Manish Sisodia distributes laptops to over 5,000 specially-abled students

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Updated on Apr 23, 2022 09:44 IST

Along with the distribution of learning aids, a special exhibition was also organised that showcased the work of these children studying in Delhi government schools under skill areas like art, craft, business blasters, pre-vocational and vocational.

Manish Sisodia distributes laptops to specially-abled children

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia distributed laptops along with other learning aids to over 5,000 children with special needs studying in state government. The initiative was conducted under the Delhi government's Talent Promotion Policy. Under this policy, the government support children with special needs in the form of suitable aids, equipment and learning materials.

Along with the distribution of learning aids, a special exhibition was also organised that showcased the work of these children studying in Delhi government schools under skill areas like art, craft, business blasters, pre-vocational and vocational.

According to an official statement released by the government, the scheme covered specially-abled children under 21 categories and helps them enhance their learning capabilities and productivity, the statement said. To facilitate the children with special needs (CWSN) studying in Delhi government schools, Sisodia distributed laptops, tablet computers, sports kits and teaching aids to 5,322 children of Classes 8 to 12.

Talking about the initiative carried out by the government, Sisodia said, “Children with special needs are determined to learn but they often face challenges in different aspects of life, which hinders their development and restricts them from participating at the community level. The Talent Promotion Scheme is a small step by the (Arvind) Kejriwal government to provide support to the special children in our schools and help them enhance their productivity and efficiency,"

The minister further added that this effort will surely help them lead a better life. Sisodia said these special children are trying their best to learn and it is the government's duty to provide every possible support to them.

"They must not feel left out at any cost. It is the vision of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal that if nature has provided fewer resources and opportunities to any person, it is the government's duty to provide them an equal platform and support them in every given need. We are just following his vision," he said.

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