Sharma said she chose the social media due to convenience and the wider reach it offers to her.
She said the "Voice for blind" currently reaches 10,000 visually-challenged people everyday across the country.
When asked about the trigger behind this initiative, Sharma said while working for the cause of visually divyangs, she realised that many among them are bright but lag behind others in cracking competitive examinations due to the lack of access to standard study material.
"My bulletin reaches 10,000 visually divyangs everyday through Whatsapp and other social media. I choose those news items that will prove useful for these job aspirants. Besides national and international news, I try to accommodate inspirational and positive news items as well," she told PTI.
Sharma said she prepared the bulletin in Hindi on six of seven days per week. "On Sundays, I include English content in the bulletin which I source from editorials printed in English language newspapers".
Sharma claimed she had prepared around 2,000 E-books for the visually-impaired students ranging from class IX to MA in Arts.
She said, "We are going to incorporate interviews of visually-impaired students who have cracked competitive exams in the audio news bulletin".
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