[AI] Regarding Team viewer. As far as i know, there are no jaws scripts for team viewer. You can use jaws tandum instead to fix problems in remote pc.

Jay Emmareddy jaysofi at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 17 09:09:58 EDT 2010




Love, Jay


 
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> 1. Regarding team viewer (B. P. Mohith)
> 2. Re: about installing the dropbox. (padmanabham)
> 3. Job alert (Kotian, H P)
> 4. Re: Making it to MIT against odds (Vamshi G)
> 5. sending software through blue tooth -mobile? (Bijal Patel)
> 6. Re: Making it to MIT against odds (Kartik Sawhney)
> 7. Re: Making it to MIT against odds (Vamshi G)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 17:41:39 +0530
> From: "B. P. Mohith" <ckm.mohith at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: [AI] Regarding team viewer
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> Hi all,
> I am Mohith,
> There is a software called "team viewer" which enables us to take
> remote control of another computer and we can work in that computer by
> sitting in front of our PC.
> this software is very much helpful to trouble shoot the problems in
> another computer.
> I am unable to work in this software with the help of JAWS.
> I tried with JAWS 9 and 11.
> Is there any script for that or any other similar software which is
> compatible with JAWS.
> Please let me know regarding this. It is very important to me.
> 
> -- 
> "Strength is life, weakness is death"
> 
> Best Regards
> Mohith B. P.
> Personal ID:
> mohithbp at rediffmail.com
> bpmohith.ckm at gmail.com
> 
> Mobile:
> +919902361549
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> ------------------------------
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> Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 17:54:37 +0530
> From: "padmanabham" <padmanabam.muppa at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: Re: [AI] about installing the dropbox.
> Message-ID: <001d01cb0d4e$e53447d0$0201a8c0 at personal363836>
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> 
> please send your correct Email address to my personal id
> padmanabam.muppa at gmail.com
> with regards
> Padmanabham Muppa.
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "umarluhar" <umarluhar05 at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 4:28 PM
> Subject: Re: [AI] about installing the dropbox.
> 
> 
> > hello padmanabham sir as you wrote that you will send the invitation 
> > for dropbox. so please send.
> > ----- Original Message ----- 
> > From: "padmanabham" <padmanabam.muppa at gmail.com>
> > To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 11:53 PM
> > Subject: Re: [AI] about installing the dropbox.
> >
> >
> >> in order to use drop box, you should get invitation from one of its 
> >> users. Did you get the same? if not write to me off the list I will send 
> >> you invitation from drop box.
> >> with regards
> >> Padmanabham Muppa.
> >> ----- Original Message ----- 
> >> From: "umarluhar" <umarluhar05 at gmail.com>
> >> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> >> Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 11:02 PM
> >> Subject: [AI] about installing the dropbox.
> >>
> >>
> >>> hai friends i had downloaded the dropbox setup , I tryed to install,it 
> >>> asks for E mail id and passwords, I had entered the same. it says that 
> >>> this E mail ID has been taken.
> >>> but there is a dropbox submenu in my programme submenu. when I go to 
> >>> dropbox submenu. there are three items 1dropbox 2dropbox website and 
> >>> 3uninstall dropbox.
> >>> I had gone to dropbox but there also it asks for email and password.
> >>> there is a check box too.
> >>> and a pannel also.
> >>> so I request to our experts those who are using dropbox, please help me.
> >>> if any one of you is ready to help me online, I shall call him, my phone 
> >>> numbers are as follows: 09687362272.
> >>> please give me a misscall and i shall call.
> >>> waiting for your reply
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> Message: 3
> Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 17:46:53 +0530
> From: "Kotian, H P" <hpkotian at rbi.org.in>
> To: "accessindia at accessindia.org.in" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] Job alert
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> Hello
> Copying below a job alert I received.
> Harish Kotian
> 
> Hi
> 
> 
> 
> Our client is a leading BPO services Company with multiple locations across the country .
> 
> For their Delhi / gurgaon operations, they have the following immediate vacancies in the NON VOICE process
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Job Profile - Managing customer queries etc through email communication in French and German Language
> 
> 
> 
> Min. education qualification: Graduate in any discipline
> 
> 
> 
> Diploma in French or German Language
> 
> Age: 20 -35 years
> 
> 
> 
> Skills: Typing speed of 20-30 words per minute with minimum 90% accuracy along with
> 
> High proficiency and comprehension required in French or German language ,specially in written form).
