Teachers with hearing-loss to be appointed in special education schools. Syed Qassim Naveed Qamar

Teachers with hearing-loss to be appointed in special education schools. Syed Qassim Naveed Qamar

Posted on: 12 Mar 2020   Tags:

Karachi : 12 March. Special Assistant to CM Sindh on Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities Syed Qassim Naveed Qamar has said that in coming budget, post of teachers hearing-loss will be created and these teachers will be appointed in Special Education School across the province to overcome difficulties in teaching children with hearing-loss. This he said while visiting Center of Excellence for Deaf at Korangi, Karachi here on Thursday. On this occasion Muhammad Amin Memon, Principal/Incharge Formulation of Curriculum, Syllabus and Sign Language Committee, Interpreter Fazla Shamim and others were also present. During the visit, Special Assistant to CM Sindh on DEPD Syed Qassim Naveed Qamar was briefed that how a word was created for persons with hearing-loss to be used as sign language. It was also discussed that how these created words , would be incorporated into Text books of Sindh Text Book Board.

Syed Qassim Naveed Qamar was informed that there was no proper teacher for teaching of children with hearing-loss. Special Assistant to CM Sindh assured them that the teachers on the pattern of braille teachers would be appointed in Special Education Schools across the province to overcome the difficulties in teaching them. Syed Qassim Naveed Qamar assured that in coming budget the posts of teachers with hearing-loss would be created and funds would be allocated for the purpose.

He also assured that the funds would also be provided to accomplish the task of compilation of Unified Sign Language for persons with hearing-loss in Sindh at earliest so that it might be introduced as soon as possible. Special Assistant to CM Sindh on Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities Syed Qassim Naveed Qamar appreciated the performance of Committee working for Unified Sign Language for persons with hearing-loss.

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