The Ahmadhi School for the Blind was founded in 1927 by the late Sahebzada Ahtab Ahmad Khan. Aligarh Muslim University began financial support for the school in 1947 and eventually took over control in 1949. The school has gradually evolved into a major institution for the visually impaired in the country and is the only school of this kind maintained by Chuo University. A co-educational school that provides free education to the visually impaired through modern scientific methods and the latest educational techniques. This is probably the only institution for the visually impaired in the country where science and mathematics education (grades IX and X) is organized according to the curriculum established by the Central Committee for Secondary Education. Our philosophy of technology is that students need to have computer skills to succeed in their future careers. To improve computer skills, students need to apply their current computer skills on a regular basis and develop new computer skills to demonstrate a conceptual understanding throughout the curriculum. In addition to regular departments, the school also offers specialized training in computer typing, instrumental and vocal music, hand weaving, and chair duplication. NFP classes, sewing and knitting are also well taught. The school also provides facilities for various games. Students are made aware that a healthy environment promotes personal well-being.
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