21 Mar 2018, Edition - 981, Wednesday
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- Sensex closed 139.42 points or 0.42% higher at 33,136.18 after rising as much as 350 points during intraday high
- Both telcos are locked in a fierce battle for subscribers and need to invest in expanding their 4G network
- The ₹ 6 Lakh reward will be part of the revised ‘Rehabilitation Policy for Militants
- 15-year-old girl student commits suicide at her home on Tuesday by hanging herself from a ceiling fan
- Maharashtra: 5 men linked to ISIS terror outfit arrested by ATS; plot to target Bodhgaya foiled.
- DMK’s Stalin writes to CMs of 10 states, demanding fiscal autonomy for states
- Former Maharashtra CM Sushilkumar Shinde speaks on Congress’ U-turn on Lingayats
- Disruption in Lok Sabha leads to the house being adjourned for the day
- Ceasefire violations at an all-time high as Pak has violated ceasefire 600 times in nearly 2 months
One-day workshop for students to enhance employability among visually challenged
Covai Post Network
December 22, 2017
Sankara Eye Hospital, Bangalore in association with Young Indians, Bangalore Chapter conducted a one-day workshop for students from across Bangalore District to enhance employability among visually impaired.
“The workshop conducted by Department of Vision Rehabilitation, Sankara Eye Hospital and Young Indians looked at empowering the students with soft skills and language training. The workshop also helped in creating awareness about safety from abuse at work place. This workshop is as part of our Young Indians – Masoom initiative that looks at preventing abuse in children and young adults,” said Vikram Choudhury of Sankara Eye Hospital in a press release.