[AI] confusing about future:
sawhney.kartik at gmail.com
Wed Jun 9 12:32:49 EDT 2010
Blind students are eligible to pursue BCA degree. Several universities
like Delhi University etc. are already offering this course to
visually challenged students. Further, Visual Basic is accessible with
Jaws, and there is no problem in we working with VB. So, you may go
ahead and pursue BCA without any hezitation whatsoever.
On 6/9/10, Raju singh <bidhwin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello sir!
> I am raju singh. and I want to know the following courses.
> sir, can any blind do BCA degree? if not then which degree is applicable for
> us? sir, I request so, because I am a computer lover, and want to go further
> with computer. yes, I have a full knowledge of basic and multi media course
> like word, excel, excess, powerpoint, web page designing, etc. but, I want
> to go further on computer field. I have ask about visual basic to number of
> sighted person,but according to there openion, visual basic is not
> accessable for blind person, but I red in the JAWS help topic, all the
> keystrokes, and some helpfull hints for visual basic has been given.
> therefore I am so confusing, that what to do further, yes, I am studying In
> b.a first year, but computer is my special corriculum. therefor I want to go
> further. I don't know, but after the complesion of my graduation, I want to
> do MCA degree. but I don't know about the fact that blind can do MCA or not.
> therefore I am still weighting your reply that please suggest for me about
> the courses that living basic course, what further can blind do?
> lastly I like to conclude the message by saying that please reply without
> sincerely. yours. Raju singh.
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