Education

Odisha blind students get 100 laptops

Bhubaneswar: Odisha SSEPD and MSME Minister Prafulla Samal on Tuesday distributed 100 laptops to blind students pursuing higher education and self-employment tool kits to 31 skilled youth with disabilities at a programme held here.

The programme organised by the National Career Service Centre for Differently Abled (NCSCD), a Central Government unit,  was attended by Special secretary Niten Chandra, Director Mansi Nimbhal, Under Secretary Ambika Prasad Patnaik and NCSDA Director (employment) Ram Kishor Sharma, among others.

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