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12:04 pm - Tuesday November 21, 2017

Megha becomes “Computer wali Didi”

Staff Reporter, Bhopal

We must have heard about several success stories but how one experiences satisfaction by making efforts to make others succeed is something we must learn from Megha Gupta. Megha Gupta runs a computer centre for deaf-dumb children in Women’s Polytechnic College of Gwalior and teaches them computer skills.

She has become popular among people in general and children in particular as ‘computer wali didi’. Megha’s objective is that deaf-dumb children get employment and they are able to earn their living.

So far nearly 70-80 children have acquired training from Megha’s centre and have started private jobs. This became possible through government’s public welfare schemes. Megha told that her desire to teach computer skills to deaf-dumb children was not becoming possible due to paucity of funds earlier.

Mayor Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar got 3 computers available through Nagar Nigam for her. Her desire to train the deaf-dumb children in computer skills seems to be getting fulfilled now and the children are becoming self-reliant.

Megha told that she is teaching computer skills to several deaf-dumb children in the 8-12 age group. This is making it possible for them to obtain jobs.

People in a large number are living a good life due to the public welfare schemes of Madhya Pradesh government and are becoming inspiration for others.

Posted in: Bhopal

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