> 
> 
> 
> Qualifying rounds :-
> 
> 
> 
> a) Written assessment
> 
> b) Typing test
> 
> c) Face to face interview with Operations management
> 
> 
> 
> Disability Type : Candidates with all Disability types are welcome to apply
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Salary - Best in the industry
> 
> 
> 
> Suitable candidates may pls send the resumes immediately at pwd at anubhuti.biz<mailto:pwd at anubhuti.biz>
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Thanks .
> 
> 
> 
> <http://images/cleardot.gif>
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> 
> --
> 
> Regards
> 
> Anubhuti
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> Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 18:18:30 +0530
> From: "Vamshi G" <gvamshiai at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: Re: [AI] Making it to MIT against odds
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> 
> Hi Karthik,
> 
> For taking sciences, you may contact L. Pavan, Mayank Sharma, who are on
> this very list.
> 
> Regards,
> Vamshi G
> M: +91 9949349497
> R: +91 877 2243861
> Skype: gvamshi81
> 
> www.retinaindia.org
> >From darkness unto light
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Kartik Sawhney
> Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 5:19 PM
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Making it to MIT against odds
> 
> This is Kartik. As is quite evident from my few previous mails, I want
> to take up PCM in class XI. However, I am currently facing many such
> hurdles. Can I get the contact No. of Srikant so that I can have a
> word with him. Your earliest response will be appreciated.
> 
> On 6/16/10, Swasti Mathur <swastimathur at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hi
> > hats off to The Srikant. he is a source of inspiration to hundreds and
> > thousands of future students who want to opt for PCM but step back due
> > to pulling by the society and many other circumstances acting like
> > non-avalibility of study material. really this boy is geneous.
> > may he climb the laddar of success throughout his life. waiting for a
> > chance to meet such a brilient guy! and exchange few words.
> > regards Swasti
> >
> > yogesh dubey wrote:
> >> Bolla Srikanth, a visually-challenged boy, is currently pursuing his
> >> Bachelor of Sciences at the varsity, says YOGENDRA KALAVALAPALLI
> >>
> >> - PHOTO: NAGARA GOPAL
> >>
> >> Winner: Bolla Srikanth in conversation with National Trust Chairperson
> >> Poonam Natarajan during the inaugural function of Abilities Mela 2010
> >> in Secunderabad.
> >>
> >>
> >> Bolla Srikanth was barely few years old when many in his community
> >> counselled his parents to abandon him. The pressure was heavy on his
> >> illiterate parents,
> >> a farmer father and housewife mother, but they never yielded. Had they
> >> heeded their advice, the world would have been minus one inspiring
> >> story today.
> >>
> >> >From a small village Sitaramapuram near Machlipatnam town in Krishna
> >> district, this visually-challenged boy has made it to the portals of
> >> the prestigious
> >> Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. The 18-year-old is
> >> currently pursuing his Bachelor of Sciences in Brain and Cognitive
> >> Science, Business Management
> >> and Computer Science at the varsity.
> >>
> >> "Though they are illiterate, both of them, they had strong will to get
> >> me educated. This inspired me," he says. Shortly after, about 13 years
> >> ago, an uncle
> >> of his enrolled him in Devnar School for the Blind in Hyderabad, and
> >> life took a different spin for Srikanth.
> >>
> >> "I didn't know anything when I joined school. I was like a rural
> >> introvert. I learned everything, I picked up English. I joined
> >> community service. Now,
> >> I have occupied a place in the society where people are respecting
> >> me," he says, "It has been a long journey."
> >>
> >> >From being a "rural introvert", Srikanth went on to secure 92 per cent
> >> in the Class 10 Board Examinations and was a two-time recipient of
> >> Pratibha Awards
> >> given by the Andhra Pradesh State government for students who excel in
> >> public examinations every year.
> >>
> >> He also received a citation for outstanding community service as Youth
> >> Leader in Lead India 2020 from former President APJ Abdul Kalam and
> >> was a national
> >> chess player playing against the likes of Koneru Humpy.
> >>
> >> Intermediate was next and he wanted to take up Maths, Physics,
> >> Chemistry (MPC) stream to be eligible to study engineering. But a
> >> disinclined officialdom
> >> was not encouraging. "When I visited the offices for the first time,
> >> they said get away from here. Even an IAS officer was not able to
> >> realise the potential
> >> of blind persons," he recollects.
