Vice-President of Haryana Welfare Society for Persons with Speech and Hearing Impairment Dr Sharanjeet Kaur sharing information about the work of the Society with Governor Shri Bandaru Dattatraya during a courtesy call
Chandigarh, December 22, 2022: Haryana Governor Shri Bandaru Dattatraya on Thursday congratulated Haryana Welfare Society for Persons with Speech and Hearing Impairment (HWSPSHI) Vice-President Dr Sharanjit Kaur and her entire team for getting two national awards for Bijendra Khatana and Anjali.
They received the award from President Smt Droupadi Murmu on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3 at Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi. Bijendra Khatana has been honored with the National Award for Judo and Stational Educator and Anjali for Cricket and Special Educator. Shri Dattatraya also congratulated them and conveyed his best wishes!
Shri Dattatraya said that HWSPSHI should engage with the enlightened and prosperous people of the society so that the needy people are helped in more ways than one. He said that signing MoUs with universities and other institutions by the organization for all round development of deaf children is also a commendable initiative. HWSPSHI has signed MoUs with many universities including MDU, Rohtak, and SUPVA to develop visual art skills among special children.
Dr Sharanjit Kaur on Thursday made a courtesy call on Governor Shri Bandaru Dattatraya at Raj Bhavan.
Dr Kaur informed that HWSPSHI, Panchkula, has received 30 State Awards and five National Awards in the last five years for their commendable work in the field of empowering persons with disabilities.
Dr Sharanjeet Kaur said that last week a unique cafe ‘Defeteria’ has been started at HWSPSHI, Panchkula campus, which will not only provide employment to the children but will also help them start their own startups after getting training.
“This is an important step towards promoting social inclusion, self-reliance and life skills as well as fostering the spirit of entrepreneurship,” she said, adding that Digital Sign Language Lab for equity and quality in educating and skilling special children has been started.
For popularising the Indian Sign Language (ISL), ‘Charity to Dignity’ model has been started. Vice Chancellor of Maharishi Dayanand University Prof Rajbir Singh was also present during the courtesy meeting.
Vice-President of Haryana Welfare Society for Persons with Speech and Hearing Impairment Dr Sharanjeet Kaur sharing information about the work of the Society with Governor Shri Bandaru Dattatraya during a courtesy call on Thursday at Raj Bhavan. MDU Vice Chancellor Prof Rajbir Singh was also present on the occasion.