From The Desk Of Director
With unwavering focus on our vision of building an inclusive and barrier free society, both physically and mentally where both economic welfare and social well-beingco-exist, through empowered and engaged citizens. Tapan Rehabilitation Society announces the opening of its unit in Nilokheri a specially designed rehabilitation unit with world class facilities for differently abled children.
This initiative was premeditated for improving the facilities already existed in its unit in Karnal, taking development and education to the grass root level/doorstep of more children in the District of Karnal and Haryana State.
The past years has been a busy one with more challenges for Tapan Rehabilitation Society.
One step is added to another after setting up school for differently abled. Firstly came up as Training Centre for teachers (D.Ed. and thereon step B.Ed. Spl. Education (Hearing Impaired), Pandit Deen Dayal Institute for Physically Handicapped supported our work and a satellite Centre with world class facilities is established in the Centre.
In the coming years, we have a plan to develop this Centre as a rehabilitation educational and research Centre where persons from across the country can come and take classes.
Our work relies on the passion and commitment of so many. I look forward to upcoming years with the hope and confidence that every relationship will make our organization stronger and our work more impactful. I wish all my faculty, students and trainers a warm welcome and hope that all of us will work towards making our community a better place to live in. Together we can all achieve miracles.
I congratulate Tarun and Isha for achieving heights of success. I wish these children of the organization a bright future. As an organization it reaffirms your faith when your beneficiaries share how your support has been one of the catalyzing factors of transforming their lives. Success stories like Arun, Tarun and Neelam give us immense pleasure knowing that our efforts have their dreams and that of their parents a reality.
- DR. SUJATA