- To generate interest in assistive technology within the visually impaired community.
- To motivate students with visual impairment to learn, practise and refine their Braille and assistive technology skills.
- To create a platform where these skills are rewarded and overtly acknowledged as indispensable and crucial to the independent living and functioning of people with visual impairment.
- The speed and accuracy aspect of the competition intends to encourage the students to develop the requisite skills to do their schoolwork, assignments, tests and exams independently using assistive technology.
- To prepare students with the technical skills that will enable them to become valuable members of the workforce in the future.
The rationale behind organizing this event is to sensitize the community and motivate the students to adopt the latest assistive technology solutions instead of depending on traditional Braille for their education.
Project Details :
- Sub-junior (grades 3-5)
- Junior (grades 6-9)
- Senior (grades 9-12)
|EVENTS & CATEGORIES|
|1||English Speed & Accuracy competition||Sub Junior (Grade 3 to Grade 5)|
|2||English Speed & Accuracy competition||Junior (Grade 6 to Grade 8)|
|3||English Speed & Accuracy competition||Senior (Grade 9 to Grade 12)|
|4||Hindi Speed & Accuracy competition||Sub Junior (Grade 3 to Grade 5)|
|5||Hindi Speed & Accuracy competition||Junior (Grade 6 to Grade 8)|
|6||Hindi Speed & Accuracy competition||Senior (Grade 9 to Grade 12)|
|7||English Orbit Speed and accuracy competition||Junior (Grade 6 to Grade 8)|
Winners and Awards :
- Three winners were chosen from each of the seven categories and were given cash awards, medals, and certificates.
- First, second, and third prize winners received a cash prize of Rs.7,000, Rs.5,000, and Rs.3,000 respectively.
- All winners received medals along with cash prizes.
- All participants in the competition received certificates of participation in appreciation of their efforts.
- The title of “Fastest Fingers” was awarded to the student who won the maximum number of medals.
- The school with the maximum number of winners was awarded the “Best Participating School” title
Winners of the Competition
|S.No||Winners||No.of Medals||Category||School Name|
|1||Hitesh Dagar||2||Sub-Junior||DAV Public School|
|2||Vatshal||1||Sub-Junior||Sunrise Ville school|
|3||Yusuf Zaman||2||Sub-Junior||Vibgyor High School|
|4||Hari Om||2||Junior||Salwan Public School|
|5||Madhubanti Rohit||1||Junior||Nethra Vidyalaya|
|6||Anmol Narula||2||Junior||Tulsi Public School|
|7||Ashvin Rajesh||1||Senior||Mount Carmel School|
|8||Pranam Srivastava||2||Senior||Millennium School|
|9||Naman Khetrpal||1||Senior||Pathway World School|
|10||Aman Kumar||1||Sub-Junior||Tagore International School|
|11||Rahul Kumar||1||Junior||Dharam Public School|
|13||Rohit Saini||1||Senior||Rajasthan Netraheen Kalyan Sangh|
|14||Pallavi Adhikari||1||Senior||Salwan Public School|
|16||Pari Kumari||1||Junior||Salwan Public School|
- SAKASHAM SCHOOL was awarded the “Best Participating School” title Won 14 Medals
- Anmol Narula was awarded the title of “Fastest Fingers”