Delegates form Ireland came to JIVA Campus and visited Nethra Vidyalaya - Junior and Degree College for the Blind on 10.5.2018. They were on their business trip to India. On request of Smn. Dr. Rameswar Rao, they came all [...]
The never ending efforts of our Nethravidyalaya students has achieved a 100% pass result this year in APSSC 2017-2018. 10th Topper of our school has received a GPA of 8.8/10. Last but not least has scored 7.8 GPA and have [...]
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The students are blind. And yet so determined to study, work and live independently. They wish to make their parents and guardians proud, despite their visual disability. They are indeed pillars of motivation for not only the visually challenged, but [...]
When a part of the body suffers, the rest of the body reacts – United India Insurance Company finds its way to Netra Vidyalaya !
Netra Vidyalaya grooms visually challenged children to be independent, brave and happy – reminding them that we are all parts of the same body, the body of Existence. A thorn stuck into your foot causes tears in your eyes, hands [...]
Recently, Divis Laboratories Ltd. donated Rs.1,00,000/- to Netra Vidyalaya Junior and Degree College students, for the purchase of Braille papers. [Braille paper is a special quality of paper used for producing Braille books or embossed sheets.]
Narayanamma Women's Engineering College students attended and wrote Intermediate Sanskrit exam as scribs. They were later invited to JIVA campus and given prasadam and HH Chinna Jeeyar Swamijis mangalasasanams through Sri Sri Sri Ahobila Jeeyar Swamiji. They were very happy [...]
On 25th Feb 2018, Spurthi Vision Care Society conducted MINI MARATHON for Specially abled children at Phoenix Arena, Cyber Gates. Netra Vidyalaya students paticipated in this event with great enthusiasm and walked away with Memento,Medals and Participation Certificates.
They are blind. They do not have the vision of a normal person. They do not lead a normal life like so many others! Many of them do not have the resources or help to study and live independently. But [...]