SAKSHAM has been converting regular books into audiobooks for decades. It's been a long winding road from that moment to the present time, but presently, the Sugamaya Pustakalaya digital library that is supported by the Indian government more than 500,000 titles available for the blind and print disabled persons. This adds up to the books … Continue reading The Largest Collection Of Online Materials For The Visually Impaired
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor launched a new mobile application to help visually impaired persons in identifying the denomination of currency notes known as the Mobile Aided Note Identifier (MANI), the RBI app can be freely downloaded from Android Playstore or iOS. This new application will help the visually impaired people to identify … Continue reading MANI – Mobile Aided Note Identifier.
Against all odds, a visually impaired student Ms Tapaswini Das has cleared the Odisha Civil Service Examination in 2018 conducted by the Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC). With her strong determination to achieve her goals, she secured 161st position in the exam in which 218 have qualified. Ms Tapaswini who is a resident of Bhubaneshwar … Continue reading Odisha’s First Visually Impaired Women IAS Officer
Saksham is all set to launch its EVO-E10 and Saktek Online Store this Saturday on 14 December 2019. The EVO-E10 is a daisy player specially designed to be a complete audio substitute for print material. It can be a game-changer for students with visual impairment allowing them to easily record lectures in the classroom or … Continue reading Launch of Saksham’s EVO-E10 and Saktek Online Store!
A comparative analysis of all the apps recently developed for money transaction. Over a decade, we get to see the remarkable progress made, which has increased the worth of a smartphone in manifolds. The best part of these apps is that, every individual regardless of his or her disability can access and perform their mundane … Continue reading Paytm or Google Pay- Which one is more accessible?
Children who are unable to cope with formal education as a result of their low IQ are given vocational training. They receive functional knowledge of Mathematics, Science, and Social Sciences through the vocational training they receive. For instance, they learn maths while they sort shapes, count and string beads to make jewelry. They learn about … Continue reading Vocational Training at Saksham Resource Centre
A device which allows a print disabled person to read digital talking books and audio material, access e-text / computer-generated material, as well as to record information. Saksham has introduced two high-end daisy players which are apt for Indian users. Saksham Evo E5 and Evo E-10 have created a boom in the market. The devices … Continue reading A complete audio substitute for print material- Daisy Player