Khaling Blind School

On 23rd of February 1973, Muenselling School was set up under individual activity of His Royal Highness Prince Namgyel Wangchuck, the then good clergyman of Trade Industry and Forests. Organization started as the school for the visually impaired with three understudies that were specifically grabbed from individual homes. Mr. Einar Kippenes, a Norwegian, was assigned as the main key of the school. With his better half and a national educator. The underlying cost of the school was financed by a Women’s Mission of Sweden, KMA, (Kwinnliga Missions Arbetare) and CBM, (Christoffel Blindenmission) now known as the Christian Blind Mission, an overall German Mission. The exceptional supplies and materials required for the training of the visually impaired were likewise secured with their budgetary help. In 1980, HRH Prince Namgyel Wangchuck formally named the school as Zangley Muenselling School for the Blind. In 1981 the school was formally set under the Department of Education. In 1995, the past Zangley Muenselling School for the Blind was renamed as the National Institute for the Disabled with an unequivocal goal of extending the open doors and offices to different classifications of the incapacities.