This vocation being environmental and requiring no academic qualification is a source of relief for all those physically challenged persons who struggle to fit themselves into a world full of competition.
This program was specially designed to encourage the disabled from the rural sector.
Nirmalya decided to enhance this effort by providing reading material to those who are striving to know more about their surroundings.
In March 2009, Nirmalya Trust started Indias 1st Electronic Braille Library.
Formal education in institutions has been made available for the disabled, but unfortunately many people do not avail of this opportunity. Even in big cities, parents shy away from the hassle and bureaucratic hurdles of educating their disabled children.
Educating the disabled, the parents of the disabled, and society to make education easily accessible is a task Nirmalya has taken upon itself.
Because of this they often tread the wrong path. With the sources at the development center, we wish to form a bridge between these two vastly different worlds and give direction to young minds.
We propose to hold workshops and lectures on:
At Nirmalya, we conduct discussions on environmental issues. Our vocational training unit Sunkisd Plant Nursery is an active working area where we constantly focus our attention towards growing more trees.
Our team of volunteers roams from village to village, talks to gram sevaks, panchayat samities, school teachers, and students.