V app: E college system for Blind Students
Aditya Prashant Kamble, Pallavi N Wadibhasme, Sahil Rajesh Takwale, Kiran Girishchandra Pandey, Bhavesh Govindbhai Vadnere
Accessibility, E-college system technology, Visually impaired, Voice recognition.
In India, the visually impaired community constitutes a substantial portion, accounting for nearly 60% of the global blind population. As society evolves, addressing the needs of marginalized groups, particularly those with disabilities, becomes increasingly imperative. A critical requirement is ensuring improved mobility for the blind, an ongoing challenge despite numerous initiatives. With the rapid advancements in wireless communication, the demand for effective voice recognition technologies has surged. Voice-based applications, employing interfaces and dialogue management, offer a promising solution, enabling users to focus on tasks without manual engagement and enhancing independence in navigation and educational access.
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Unique Paper ID: 161866

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6

Page(s): 396 - 398
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