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Ali Yavar Jung National Institute for the Hearing Handicapped (AYJNIHH) , Bandra West, Mumbai

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Why Join Ali Yavar Jung National Institute for the Hearing Handicapped (AYJNIHH)

  • Offers wide range of UG and PG programs for the Hearing Handicapped students
  • Special Researches in the field of Education
  • Special Education Programs for Physically challenged students
  • Number of Community Programme for the students
  • Specially designed study material
  • New and Innovative Teaching methods
  • Special NIOS programs for Xth and XIIth

Institute Details

  • Placement Services

    AYJNIHH announces the setting up of a Placement Cell for providing job opportunities to students/alumni of the Institute. The placement cell aims at creating an interface between the world of employment and the academia, thereby serving to be mutually beneficial to the students/alumni of the institute. Objectives of the Cell are - to create and maintain a database of profile of students, to create and maintain a database of profile of prospective employers and to facilitate campus interview for placements.
  • Infrastructure / Teaching Facilities

    Institute provides wide range of facilities for the students including:
    • Parental guidance and reference
    • School Placement
    • Personalised Education support
    • Providing wide range of schemes and concession in fees
    • Clinical Services
    • Development of Reading and Writing skills
  • Institute Description

    Ali Yavar Jung National Institute for the Hearing Handicapped (AYJNIHH) was established on 9th August 1983. It is an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India, New Delhi. The Institute is located at Bandra (West), Mumbai – 400 050.

    Regional Centres of the Institute have been established at Kolkata (1984), New Delhi (1986), Secundarabad (1986) and Bhubaneshwar (1986- in association with Government of Orissa). These are centres aimed at meeting the local and regional needs in terms of manpower development and services.

    The District Disability Rehabilitation Centre (DDRCs) under Gramin Punarvasan Yojana (GPY) a programme of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India was started in the year 2000. The objective of the programme is to provide total rehabilitation to persons with sensory (hearing and vision), physical and mental disabilities.
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