“To Educate, Train and Rehabilitate the Hearing Impaired, Mentally Retarded, Deaf blind and Multiply Handicapped children in order to enable them to enjoy all the privileges that are available to normal citizens.”
A dream that became a reality
The Clarke School for the Deaf was founded in the year 1970 which was a dream initially started in a modest way in a small rented house and today has grown into a fully functional State Board affiliated school as well as an internationally recognized Institute serving persons with disabilities in various aspects.
The school is a Registered Society and is efficiently governed by a board of committee members comprising of eminent personals and is supported by team of qualified and supportive teachers / staff.
In the last four decades, The Clarke School has had children with different degrees of dual sensory impairments like deafness and blindness so it became imperative to add a special unit for such children.