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From ramp to realization

From Ramp to Realization

'From ramp to realization' signifies the importance of having Ramps at all the public places for the physically challenged children & others. These childen have hopes, dreams & aspirations & have asked for their inclusion in all available oppertunities. The film is made by the students of Akshay Pratishthan school, New Delhi, India under the Adobe Youth Voices Program. The team members are - Rahul, Ashiq, Gudiya, Seema, Sarffudin, Arun, Randheer, Sonam, Iram, Amit Dey, Chander Shekhar, Jitender ,Abhineet & Dhruv. Akshay pratishthan is an NGO working for the children with locomotor disabilities & for the children from lower economic group.Here is a special section for the children having behavioural problems & slow learners.

Credits

Youth producers

Rahul, Ashiq, Seema, Gudiya, Amit, Iram

Average rating

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(4.47)

Organization

American India Foundation

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Reviews

What a wonderful movie you have made. I was impressed by the joy and the determination of the physically challenged children to realise their dreams. Thank you

Cheryl Morgan  |  June 24, 2007

Fantastic message, but the quality of editing and film making was mediocre.

Chandresh  |  June 08, 2007

You picked a really important topic! You have some nice b-roll and interviews. I like how you focus on both how the greater society is most often set up for folks with different abilities than students at your school and the potential and dreams of your peers. I wish you all the best in all that you do.

Emily Bennison  |  June 06, 2007

I really enjoyed this video. The use of the Kal Ho Naa Ho music was a nice touch. The subtitling wasn't quite spelt right but the point was gotten across through the nicely done shots and visual transitions. The National anthem pan with the children was great too. This is really a great video. A little more subtitling would've helped because there were times, I was quite lost. I liked the message and I liked the presentation.

Arthi Chandrasekaran  |  June 05, 2007

it a good movie

jen  |  June 04, 2007

felt very good watching it, good work, congrats.

som sunder  |  June 04, 2007

really good

sumu  |  June 04, 2007

this was really a wonderful presentation highlighting the hopes and aspiration that these physically challenged children have, showing an urge to live life to the maxim.

girish sethi  |  June 04, 2007

We all belong to one community.

Sumeet  |  June 04, 2007

Excellent work by the young producers.Keep it up.

Seema Modgill  |  June 03, 2007

It's a beautiful short film showing the feelings of differently disabled children and their aspirations

Rajita Sinha  |  June 03, 2007

i really liked the fact how children are taken care of !!...especially those with disabilities!!..

girish  |  June 03, 2007

This is a real story ..its great!!.

sumeet  |  June 03, 2007

I was just going through all the other documentaries and i found "ramp to realization", which not only touched me but i also got to know the needs and wants of the students who are shown in there....not only that it makes one know and realisze the fact that we should treat all as one and should never have a feeling or a thought of differenciation amongst us!! well to put all in one sentence i would say "it is awesome"...:)

Shweta  |  June 03, 2007

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