The books will likely be uploaded on the faculty web site this week. The mission undertaken by National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers was launched on Sunday from time to time of Girl Child day.

PUBLISHED ON JAN 25, 2021 03:51 AM IST

From poetry, fiction, and classics in regional language, to course texts in English and Hindi, round 150 college students from Miranda House have created a repository of audio recordsdata comprising 53 books to assist visually challenged college students who can not entry readers or literary content material simply.

The books will likely be uploaded on the faculty web site this week.

The mission undertaken by National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers was launched on Sunday from time to time of Girl Child day. As many as 148 volunteers learn books by 20 authors in varied regional languages together with Bengali, Maithili, Marathi, Nepali, Telugu, and Punjabi in two months, the faculty mentioned.

Rekha Kumar, a instructor at Miranda House who can also be the programme officer at NSS, mentioned the thought was conceptualized for visually impaired college students who couldn’t attain out to readers and writers because of the pandemic.

“We wanted to ease their problems and that is why we create the audio library which they can access at any time as per their convenience,” she mentioned.

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