NISH to host Workshop on Indian Sign Language in Kerala

Sunday, Feb 26, 2017,14:00 IST By anju A A A

Thiruvananthapuram | National Institute of Speech and Hearing will host an international workshop on ‘Importance of Indian Sign Language in Deaf Education’ at its Akkulam campus here from March 1 to 3.
The workshop aims to share the experiences of teachers teaching the hearing impaired in such schools and discuss innovative methods for effective teaching.
Experts in the field and faculty members from NISH will lead the lectures, discussions and interactive sessions with the educators reflecting each others’ methodology and own practices during the three-day workshop.
Experts, including Madan Vasishta (former Associate Professor of Gallaudet University, US), Rajesh Ketkar (Director of Ishara Foundation and General Secretary of Mook Badhir Mandal, Vadodara), Jagdeep Kaur (Head of Academics, Bajaj Institute of Learning, Dehradun) and Sunil Sahasrabudhe (Consultant of Signex India) and NISH Honorary Director G Vijayaraghavan will speak during the occasion, a release said here.