Pune: Students of Vision School and Rehabilitation Centre for blind and deaf in Kausar Bagh shine in the world of language and skills

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Pune, 8th April 2024: Vision School Rehabilitation Center for the blind and deaf boys and girls, Kausar Bagh in Kondhwa has recently emerged as one of the most important institutions imparting language and skill based education to its inmates. The school students are known for their mastery in Marathi language and their vision for the development of the nation. Rais Khan, Director of Vision School laid the foundation of the institution in 2013 and at that time there were only 4 to 5 students. The school has blossomed into a big institution today with 113 male and female students on the rolls. The school is also home to a number of students from outside Maharashtra which speaks volumes about the global outlook of the school, its founder and the students. Rais Khan said that the school has stood the test of time due to relentless support of donors from all of life who have been contributing to its regular growth. Blind teacher Abdul Aziz Bundela spoke eloquently in Marathi language where he explained the importance of Marathi language learning and knowledge transfer

. President of Humanist Society Ghaffar Khan guided the students. On this occasion President of Humanist Social Services Association Ghaffar Khan, Secretary Ashok Jadhav, Vice President Prakash Rawalkar, Treasurer Saeed Sheikh, Padmakar Bande, Mehmood Bhandari, Sunil Patekar, Safia Khan, I. M. Sheikh , Prominent social worker Anzar Rade, Aira Sheikh, Rahim Sheikh, Sanjay Kumar Nanaware, Secretary Naeem Khan, and Muzaffar Sheikh were present. Dattatray Bhosale proposed a vote of thanks. A donation check of Rs.11,000/- was handed over on behalf of Humanist Samaj Seva Sangathan for providing educational materials to the school children.