BRFP had begun its journey by transcribing the Holy Quran and Qaida into Braille. This step was taken to ensure that the Holy book is accessible for all visually challenged individuals. The noble initiative and milestone remains one of our ongoing projects. It was an honour for us to join hands with an institute that shares this vision. A MoU was signed between BRFP and the Ilm Foundation to transcribe their publications in Braille including “Mutala-e-Qur’an-e-Hakeem
barae tulba-o-talibaat” which comprises fourteen volumes. The first seven parts of this series are for students and the remaining are teacher guides. Part 1 & 2 from the series for students and part 1 from teachers guide has already been transcribed and presented. The Federal Ministry Of Education has approved to include this as a learning resources and it has been accepted as well as appreciated by scholars of all schools of thought.
MOU With Punjab Information Technology Board
The Punjab Information Technology Board recently signed a memorandum of understanding with BRFP to add furtther educational resources on its website: Punjab Digital Library. This platform provides full-text access to more than 40,000 e-books, journals, magazines, and audio video material. So far, 23 text books and 11 art books have been uploaded on the site with the cooperation of BRFP with many more to come. This collaboration is also in line with our vision for Al Sufa audiobook library – to make reading material easily accessible for the visually challenged community.
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