Mysore, June 10- The National Association for the Blind (NAB), Karnataka Branch, Bangalore, is conducting a twelve-month industrial training programme (21st batch) for the visually impaired and hearing impaired boys and girls at NAB Industrial Training Centre for the Blind and Deaf, in city.
The purpose of the training is to make them capable of being independent and impart vocational skills.
Training will be given in light engineering, screen printing, coil winding, plastic injection moulding, welding, recaning, basic electricals, coir rope and mat-making.
Visually impaired and hearing impaired boys and girls of Karnataka domicile in the age group of 17 to 25 years, who have passed SSLC exam, may apply to the Manager, NAB Industrial Training Centre for the Blind and Deaf, Sheds C-177/178, Yadavagiri Industrial Area, Mysore-570 020.
Visually impaired candidates should have the knowledge of Kannada and English Braille and hearing impaired candidates should know the sign language. A stipend of Rs. 250 per month will be paid to all the selected candidates.
Applications are being issued from May 8 and last date for submission of application is June 21.
Interview for applicants will be held on June 30 and training programme will commence from July 8.
Incomplete applications received after last date will not be considered, according to a press release from the Centre Manager.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore