• Education of visually impaired girls in Jharkhand with an emphasis on making them employable for the job market
  • Developing their hidden talents in music, singing, drama, dance, etc.
  • Total integrated approach to education treating them at par with the sighted children
  • Making the visually impaired independent in performing their tasks

Our Objectives

  • Teaching and preparing these blind children for the plus-2 examination of National Integrated Open School (NIOS)
  • Training them on computers with the help of EnAble India of Bangalore and Technical Training Institute of Pune in order to make them employable in public sector and IT companies particularly for Call Canters.
  • Diversifying their talent into learning fine arts such as music, singing, drama, dance, etc.
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Current Activities

The School classes are held from 10 AM to 2 PM and the Course followed is that of National Integrated Open School (NIOS). In addition, inputs are provided with the School’s own course material and special attention is given to weaker students

From 3 PM to 4:30 PM the girls are taught music and singing under expert guidance which has resulted in the girls commendable efficiency in singing devotional and patriotic songs.

From 5 PM to 7 PM the senior girls undergo computer training on voice-activated computers to enable them to become proficient for possible future employment in IT Companies and Call Centres.

The girls are taught to be self-reliant and are able to take care of their daily chores on their own.
Cleaning of the hostel and helping in the cooking of meals is also their responsibility.

Besides the above regular schedule, many other activities take place on the School campus, involving the children, some of which are enumerated below.

  • Cultural programs are periodically held in the school premises and outside in which the girls give an excellent performance and sing songs, poems and present dances to the delight of the audience, consisting of committee members and public invitees.
  • Number of well-wishers and donors to the School regularly visit the Institution and offer meals and ration to the children, particularly during holidays. Notable among them are members of Radhakrishna Mandir, Mr. Anil Yadav, Mr. Rohit Taneja, Ms Maneesha Poddar, Ms Anshul Kejariwal, Ms Sudha Modi, Ms Kanta Lohia, Ms Jaya Varma, Mr. S.N. Prasad, Ms Manju Sarawgi, Ms, Suneeta Modi, Ms Ladi Saluga, Ladies from JFSOWA, students from ICFAI and many other donors.
  • Central Coalfields Limited regularly sends their medical team to check the health of the children.
  • The girls regularly take part in the programme drawn up on World Disabled Day, which falls every year on 3rd December.
  • The girls take part in the cultural function held in Raj Bhavan under the patronage of the Governor.
  • The girls also take part in Sit-and-Draw competition held in the city and have won laurels in the same in the past.
  • the students have also enacted plays on current topics for the public of Ranchi. In 2012 the theme was on "Climate Change", in 2013, it was on "Corruption" and in 2014 it was on "The Girl Child". All the plays were well appreciated by the audience and received excellent press coverage.
  • One of our blind girls named Tumpa who is blessed with God-gifted voice achieved national and International fame when her song went viral on the internet. She is currently receiving musical training under famous singer Sri Hariharan Jee in Mumbai who had offered to help her in her musical career.
  • A Clip on her song can be heared on NDTV.

The Institution is a member of the National Association for the Blind, India.