> >>
> >> "After a lot of trouble," Srikanth finally managed to enrol himself
> >> for MPC stream at a private college, a good three months after the
> >> classes began. He
> >> went on to secure an aggregate percentage of 93 at the end of two years.
> >>
> >> Challenges persisted still. "When I wanted to prepare for IIT, one
> >> coaching centre told me straightaway I was not fit to join them."
> >> Another top institute
> >> in the country did not even bother to respond to his application. "I
> >> didn't even get my hall ticket. I was not even allowed to write AIEEE.
> >> But, I was
> >> not disturbed because I was focussed on my goal and I wanted to study
> >> Sciences."
> >>
> >> Guided by his mentors Swarnalatha, teacher at Devnar School for the
> >> Blind and G. Ravishankar, a software consultant in the US, Srikanth
> >> realised his ambition
> >> of studying at MIT. "Only 120 seats are open for international
> >> students for which students from 70 countries in the world fight," he
> >> says proudly of his
> >> admission that came with a US $49,000 scholarship.
> >>
> >> "My mentor Swarnalatha was like a backbone to me in whatever I did so
> >> far. She has worked harder than me." She was by his side throughout:
> >> fighting for
> >> him, managing his study expenses, recording material for him to study
> >> easily and even lodging him in her house during initial days of his
> >> Intermediate.
> >>
> >> Mr. Ravishankar, whom Srikanth met during an international conference
> >> at Indian School of Business, helped him apply to different
> >> universities abroad. "Because
> >> I was a special student, we had to fill up some special forms. He also
> >> worked really hard with me for six months. Even now he is in contact
> >> and helps me
> >> with whatever I want."
> >>
> >> Persons with disabilities, he says, suffer from lack of exposure and
> >> lack of opportunities. "You have to see where you stand in the
> >> society, not as a visually-challenged
> >> person but as a human being." He sings paeans about U.S. "The
> >> University is very helpful. They have so many resources. People don't
> >> show sympathy there.
> >> In fact they provide you opportunities." He has already finished two
> >> semesters at the university (scoring 5/5 GPA) and currently is
> >> interning with GE in
> >> Hyderabad.
> >>
> >> Srikanth is keen on entrepreneurship and plans to launch a software
> >> firm after his course where he wants to give opportunities to rural
> >> youth. "My life
> >> ambition is to become the president of India," he declares. Given the
> >> flak he has received so far and the grit with which he has overcome
> >> them all, don't
> >> dismiss him. Not yet, not so fast!
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
> > Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with
> > disability bill at:
> > http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm
> >
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> Message: 5
> Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 18:48:23 +0530
> From: "Bijal Patel" <bijalpatel123 at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Cc: List at voicevision.in, aktrust at googlegroups.com
> Subject: [AI] sending software through blue tooth -mobile?
> Message-ID: <007801cb0d56$68735ad0$0128a8c0 at adminb8d473a8f>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> 
> hello friends!
> I am using N 72. Is it possible to send any free software through blue tooth- mobile? I tried to send free software ultimate voice recorder from n 72 to n 72, but it failed sevrel times. is it necessary to change settings or other requirement for mobile?
> suggest me.
> thanks
> 
> With regards,
> Bijal
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 6
> Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 18:55:27 +0530
> From: Kartik Sawhney <sawhney.kartik at gmail.com>
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Making it to MIT against odds
> Message-ID:
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> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
> 
> Thank you, but I have already got in touch with both of them. I would
> like to interact with as many people as possible, and hence I desire
> the No.
> 
> On 6/16/10, Vamshi G <gvamshiai at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Karthik,
> >
> > For taking sciences, you may contact L. Pavan, Mayank Sharma, who are on
> > this very list.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Vamshi G
> > M: +91 9949349497
> > R: +91 877 2243861
> > Skype: gvamshi81
> >
> > www.retinaindia.org
> > From darkness unto light
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
> > [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Kartik Sawhney
> > Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 5:19 PM
> > To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> > Subject: Re: [AI] Making it to MIT against odds
> >
> > This is Kartik. As is quite evident from my few previous mails, I want
> > to take up PCM in class XI. However, I am currently facing many such
> > hurdles. Can I get the contact No. of Srikant so that I can have a
> > word with him. Your earliest response will be appreciated.
