Precious Christmas for special children organised in coal town
More than 50 special children suffering from hearing problems and mental ailments enjoyed a spcial Christmas at their school, Jeevan Jyoti School dancing to the tunes of jingle bells, eating cakes, chocolates, biscuits, chilps and enjoying variety of beverages.
The occasion was organised by Rotary Club of Dhanbad and Inner Wheel Club during which, Dasrath Chandra Das, Dhanabd Deputy Development who was present as chief guest, handed over a tricyle to a needy person behalf of Rotary Club.
Rajesh Parkeria, Secretary of Jeevan Jyoti School Management Commitee informed Das that the school is serving special children since the last 31 years and imparts education as well as training to students suffering from cerebral palsy, autism, speech and language disabilty, dwarfism, muscular dystrophy, deaf and hard to hearing students.
He further elaborated that besides imparting academic lessons and special training vis-a-vis physical exercies, students are also trained in livelihood skills like candle making, incesnes stick (Agarbatti Making), designer diya making and others.
Notably, the designer diyas and candles made by the students of Jeevan Jyoti School are sold to various eminent personalities includingsome doctors from different parts fo the state besides adjoining Bihar.
Meanwhile a similar celebration was held at Hindu Mission Orphanage at Hirapur in Dhanbad where the passout batches of All Nobilian Alumni Association distributed wide variety of goodies, cakes, biscuits, chocolates, potato chips and others among children.