Valedictory function for Basic Computer students, batch (April’2019 – May’2019) held on 8th June 2019 | Mitra Jyothi

Valedictory function for Basic Computer students, batch (April’2019 – May’2019) held on 8th June 2019

We are very delighted to share that our 30 students completed their 2 months Basic Computer Training at Mitra Jyothi last week. To honour and celebrate their achievement,we organised valedictory function on 8 th June 2019 at our Auditorium.

Mitra Jyothi is now an esteemed partner of NIIT foundation and all our Computer courses are certified by NIIT foundation. This is the 3rd batch from Mitra Jyothi who were certified by NIIT.

Dr. Sangeeta Aggarwal from Mirzapur, Bihar and Dr. Eshwar from USA graced the occasion as a chief guest. Dr Eshwar is a former Elite level runner from USA and he is also sports medicine doctor in San Diego, California. There were several Supporters, Interns, Pinkathon/Marathon VI trainers/guiderunners and volunteers who have contributed and impacted our students’ lives positively honoured the occasion.

The function started at 3 pm with an invocation song by Ms Chandrika, Computer batch student. Our founder, Ms Madhu welcomed everyone. She welcomed our chief guests with a bouquet and mat done by our ILS students. Our students Virendra and Dheeraj hosted the function.

Mr Mansoor spoke about the computer course, curricular activities, signature/spoken English/soft skills classes that all the passing out students attended. All the students were presented a signature guide, English-English-Kannada dictionary audio copy and the computer course material CD along with their Computer & Mobility certificates. Usually we were giving the ink printed certificates separately along with a braille copuy. The beauty of this batch certificate is, it had both ink print and braille in it – Mitra Jyothi is now equipped to print braille in the ink printed certificates/brochures/documents. 3 students Shiva H G, Shivani, Dhyamava, who topped in the class were given a gift also as token of appreciation.Even we had one girl who completed ILS course during the same, hence honoured her as well with a certificate. Post certificate distribution; Shivani, Ranjeeta and Parshuram shared their experiences. Ranjeeta said that after mobility class, she is very confident to travel alone. She also stated that 1 year of her life got wasted due to lack of confidence and now she took an oath to achieve what she aspires in life. Parshuram stated that he learnt more discipline after coming to Mitra Jyothi while Shivani was happy about all learnings she got at Mitra Jyothi. All at the end highlighted how Mitra Jyothi has impacted them positively andthey will implement these learning in their lives. They thanked Ms Madhu, Ms Sathiya, faculty and all other staffs.

Later, a Kannada skit with the theme to expose the situation of Visually Impaired girls from rural villages was presented by the students which was well received by the participants. A few students danced on a bollywood song. Bharat sang ‘meri maa’ song from the movieTare Zameen par which made his mother very emotional. She shared few words post his song performance with all. Last but not the least, Qawwali was performed by students which was enjoyed by all.

Our chief guests shared few thoughts and experiences with the group, and appreciated the efforts put in by Mitra Jyothi team. Lastly, Mr Reddy gave vote of thanks and everyone headed for a high tea.

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Mitra Jyothi is a registered trust (under Indian Trust Act) located at Bangalore in the State of Karnataka and has been working for people with disability in general and visually impaired in particular for the past 26 years.

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