> >
> > On 6/16/10, Swasti Mathur <swastimathur at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> hi
> >> hats off to The Srikant. he is a source of inspiration to hundreds and
> >> thousands of future students who want to opt for PCM but step back due
> >> to pulling by the society and many other circumstances acting like
> >> non-avalibility of study material. really this boy is geneous.
> >> may he climb the laddar of success throughout his life. waiting for a
> >> chance to meet such a brilient guy! and exchange few words.
> >> regards Swasti
> >>
> >> yogesh dubey wrote:
> >>> Bolla Srikanth, a visually-challenged boy, is currently pursuing his
> >>> Bachelor of Sciences at the varsity, says YOGENDRA KALAVALAPALLI
> >>>
> >>> - PHOTO: NAGARA GOPAL
> >>>
> >>> Winner: Bolla Srikanth in conversation with National Trust Chairperson
> >>> Poonam Natarajan during the inaugural function of Abilities Mela 2010
> >>> in Secunderabad.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Bolla Srikanth was barely few years old when many in his community
> >>> counselled his parents to abandon him. The pressure was heavy on his
> >>> illiterate parents,
> >>> a farmer father and housewife mother, but they never yielded. Had they
> >>> heeded their advice, the world would have been minus one inspiring
> >>> story today.
> >>>
> >>> >From a small village Sitaramapuram near Machlipatnam town in Krishna
> >>> district, this visually-challenged boy has made it to the portals of
> >>> the prestigious
> >>> Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. The 18-year-old is
> >>> currently pursuing his Bachelor of Sciences in Brain and Cognitive
> >>> Science, Business Management
> >>> and Computer Science at the varsity.
> >>>
> >>> "Though they are illiterate, both of them, they had strong will to get
> >>> me educated. This inspired me," he says. Shortly after, about 13 years
> >>> ago, an uncle
> >>> of his enrolled him in Devnar School for the Blind in Hyderabad, and
> >>> life took a different spin for Srikanth.
> >>>
> >>> "I didn't know anything when I joined school. I was like a rural
> >>> introvert. I learned everything, I picked up English. I joined
> >>> community service. Now,
> >>> I have occupied a place in the society where people are respecting
> >>> me," he says, "It has been a long journey."
> >>>
> >>> >From being a "rural introvert", Srikanth went on to secure 92 per cent
> >>> in the Class 10 Board Examinations and was a two-time recipient of
> >>> Pratibha Awards
> >>> given by the Andhra Pradesh State government for students who excel in
> >>> public examinations every year.
> >>>
> >>> He also received a citation for outstanding community service as Youth
> >>> Leader in Lead India 2020 from former President APJ Abdul Kalam and
> >>> was a national
> >>> chess player playing against the likes of Koneru Humpy.
> >>>
> >>> Intermediate was next and he wanted to take up Maths, Physics,
> >>> Chemistry (MPC) stream to be eligible to study engineering. But a
> >>> disinclined officialdom
> >>> was not encouraging. "When I visited the offices for the first time,
> >>> they said get away from here. Even an IAS officer was not able to
> >>> realise the potential
> >>> of blind persons," he recollects.
> >>>
> >>> "After a lot of trouble," Srikanth finally managed to enrol himself
> >>> for MPC stream at a private college, a good three months after the
> >>> classes began. He
> >>> went on to secure an aggregate percentage of 93 at the end of two years.
> >>>
> >>> Challenges persisted still. "When I wanted to prepare for IIT, one
> >>> coaching centre told me straightaway I was not fit to join them."
> >>> Another top institute
> >>> in the country did not even bother to respond to his application. "I
> >>> didn't even get my hall ticket. I was not even allowed to write AIEEE.
> >>> But, I was
> >>> not disturbed because I was focussed on my goal and I wanted to study
> >>> Sciences."
> >>>
> >>> Guided by his mentors Swarnalatha, teacher at Devnar School for the
> >>> Blind and G. Ravishankar, a software consultant in the US, Srikanth
> >>> realised his ambition
> >>> of studying at MIT. "Only 120 seats are open for international
> >>> students for which students from 70 countries in the world fight," he
> >>> says proudly of his
> >>> admission that came with a US $49,000 scholarship.
> >>>
> >>> "My mentor Swarnalatha was like a backbone to me in whatever I did so
> >>> far. She has worked harder than me." She was by his side throughout:
> >>> fighting for
> >>> him, managing his study expenses, recording material for him to study
> >>> easily and even lodging him in her house during initial days of his
> >>> Intermediate.
