Amway India along with the National Association for the Blind has set up a Braille library for the visually impaired students at the Knowledge Centre for the Disabled here.
Social Welfare Minister Bijita Nath today formally inaugurated the library, the fifth such libraries being set up by Amway India across Eastern and Northeastern regions after Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Siliguri and Aizawl. Amway India has set up 31 Braille Libraries in India under National project for the Blind. In East, Amway India has set up four more such Braille libraries at Guwahati, Shillong, Patna and Ranchi, a press release said. The library will offer Braille versions of a variety of books and journals and CDs ranging from academic books, fiction, self-help, general knowledge for the benefit of more than 150 visually impaired students who otherwise have limited access to books. The Library is also equipped with computers that would enable students to access more than 30 CDs.