According to the National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB), 12 million people in India are suffering from visual impairment, and out of this only 29.16 percent are part of the education system. A mere 6.86 percent of schools in India have access to Braille books and audio content.
Employers are now open to appoint or give a job to the people with visual inabilities. This way, visually impaired are paving a path of their own and marking a footprint in the professional world to rise high.
There are numerous job roles that are offered to the visually impaired by both the government and the private sector.
Today we have Vineet Saraiwala, founder of Atypical Advantage, Visually impaired entrepreneur, who will share his journey to success.

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