> >>>
> >>> Mr. Ravishankar, whom Srikanth met during an international conference
> >>> at Indian School of Business, helped him apply to different
> >>> universities abroad. "Because
> >>> I was a special student, we had to fill up some special forms. He also
> >>> worked really hard with me for six months. Even now he is in contact
> >>> and helps me
> >>> with whatever I want."
> >>>
> >>> Persons with disabilities, he says, suffer from lack of exposure and
> >>> lack of opportunities. "You have to see where you stand in the
> >>> society, not as a visually-challenged
> >>> person but as a human being." He sings paeans about U.S. "The
> >>> University is very helpful. They have so many resources. People don't
> >>> show sympathy there.
> >>> In fact they provide you opportunities." He has already finished two
> >>> semesters at the university (scoring 5/5 GPA) and currently is
> >>> interning with GE in
> >>> Hyderabad.
> >>>
> >>> Srikanth is keen on entrepreneurship and plans to launch a software
> >>> firm after his course where he wants to give opportunities to rural
> >>> youth. "My life
> >>> ambition is to become the president of India," he declares. Given the
> >>> flak he has received so far and the grit with which he has overcome
> >>> them all, don't
> >>> dismiss him. Not yet, not so fast!
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with
> >> disability bill at:
> >> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm
> >>
> >> To unsubscribe send a message to accessindia-request at accessindia.org.in
> > with
> >> the subject unsubscribe.
> >>
> >> To change your subscription to digest mode or make any other changes,
> > please
> >> visit the list home page at
> >>
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> Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 19:20:45 +0530
> From: "Vamshi G" <gvamshiai at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: Re: [AI] Making it to MIT against odds
> Message-ID: <4c18d56c.0e36720a.7eb4.03c2 at mx.google.com>
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> 
> Hi,
> 
> Are you a person with low vision or total blindness?
> I know a few low vision people pursuing academics in sciences. 
> 
> Regards,
> Vamshi G
> M: +91 9949349497
> R: +91 877 2243861
> Skype: gvamshi81
> 
> www.retinaindia.org
> >From darkness unto light
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Kartik Sawhney
> Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 6:55 PM
> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] Making it to MIT against odds
> 
> Thank you, but I have already got in touch with both of them. I would
> like to interact with as many people as possible, and hence I desire
> the No.
> 
> On 6/16/10, Vamshi G <gvamshiai at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Karthik,
> >
> > For taking sciences, you may contact L. Pavan, Mayank Sharma, who are on
> > this very list.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Vamshi G
> > M: +91 9949349497
> > R: +91 877 2243861
> > Skype: gvamshi81
> >
> > www.retinaindia.org
> > From darkness unto light
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
> > [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of Kartik
> Sawhney
> > Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 5:19 PM
> > To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> > Subject: Re: [AI] Making it to MIT against odds
> >
> > This is Kartik. As is quite evident from my few previous mails, I want
> > to take up PCM in class XI. However, I am currently facing many such
> > hurdles. Can I get the contact No. of Srikant so that I can have a
> > word with him. Your earliest response will be appreciated.
> >
> > On 6/16/10, Swasti Mathur <swastimathur at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> hi
> >> hats off to The Srikant. he is a source of inspiration to hundreds and
> >> thousands of future students who want to opt for PCM but step back due
> >> to pulling by the society and many other circumstances acting like
> >> non-avalibility of study material. really this boy is geneous.
> >> may he climb the laddar of success throughout his life. waiting for a
> >> chance to meet such a brilient guy! and exchange few words.
> >> regards Swasti
> >>
> >> yogesh dubey wrote:
> >>> Bolla Srikanth, a visually-challenged boy, is currently pursuing his
> >>> Bachelor of Sciences at the varsity, says YOGENDRA KALAVALAPALLI
> >>>
> >>> - PHOTO: NAGARA GOPAL
> >>>
> >>> Winner: Bolla Srikanth in conversation with National Trust Chairperson
> >>> Poonam Natarajan during the inaugural function of Abilities Mela 2010
> >>> in Secunderabad.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Bolla Srikanth was barely few years old when many in his community
> >>> counselled his parents to abandon him. The pressure was heavy on his
> >>> illiterate parents,
> >>> a farmer father and housewife mother, but they never yielded. Had they
> >>> heeded their advice, the world would have been minus one inspiring
> >>> story today.
