Graduates from 2012 and onwards will be computer literate. They can therefore operate in any environment and at whatever level as they can communicate easily and efficiently. As for the visually impaired they need orientation at their work place and can work independent of a helper. DRC can assist employers in placement of any students with a disability/condition.
Graduates with disabilities are hard - working and usually stay longer with organisations that they join after graduating. Graduates who have joined the teaching profession have good records of producing high percentages passes in the subjects that they teach.
Categories of Students with disabilities/ conditions who have been enrolled up-to-date
- The visually impaired (totally blind and ire partially sighted)
- The hearing impaired
- Physically challenged (those with body deformities, wheelchair-users)
- Conditions (mental illness, night blindness, epilepsy)