Pune: The Poona Blind men’s Association’s Life Time Achievement Award for 2014 was presented to Dr. Deepak Shikarpur, IT Expert and Rotary District Governor (2013-14) for his outstanding service in welfare and education of blind students by Padmashri Niranjan Pandya President during The T.S. Bamankar Award 2014 & 15 function held on Friday 12th June 2015 at Nehru Memorial Hall. Padmashri Lila Poonawalla , Padmashri Jawahr Lal Kaul , Mr Manish Jain Chairman Kumar Properties were also present for the felicitation. Dr Deepak Shikarpur was instrumental in donating over 100 eBook Readers (Sunetra) to many blind schools in the state of Maharashtra and also developed various infrastructure and academic improvement projects during his tenure as Rotary District Governor (2013-14).
Mr.Jawahr Lal Kaul, Secretary General, All India confederation of the Blind ,New Delhi and Ms.Nandini Rawal, Executive Director Blind Peoples Association Ahmadabad ,Gujarat were also felicitated for their outstanding contribution in the field of blind welfare by T.S.Bamankar Award for 2014 and 2015.
Manaramji Aanaji Prajapati was also honored by LPBMA, s Life time achievement Award for his outstanding service for the past 55 years in hadi vaid treatment, free of cost to patients.
Mr.N.P.Pandya, President of the Poona Blind Men’s Association gave welcome speech. Rajnikant Jaitha,chairman of Spica Elastic was chief Guest and Manish Jain ,MD,,Kumar properties presided the function..
Mr.Kishorji Vora proposed the Vote of thanks.
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