Submitted by Kumuda on Fri, 2016-07-08 15:37 Bengaluru: Travelling in Metro was a dream come true for them. For, they cannot see neither can hear. These visually and hearing impaired youth were helped by Sense International India to experience the Metro ride. As many as 34 specially-abled youths – from various parts of the country – took the journey from Swami Vivekananda Metro Station to Cubbon Park Station. Sense International India which hosted them the ride also provided them with interpreters and 13 volunteers from Cognizant. "This was a great experience to travel with these specially-abled people. Thanks to Sense India for an opportunity to help them, says Priyanka Nair of Cognizant The youth found that the Metro is disabled-friendly and thanked the Namma Metro authorities. After enjoying the ride, they spent some time at Cubbon Park. Sense international India has been working for people with hearing and visually impaired to promote their comprehensive development. They are reaching out to more than 71,500 specially-abled people.