Anil Asrani Vocational Institute provides assistance to deaf and hard of hearing children with diverse backgrounds and a wide range of needs in preparing , finding and maintaining employment.
We not only help special children but also normal adults who are school drop outs or still unemployed.
Institute also offers services assisting individuals in developing and maintaining appropriate support for living and working independently.
|Very attractive & innovative exercises for language fixation Vocabulary used in day to day activities in various aspects. Helpful for teachers & parents too.|
Verb Part 1
|Includes various directed activities held in pre-primary classes Innovative exercises.|
|3||Reading exercises||Helps to improve reading skills.|
|4||Preposition||Useful as teachers guide, includes pictorial worksheets & class activities|
|5||Hasat Khelat Visual Match 64 cards Part I||Jigsaw puzzles, various games for concepts developments & sentence formation.|
|6||Hasat Khelat Visual Match 64 cards Part II||Same as above|
|7||Shishuvani||Pictorial Nursery Rhymes.|
|8||Barakhadi||46 alphabets based on pictorial puzzles exercise Helps in evaluating speech & lang. fixation Includes various activities for language & speech evaluation.|
|9||Sarathi Book||Guide for teachers & parents for conversation Includes various level in conversation.|
|10||Adjective Part 2||Includes various adjectives in different contest Use of pictures for adjectives.|
|11||Dhvani Parent Kit Part I||Guide for parents of Hearing Impaired children. (age group 0 to 3 & 3 to 6) 150 exercises with pictures. It gives an insight on how to converse with hearing Impaired child|
|12||Dhvani Parent Kit Part II||same as above|
We are proud of achievements of our students; few of them are listed below
|Ibrahim Hashmi||SSC, Dipl. in Commercial Art||Fine Arts||Working with ad agency||-|
|Jinendra Shah||SSC, B.A.||DTP||Set up his own Xerox shop||-|
|Hemant Bhasin||SSC||Computerised embroidery||Set up his own workshop for embroidery||Prepares various innovative and decorative embroidered articles|
|Harsha Dardi||Admitted to school at age of 14||fine art, mehendi, embroidery, stitching||Self employed||-|
Vocational Services program offers comprehensive vocational evaluation services to deaf and hard of hearing adults. Evaluations may be conducted in the classroom or in the community for situational assessment which may lead to employment opportunities.
Training programs are customized to meet the individual needs of each participant. An individual may require anywhere from nine months to two years to complete their specific program.
Many occupational skills training programs are available on campus including: Mobile Repair, Computer Repair, Printing/Bindery, Electrical, Plumbing, Culinary Arts and Draftsmanship.
Job Development and Placement Services help deaf and hard-of-hearing adults prepare for and obtain meaningful employment.
Services include interviewing preparation, cultivation of interviewing skills, job placement and career development, communication support through interview and placement process.
Employment Services are designed to assist students in maintaining meaningful employment.
They include job preparation, work adjustment training, on-site supervision and job training, task analysis and coaching job assistance in developing interpersonal and social skills, assistance in understanding company policies, rules, and benefits, transportation training for independent travel, and peer mentor services.
Employment Services for employers include orientation to deafness, assistance in screening and recruiting deaf and hard of hearing applicants, training, instructing, and supervising individuals on the job site, support and problem resolution, and communication facilitation between employer, employee and co-workers designed to develop natural supports in the workplace.
Individuals are evaluated and needed skills are identified. Hands-on tutoring is then provided to develop the skills necessary to enable the individual to live independently in the community.
In-School to Work Transition Program helps students with disabilities prepare and orient for vocational roles and independent living after high school.
Reprography helps the handicapped to take up as their profession by learning Xeroxing, Laminations, Perforating, Spiral & Professional Cardboard Bindings. It is such a Profession which is never out of demand and can be started with a very small capital at any place.
We believe that Cooking and Catering is a necessary activity which is needed in leading a normal daily life. Students are Trained through latest technologies and gadgets used in learning the professionally best possible Cooking through Microwave, Nescafe Machine for Coffee, Chopper, Atta Kneader, Cooking Range, OTG, Food Warmer etc.
Cutting, Tailoring and Dress making is aimed to impart Sewing Skills to Girls as well as Boy Students in order to make them self-reliant. The course covers both theoretical as well as Practical Training. The Products are made by Automated Sewing Machines, Interlocking Sewing Machines and automated embroidery machines.
|Name of courses||Duration|
|Dress Making||6 Months|
|(Vocational Board)||1 Year|
Supported Employment serves people with the most significant disabilities who have not been successful in competitive employment. The program helps individuals become employed in their community by using services such as job coaching and follow-up to promote employment stability.
Institute has tie-up with Jan Shikshan Sansthan, program under National Literacy Mission Authority (HRD ministry of India).
Together we have a challenging mandate of providing vocational skills to non-literate, neo-literates as well as school drop-outs by identifying skills that have a market.
The advantages of courses are
|Jan Shikshan Certificate Courses|
|Home appliances Servicing||Office Automation|
|Mobile Repairing||Data Entry|
|Civil Draughtsman||Computerized Embroidery|
We also carry out other short term courses like
Till date more than 1500 children have availed benefits of our vocational courses.