Imagine you are in an exam center and you are asked to give an exam but are not authorized to use your hands! How stressful the situation will be! The same happens with the people visually impaired who want to write but cannot do it because of their impairment. They feel much difficulty especially when they are going to give their exams. Their first tension remains in finding a scribe who can write exams on their behalf but ends up frustrated after not getting one at the right time.
To cope with such extreme-level situations, a new initiative has been started by Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan wherein the Dera Sacha Sauda volunteers will become a scribe for visually impaired students during exams. It is indeed a noble and selfless act and a lasting opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of students who face significant challenges due to their visual impairment.
Many students are in varied departments of study but their visual impairment necessitates having the assistance of a scribe. Moreover, they have to pay a handsome amount to hire a scribe for their exam and most of the time they feel unable to pay remuneration to them and have to compromise. This new initiative by Revered Guruji will prove as a boon for the visually impaired who find it so stressful & hard to get a scribe to write their exams.
Welfare Initiative 147: Examination Support for Visually Challenged
Helping the visually challenged answer written examinations by volunteering to be a scribe for them! Registering in universities, schools, etc. as voluntary scribes for them.
By becoming a scribe for visually impaired students, they will provide them with equal opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in exams. This assistance will help to level the playing field and ensures that these students are not disadvantaged due to their disability.
Students with visual impairment may struggle with low self-esteem due to the challenges they face in their academic lives. This new welfare initiative will work on boosting their confidence and helping them to feel more capable and valued.
Moreover, the act of becoming a scribe for visually impaired students promotes inclusivity in the education system. It sends a powerful message that all students, regardless of their disability, have the right to an education and to be included in all aspects of academic life. As a scribe, anyone can fulfill a humanitarian duty by helping those who are less fortunate. You are using your skills and abilities to make a positive impact on someone's life, which is a noble act that should be recognized and celebrated.
Providing assistance to visually impaired students during their exams will make a lasting impact on their lives. This act of kindness and support may inspire them to pursue their goals and dreams with greater confidence and determination.
Easing out the problem of blind ones, Dera Sacha Sauda volunteers will help them as a scribe and this noble act will inspire millions out there. By setting an example of compassion and kindness, you can also encourage others to follow in your footsteps and make a positive impact in their communities.
Besides their own challenges, many other aspects such as the pandemic also throw diverse challenges for these students, and finding scribes becomes so difficult for them. In such cases, the noble act of volunteering and becoming a scribe for visually impaired students promotes inclusivity, and equal opportunities, and boosts students' confidence and self-esteem. It is an opportunity to make a positive impact on someone's life and fulfill a humanitarian duty.
We are thankful to Revered Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan for bringing forth such noble initiatives that are improving lives in all aspects. This particular endeavor has many benefits to building an inclusive and equitable society. This act of kindness and compassion will inspire all to make a positive impact in their communities.