“A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle.” - James Keller Sharing your knowledge does not mean less for you but more for others. That was precisely the case in Saathi’s upcoming initiative. *March 2020* A: “These exams are making me go crazy. So stressful.” B: “Don’t worry re, it’ll be over soon. The last… Continue reading 11. Virtual Study Circle
Today’s world may be empathetic towards differently abled people, but it definitely undermines their talents and ability to achieve something equal or even greater than themselves. Many have proven this misconception wrong and shown the world a glimpse of the potential and caliber that lies in specially abled people. Hence, to motivate and guide all… Continue reading 10. Lakshya Webinar-II
The world has a big misconception that a person with a disability cannot excel in life, that he does not have it in him to achieve his dreams. And society has made disabled students believe they should settle for less than they want and deserve. But some people went beyond society’s norms and achieved what… Continue reading 9. Lakshya Webinar-I
This article was written and improvised by the author as a part of an in-depth report submitted to the Department of Communication and Journalism, Savitribai Phule Pune University. The author holds an interest in writing about issues related to human rights, gender issues, and politics. The article has been published in Kartavya Sadhana, a magazine… Continue reading Kartavya Sadhana Magazine covered our Let’s Record Initiative
Saathi organized ‘Love at NO Sight’ - an interactive session on what's love for blind people, on 12th November 2020, through an online meet on Microsoft Teams in the presence of Mr. Sandeep Kumar Trivedi and Mrs. Vandana Trivedi, a couple who conducts matrimonial meets for blind individuals.The session began at 5.00 p.m. with the… Continue reading 3. Love at NO Sight.
After the initial interaction with the First Year blind students, it was time to have an orientation for all the volunteers who were eagerly waiting to know what Saathi was, how it works, and the treasure of fun that lies within the four walls of A3. Registration forms were already sent across the First-Year students… Continue reading 2. Saathi Orientation 20-21.
Saathi Enabling Centre, as a unit of SOEC is aimed at creating a friendly atmosphere for the visually impaired and other differently abled students by bridging the gap between the abled bodied and disabled students in the campus. SAATHI has been working on several issues and the special needs of visually impaired students by efforts… Continue reading SAATHI 2020-2021
To keep students updated on the technical know how of computing and its techniques, TTI in collaboration with the college runs computer classes in the computer lab equipped with JAWS software. Braille Corner has numerous Braille books to allow extra academic reading for visually impaired students. have you visited Braille corner ? What were your… Continue reading 9) Computer Classes and Braille Corner
Group picture of Saathis after the successful session. This ice breaker activity 'Music Masti Gappa Gaani' was organized at A2 Hall and it proved to be a very successful one. This was the last event of the odd semester (September 2019). Music Masti Gappa Gaani was a platform for people to come and perform whatever… Continue reading 7) Music Masti Gappa Gaani