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We believe that the world is a place where blindness is not a handicap, but just a mere inconvenience. Since April 2000 we've been enabling Visually Impaired with help of technology, promoting social inclusion, facilitating interaction between VIs, families and society & enabling them to peruse their dream. With VoiceVision.in we'd like to invite you to join our community & mission.
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Summary of Voice Vision's August 2010 workshop on Soft skills and Networking.

On 28th August 2010, Voice Vision conducted a workshop on Soft skills & Networking, where the guest speakers were Mrs. Asha Bhatia, Director Department of rehabilitation (NAB), and Mr. Hari Raghvan, Partner relationship manager (IBM).    ...    Read more »

Workshop on Soft skills and Networking

28 Aug 2010

On 28th August 2010, Voice Vision conducted a workshop on Soft skills & Networking, where the guest speakers were Mrs. Asha Bhatia, Director Department of rehabilitation (NAB), and Mr. Hari Raghvan, Partner relationship manager (IBM).    ...    Read more »

Summary of Voice Vision's 24th July 2010 session.

The topic for the session conducted on 24th July 2010, was Professional Soft Skills and was conducted by Mr. Rajesh Mehta, Career Development program manager Growth Markets - HR IST Learning, IBM Global Services India pvt ltd.    ...    Read more »

Soft Skills (Professional)

24 Jul 2010

Every individual, whether sighted or non-sighted, needs to adapt the right behavior & mannerisms when he/she is in a professional environment.
Possession of these skills is what gives them a head start in their careers.     ...    Read more »

Expertise Corner

Dear all!
Voice Vision brings to you a new section known as the “Expertise Corner”!
In this section, from time to time we will feature an expert from a particular field, to whom you can put forward the queries and doubts related to the chosen subject, and have the expert answering them for you.     ...    Read more »

Soft skills (Individual & social)

26 Jun 2010

It's human tendency to learn mannerisms and behavioral patterns by observing people around. That’s how an individual instills in himself the very important skills of personal etiquettes and hygiene.

However, what does one do if he is unable to see the world around?

Of course, he would be needed to be given personal attention.    ...    Read more »

How does a VI issue cheques independently?

On behalf of Alex Mendonca

i am facing problem of writing cheque .Signing is not problem in my case but to write the amount and the name to whom the cheque is issued i have to depend on others and this can prove dangerous some day.What should i do is there any answer to this.or is there any
provision in the printer to print the cheques Also mail to me what is this signature guide.

Soft skills the most important thing in molding an individual!

Learning soft skills is a natural phenomena for any individual. A sighted person just copies what others do.
However, what about an visually impaired person?
How do they get these very essential skills instilled in them, unless someone shows them personally?
Our 26th June session covers this very point.
Come join us and learn the importance of these skills!

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