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B'luru firm provides blind kids with books in Braille
short by Bhavika Bhuwalka / on Monday, 26 September, 2016
Mitra Jyothi, a 26-year-old organisation in Bengaluru, provides blind students with books in Braille. It also runs a library that stores and supplies audiobooks, that have been converted to recordings from printed books by volunteers. The library houses close to 5,000 books in four regional languages. Mitra Jyothi also provides basic computer training to blind students.
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