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NID seeks expert help to sift applications by differently abled

DNAHM113042 | 6/19/2017 | Author : Tanushree Bhatia | WC :339 | Education & Careers

Ahmedabad: The National Institute of Design has approached BM Institute of Mental Health, one of the oldest institutes in the city working in the area of mental health, for help with filtering applications under Persons With Disability (PWD) category. This year, the institute has received around 80 applications in this category--22 for bachelors in design and 53 for masters in design courses.
The team from BM Institute will also help them tap the potential and creativity of the students to help them chose the best discipline.
Confirming the same, Pradyumna Vyas, director of NID, said, "BM Institute of Mental Health specialises in dealing with people with disability. Hence we approached Dr Madhu Singh (director of BM
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