Mrs. K. Vijaya Rajendra asks civil society, NGOs to come forward for helping special children
JAMMU, MAY 14: In order to encourage the special children, a simple function was organized by Louis Braille Memorial Residential School for Sightness Girls, being run by National Federation of Blind J&K Chapter here today. Chairperson, Jammu and Kashmir Police Wives Welfare Association, (JKPWWA), Mrs. K. Vijaya Rajendra was the chief guest.
Addressing the functions, the Chairperson stressed upon the civil societies, voluntarily organizations and Jammu and Kashmir Police to come forward in a big way to provide assistance to the special children, who have lost sightness and build the bright future of these children. She expressed that special schools are performing commendable job in providing education and shape their future. She said the special children are necessary part and parcel of our society and they need every possible support to groom.
On the occasion, Chairperson accompanied by other lady members of JKPWWA assured the management of the School that every possible assistance would be provided to it for providing quality education to the special students by Jammu and Kashmir Police under its civic action programme.
Later, Mr. Vijaya Rajendra visited various sections of the school and interacted with visually impaired girls and heard them patiently. She enquired about the working and available facilities in the School. She was apprised by the management members about the facilities and various curricular and extra-curricular activities of the School.
Earlier, welcoming the Chairperson, the General Secretary of the Federation, Mr. Ram Dass Dubey threw light on the aims and objectives of the Institution. He hailed the Jammu and Kashmir Police for providing assistance from time to time. He thanked the Chairperson and other lady members of PWWA for spearing valuable time with the special children.