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The Blind Relief Association focuses on providing education and training to the visually challenged, enabling them to realize their potential and be self reliant.

23 February 2018
Japanese Language Students of JPM School attend OKINAWA KI HAWA 

Six students from JPM School studying Japanese had the opportunity of enjoying live music concert presented by musicians from Okinawa the southernmost group of island in Japanese archipelago. The programme sponsored by Japan Foundation was held in Bluebells School, New Delhi was especially organised for school students in Delhi learning Japanese language.

22 February 2018


Annual Event of Social Service League, St Stephen's College for the Differently-abled Students of the University was held in the Colleg from 20 to 22 February. The Blind Relief Association, Delhi is proud to be partnering with the SSL as sponsor for DRISHTIKON since last 10 years. The event provided opportunuity to take part in diverse talent competions.

17 February 2018

Remembering our Founder Sri Umesh U. Basrurker 
58th Anniversary 

10:00 am , Monday, 19 February 2018

at the Association's Gandhi Centenary Memorial Hall

23 January 2018



Following the successful Cross Disability Training of Special Education Teachers conducted in August and September 2017, by the JPM Senior Secondary School, the Directorate of Education, Government of NCT of Delhi asked the Association’s JPM Senior Secondary School to organize third such hands-on training programme.  Sponsored by the Directorate’s IEDSS Branch and SCERT, Delhi the 5-day programme was held from 18 to 23 January 2018.  29 Special Education Teachers having specialization in the hearing impairment field participated in this programme. Sri.K.J.Kuriyan, Principal, JPM School was the programme coordinator.

The objective was to enrich Special Education Teachers working in government schools in Delhi  with practical knowledge of teaching children with disabilities other than their specialization. The participants received hands on training in the area of visual impairment relevant to inclusive education of the disabled in schools. 

22 January 2018


The festival of Basant Panchami associated with the spring season and dedicated to the Goddess of Learning was celebrated by the students and staff of JPM School and Durgabai Deshmukh College of Special Education. The students performed Saraswati Pooja. In the Association’s Gandhi Hall the Pooja and Havan was performed by the students. The School students mass-recited Sarasvati Chalisa.  In the later part of the programme a student recited Saraswati Vandana in Sanskrit.  Student of the middle school rendered Sarasvati Prayers set in Raga Basant undr the direction of Sri Mangal, the new music teacher. This was followed by a group song on spring season of Vasant prepared by Sri Ajay Veram, music teacher. The programme ended with an illustrated talk by Sri K C Pande on the spring season with arts and life in India, through traditional khyal compositions in ragas associated with spring season. 

Sarawati Pooja is one of the three festivals, including the Shivratri and Janmashtami, which is organised by the students themselves. The responsibility of organizing Saraswati Pooja rests with Class X.