9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. with 30 mins lunch break from 1.30 pm to 2 pm.
Week days : The institute works for 6 days in a week. Every second Saturday is Holiday and the other holidays as per the Rules & Regulations of the respective Universities & Board.
A Student must have 90% of attendance to be eligible for appearing annual examinations. 10% of attendance could be considered on medical certificate otherwise the student who is having below the minimum attendance will not be allowed to write the exams.
The syllabus containing details of the courses and the scheme of examination, which will be given after admission. The students have to fulfill the theory and practical work stipulated by the Osmania University / Concern University/Board for forwarding the application for annual exam.
SC., ST., B.C & O.C. disabled students are eligible to apply for scholarship. They have to submit the latest Income Certificate, Caste Certificate & Ration Card in original, issued by M.R.O. of respective Mandal to submit the same to the state Govt. authority for obtaining Scholarship.
All the Students are accessible to use computer and internet facility in preparing project work or the work pertaining to the academic programme in the computer lab. We have sufficient computers in our computer lab with qualified teaching staff. A special coaching classes will be arranged for computer learners in the college premises.
There is a library in the Institute with collection of good number of books and journals of Indian and other country publishers for the benefit of the students. Books borrowing facility is also provided for the students. This institute is also providing facility to students to use the British Library, Hyderabad. N.I.M.H Library, Secunderabad. There is free internet facility in the library for the students.
We have good hostel accommodation separately for boys & girls where the students can feel home away from home. The hostel will be looked after by the qualified warden. All the students will be accessible for medical care from time to time. More over, we conduct study hours in conducive environment at the hostel premises every day during evening hours.
We encourage the students to involve in sports & cultural activities. Our students take part in inter college and state level competitions in different indoor & Outdoor games from time to time.
We have employment bureau in the college premises. As and when we get opportunity we help our Hearing Handicapped students in getting better placement in Govt. & Non Govt. organisations and even in abroad. We also provide coaching to our students to take part in competitive exams like Banking, R.R.B., A.P.P.S.C., etc.
Unless parents co-operate we cannot help the child to acquire higher education. So please extend your fullest co-operation not only for your child but for many more children with hearing impairment studying in this institute.
We have launched NSS unit at our college on 14th Dec. 2008, Prof. K. Arjun Rao Coordinator NSS unit Osmania University was the chief guest. He inaugurated the N.S.S. Scheme and inducted 110 students on the same day as NSS volunteers. This unit is unique in its nature in the country having hearing impaired students taking part in the National service scheme.
An undertaking will be taken from the parent / guardian to follow the rules & regulations of the institute, violating the rules will be strictly viewed up to the extent of suspending the student from the institute / College.
Any dispute in between the institute and the student will be within the jurisdiction of Secunderabad and Hyderabad.
Helen Keller’s Institute of Research & Rehabilitation for the disabled children”, is running Special School for the Hearing Impaired, Intermediate and Degree college for the hearing impaired, Manpower development program, which includes teacher training for those who aspire to become teachers of the deaf, Diploma program in Special Education, Degree and Master Degree program in the speech and hearing,under one roof.
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller
According to WHO (World Health Organization) 11% of the total population is disabled, of which approximately 3.6% people are suffering from speech and hearing problems.