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"The project “Unnati” being launched by the National Association of Disabled’s Enterprises (NADE) as part of its endeavours to secure rehabilitation of the disabled is indeed laudable. I extend my best wishes to NADE for its efforts in making the disabled self reliant”.

- (Dr.).P.C. Alexander, Ex-Governor Of Maharashtra

“I appreciate the efforts of the NADE to help the disabled to provide training and employment. I am sure, this efforts will instil a sense of confidence among the disabled, apart from making them self-sufficient. I wish “Unnati” all success”.

- Mr. Vilasrao Deshmukh, Ex Chief Minister of Maharashtra State

“I am personally proud of being associated with this organization and would gladly invite you to join their Patrons’ Board and extend all your possible help to translate their dream-rehabilitation of the disabled-into a reality”.

- Mr. Taranand, Commissioner of Income Tax, Govt. of India

“I deem it a privilege to be associated with the National Association of Disabled’s Enterprises which has been rendering yeomen service in rehabilitating the disabled by providing training, employment and professional support to make them self-reliant. I am quite sure that the “Unnati” would prove to be a unique venture in the years to come. The organizers deserve congratulations for their endeavours”.

- Dr.(Mrs) Snehalata S. Deshmukh, Ex-Vice Chancellor, University of Mumbai

"I know that this organisation’s future projects will not only be a tremendous success but will also bring about a great deal of awareness amongst the people about its worthy task. My hearty congratulations to the dedicated team for their outstanding work on the occasion of the launching of the innovative project “Unnati”.

- Dr. (Mrs) M.A. Varghese, Ex-Vice- Chancellor, SNDT Women’s University

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