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Mobility Training

Training may involve advising persons with low vision on using their residual vision to move around safely. It may also involve in-depth training on using a mobility aid such as white cane.

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Computer Training

Information technology provides immense hope in terms of education and employment opportunities for the disabled youngsters. Snehadeep is involved in imparting computer training to individuals with disabilities in order to keep them abreast of the IT world.

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Volunteerism

Snehadeep has largely depended on volunteers to carry out its functioning for the past 10 years. We immensely value the contribution of volunteers from different walks of life in bringing about positive changes into the lives of disabled children.

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Contribute & Share

Celebrate your birthdays, wedding anniversary or any other happy occasion with our students by sharing a meal, breakfast, lunch or dinner or you can contribute and bring hope to our students by making a donation via Paypal

 

Welcome to Snehadeep Trust for the Disabled

Snehadeep Trust for the Disabled was established in 1999 by three visually impaired graduates, who had a strong will to empower the disabled with life opportunities, which they had fought so hard for. The backbone of the organization is the buoyancy of these three strong-minded men: Paul Muddha is the managing trustee. He also works as a manager for Canara Bank, one of the largest nationalised banks in India, and was the first visually challenged person to get this coverted post; K G Mohan as its trustee. He is also working for the State Bank of India; Sreemann Narayan B G as its trustee and working as a Labour Inspector for the Government of Karnataka.  
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