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Ahmadi School for the Blind

Ahmadi School for the Blind was started on 27 November 1927, inaugurated by then governor of UP, William Marris. The school was meant to teach visually handicapped children. The boarding and lodging for the students are arranged free of cost. They are also trained in vocational skills like chair recaning and weaving.

Updated on 29th September, 2015
District: Aligarh
Location: Aligarh    


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