Karna Vidya Foundation

Empowerment through Employment for Persons with Visual Impairment.

( Rehabilitation, career guidance and counseling services to persons with visual Impairments children and adults for education, livelihood opportunities.)

MoU Signed with Kalasalingam University

Karna Vidya Foundation signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kalasalingam University to initiate the Training cum Placement centre for the Visually Impaired for the Southern parts of Tamil Nadu on 12th December 2016

Learning through listening

Equipped with 20-seat computer classroom, the Centre trains students from weaker sections, to enhance their education. “Karna Vidya means learning through hearing. Visually challenged students have enormous capacity to learn and gather information through their keen hearing capabilities,” said G. Balasubrahmanyan, former president, RCMC. The assistive technologies makes information accessible to them. “The Centre, which…

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What is a Talking ATM?

A Talking ATM is a type of automated teller machine (ATM) that provides audible instructions so that persons who cannot read an ATM screen can independently use the machine. The world’s first talking ATM for the blind was an NCR machine unveiled by the Royal Bank of Canada on October 22, 1997 at a bank…

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Admissions are opened for Competitifve Examinations Preparatory  Course (CEPC) up to 1st August (Friday )2014 at KVTC Registrations are invited from visually impaired friends for  General Health Camp on 16th August (Saturday) 2014. The last date for  registration is 10th August (Sunday) 2014.