Teaching kits distributed
IMPHAL | Jul 10
Relief Centre for the Welfare of Differently Abled Persons, Manipur distributed Teaching Learning Material (TLM) kits to the persons with intellectual disabilities at Manipur Press Club today.
It was distributed in association with state commission for Persons with Disabilities under the guidance of National Institute for the Empowerment of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (NIEPID).
Addressing the function as chief guest of the function, CAF and PD minister, Karam Shyam Singh said every differently abled person is born with some extraordinary quality. So instead of being depressed, they should try to explore their hidden talent.
The kits that were distributed today would be of immense help for them in exploring their ingrained skills, he added.
He continued that society has to play crucial role in empowering the differently abled person. People should show their love, respect and give them regard as their won brother and sister.
The minister also stated that the government is also taking proactive role for the welfare of differently abled person. He also appealed to parents of differently abled person to motivate and encourage their children all the time.
In his key note address, media advisor of the centre, Nimol Ningombam said that the centre is a non-profitable organisation working for the welfare of intellectually disabled people. The teaching kits were distributed after conducting survey. Apart from kits distribution, the centre is also taking up various activities to empower the physically challenged person such as providing vocational training in some courses.
Other dignitaries who attended the function were advisor of the Relief Centre for Welfare of Differently Abled Persons, Sapam Kunjakeshor; joint director, social welfare, Bantee singh Konthoujam; assistant professor, NIEPID, G. Mary Anurupa; lecturer, NIEPID, Mugesh Thulasikanthan; lecturer, NIEPID, Ravi Prakash Singh and president, state commissioner for disabilities, R.K. Kumarjit Singh as guests of honour and president respectively.
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