Adamas university has already been registered with the free software NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access ) to help visually challenged students.
Nonvisual Desktop Access (NVDA) is a free and open-source screen reader. It is simple to install & use. NVDA can convert text into braille, available in multiple languages (54). But only works with Windows (Not compatible with other OS types). Does not work with mobiles/tablets. NVDA can also enable the user to read content in any language, as long as they have a speech synthesizer that can speak that language.