Help on finger tips for physically challenged Divyang Mission launched

In center Ira Singhal with Divyang team. From left are Karan Harit, Vikas Gupta, Akanksha Jain, Aman Gupta and Umesh Kumar.

India CSR Network

NEW DELHI: Drawing inspiration from Honorable Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, Divyang – Ek Ummeed is a mission to work towards inclusiveness of physically challenged persons in the main stream of the society.

This is an initiative by Vikas Gupta who is a 2016 batch IIT Roorkee, BTech alumnus. Vikas himself faced many challenges due to his disability. After his graduation he has fully devoted his time and energy to reach out to all Divyangjans (physically challenged persons).

As a first step towards accomplishment of this mission, team divyang has built an user friendly and easy to use mobile application named ‘Divyang’ . This mobile application bring physically challenged persons on a common platform and make them aware about the government initiatives, NGOs, acts and policies, etc.

The app was launched by Ms. Ira Singhal (2014 UPSC topper). She appreciated the mission and gave her best wishes. To know more about what Ira had to say please visit her Facebook page by clicking here.

This mission is being consistently supported by a team of dedicated young professionals, all sections of the society, industry, the government and academia. In collaboration with Government, NGOs and Corporate this mission will soon offer facility for skill development and employment.

To download the app click here.



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