Accessible banking vocabulary in Indian sign languages

As we keep stumbling Google Play for newer apps on Indian fintech, today we came across this laudable initiative of creating apps to make banking vocabulary accessible in Indian sign languages.

Below text reproduced from Google Play Store app description. Links to apps below.

Faculty of Disability Management and Special Education (FDMSE) of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University (RKMVU), Coimbatore in collaboration with C-DAC, Hyderabad has converted the existing Physics Sign Dictionary as videos to an app with translation in 11 Indian languages with financial support from CBM India Trust, Bangalore. It will be highly useful for those people with hearing impairment and others to communicate in sign language for promoting inclusion in Banking industry.

FDMSE is a pioneer in disability rehabilitation, education and management. Under the department of Hearing Impairment of FDMSE, there is a Sign Language Unit which has been working for the promotion and development of Sign Language. The unit is offering many long term and short term courses for developing manpower in the field of education and rehabilitation of children with hearing impairment. Apart from academic function, the unit is actively involved researches in various aspects of Sign Language. The unit in collaboration with the All India Deaf Bank Employee Association in 2004 released a Banking Sign Dictionary as CD and online videos. This is now translated into 11 Indian languages with the financial support of CBM India Trust, Bangalore and released as an App for public download as part of Digital India Initiative by C-DAC Hyderabad. The videos will be further upgraded and vocabulary improved. For more information on the app and other details, please contact the university in their website link

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