 5% of them receive any type of education. Most academic settings do not offer instruction and learning resources in a manner that is accessible to the visually impaired, as a result of which many blind individuals are unable to avail of their basic rights. In particular, the volume and range of study materials that are acceRead more
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Kibo: A one-stop solution to access any kind of Printed, Handwritten or Digital content through audio
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