[AI] Fw: (Keralavision) k.f.b. students forum plea.

Krishnan moothimoola at gmail.com
Mon Jun 21 23:03:28 EDT 2010


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From: Krishnan 
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Subject: (Keralavision) k.f.b. students forum plea.




Date:22/06/2010 URL: http://www.thehindu.com/2010/06/22/stories/2010062259920200.htm 
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Kerala - Kochi 

Plea by visually challenged students 



Staff Reporter 






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The forum has sought free education for

the students.


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KOCHI: The students' forum of the Kerala Federation of the Blind has urged the government to release the benefits for visually challenged students immediately.

A release issued by the forum here said that the visually challenged students had failed to receive the benefits in a time-bound manner.

It said that students had not received hostel grants. The forum has requested the authorities to provide free education to the visually challenged students, without considering the annual income of their parents.

The release said that visually challenged students could not pursue their higher education goals following the irresponsible stance taken by the authorities. The forum has plans to launch an agitation to press its demands.








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