Digital Library


Establishment of Digital Library for physically challenged students

This innovative project of Digital Library for physically challenged is initiated with the financial help from ‘Rotary Club of Pune – Downtown’ with the motive that the door of knowledge can be opened for the Visually & Physically Challenged friends by giving them access to variety of books in free of cost.

    There are more than 300 books in this library in the digital (MP3 - Audio) form and they are in all three languages that is Marathi, English and Hindi. The blind and disable students can read these books with the help of the computer.

‘Digital  Library for Physically Challenged’ will work in 3 phases.

       Now Library is in the 1st phase where total 300 Audio Books of different subjects like  Motivation, Personality Development, General Knowledge, Good literature and preparation for competitive exams are available in Marathi, Hindi & English languages which can be listened by visually-challenged friends with the help of computers provided to them in the Library.

      In the 2nd Phase of this library we have planned to include more & more printed books which can be utilized by our other all types of physically challenged students.

      In the 3rd Phase of this library we have planned to make it e-Library by uploading our all the collection of books till that time on internet for our Physically Challenged friends of rural areas so that they can access it from their home also. Library would be accessed from all over India. We view this as a definitive moment in our journey as it is a first of its s kind in all over Maharashtra.

 This project is the first ever project of into kind in Pune city and it will enable the blind and disabled students to enjoy the classic works of literature.

 

Library was inaugurated by the well-known Industrialist and social worker Ms. Anu Aga

 

Visually Challenged students utilizing the Library Facility

 

The library was inaugurated by the well-known Industrialist and social worker Ms. Anu Aga while speaking on this occasion, she admired the work done by the ‘Association’ and expressed that this library will help the blind and disabled  students to enjoy the classic works of literature and to increase their knowledge.

Almost a hundred students are benefited by this facility.