Education For Visually Challenged

FREE Quality Education for the Visually Challenged

They are deprived of Vision. But their vision is fair and realistic.

VTS empowers visually impaired youth by providing them free quality education with the best use of latest technology. VTS supports a school and a college (Junior and Degree) for the blind students. The students are provided complete care with FREE quality Education, Accommodation, Food, Clothes and primary medical care. The students are educated using computers equipped with “Braille software and Braille printers.”

Voted as ‘Best School’ in India for the visually challenged by ‘National Association for the Blind’ (NAB)

Short video about our Organisations and Students.

More than 15 million people in India who are blind are dependant on some one. But our students don’t depend on any. Our JET Nethra Vidyalaya established under the guidance of Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji, the students are becoming all-rounders in all fields and leading a confident life.

Their fingers have eyes…
Their ears have vision… 
Their hearts have courage…
Their lives are full of zeal… 
They are deprived of physical vision
Yet, their vision is fair and realistic.

 Let’s encourage them!

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Many Success Stories

A visually challenged student proves that nothings stands as a hurdle when one is strongly determined.

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Achievements of our Students

Our Nethra Vidyalaya students are all-rounders in all fields. They lead in academics, sports, arts, computers, karate and what not.

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Transforming lives through diversity and inclusion. Their vision is beyond what one can imagine. Thanks to Braille and JAWS.

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