> >>>
> >>> >From a small village Sitaramapuram near Machlipatnam town in Krishna
> >>> district, this visually-challenged boy has made it to the portals of
> >>> the prestigious
> >>> Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. The 18-year-old is
> >>> currently pursuing his Bachelor of Sciences in Brain and Cognitive
> >>> Science, Business Management
> >>> and Computer Science at the varsity.
> >>>
> >>> "Though they are illiterate, both of them, they had strong will to get
> >>> me educated. This inspired me," he says. Shortly after, about 13 years
> >>> ago, an uncle
> >>> of his enrolled him in Devnar School for the Blind in Hyderabad, and
> >>> life took a different spin for Srikanth.
> >>>
> >>> "I didn't know anything when I joined school. I was like a rural
> >>> introvert. I learned everything, I picked up English. I joined
> >>> community service. Now,
> >>> I have occupied a place in the society where people are respecting
> >>> me," he says, "It has been a long journey."
> >>>
> >>> >From being a "rural introvert", Srikanth went on to secure 92 per cent
> >>> in the Class 10 Board Examinations and was a two-time recipient of
> >>> Pratibha Awards
> >>> given by the Andhra Pradesh State government for students who excel in
> >>> public examinations every year.
> >>>
> >>> He also received a citation for outstanding community service as Youth
> >>> Leader in Lead India 2020 from former President APJ Abdul Kalam and
> >>> was a national
> >>> chess player playing against the likes of Koneru Humpy.
> >>>
> >>> Intermediate was next and he wanted to take up Maths, Physics,
> >>> Chemistry (MPC) stream to be eligible to study engineering. But a
> >>> disinclined officialdom
> >>> was not encouraging. "When I visited the offices for the first time,
> >>> they said get away from here. Even an IAS officer was not able to
> >>> realise the potential
> >>> of blind persons," he recollects.
> >>>
> >>> "After a lot of trouble," Srikanth finally managed to enrol himself
> >>> for MPC stream at a private college, a good three months after the
> >>> classes began. He
> >>> went on to secure an aggregate percentage of 93 at the end of two years.
> >>>
> >>> Challenges persisted still. "When I wanted to prepare for IIT, one
> >>> coaching centre told me straightaway I was not fit to join them."
> >>> Another top institute
> >>> in the country did not even bother to respond to his application. "I
> >>> didn't even get my hall ticket. I was not even allowed to write AIEEE.
> >>> But, I was
> >>> not disturbed because I was focussed on my goal and I wanted to study
> >>> Sciences."
> >>>
> >>> Guided by his mentors Swarnalatha, teacher at Devnar School for the
> >>> Blind and G. Ravishankar, a software consultant in the US, Srikanth
> >>> realised his ambition
> >>> of studying at MIT. "Only 120 seats are open for international
> >>> students for which students from 70 countries in the world fight," he
> >>> says proudly of his
> >>> admission that came with a US $49,000 scholarship.
> >>>
> >>> "My mentor Swarnalatha was like a backbone to me in whatever I did so
> >>> far. She has worked harder than me." She was by his side throughout:
> >>> fighting for
> >>> him, managing his study expenses, recording material for him to study
> >>> easily and even lodging him in her house during initial days of his
> >>> Intermediate.
> >>>
> >>> Mr. Ravishankar, whom Srikanth met during an international conference
> >>> at Indian School of Business, helped him apply to different
> >>> universities abroad. "Because
> >>> I was a special student, we had to fill up some special forms. He also
> >>> worked really hard with me for six months. Even now he is in contact
> >>> and helps me
> >>> with whatever I want."
> >>>
> >>> Persons with disabilities, he says, suffer from lack of exposure and
> >>> lack of opportunities. "You have to see where you stand in the
> >>> society, not as a visually-challenged
> >>> person but as a human being." He sings paeans about U.S. "The
> >>> University is very helpful. They have so many resources. People don't
> >>> show sympathy there.
> >>> In fact they provide you opportunities." He has already finished two
> >>> semesters at the university (scoring 5/5 GPA) and currently is
> >>> interning with GE in
> >>> Hyderabad.
> >>>
> >>> Srikanth is keen on entrepreneurship and plans to launch a software
> >>> firm after his course where he wants to give opportunities to rural
> >>> youth. "My life
> >>> ambition is to become the president of India," he declares. Given the
> >>> flak he has received so far and the grit with which he has overcome
> >>> them all, don't
> >>> dismiss him. Not yet, not so fast!
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
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