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Store Executive

Thu, 02/27/2020 - 11:22 -- geeta.nair

Indian Association For The Blinds

Job Openings for Visually impaired
Place: Mumbai, Pune & Delhi
Gender: Male
Position: Store Executive
Salary: Rs. 11,000 - 14,000/-
Disability Type: Low Vision /  Partially VI
Age: 20 - 35
Criteria: Good mobility, Ready to travel
Language: Local language & English

 Interested candidates contact: 9600372288"

Assistive technology experience & resource centre for visually impaired people opens in Delhi

Thu, 02/27/2020 - 11:05 -- geeta.nair

The National Association for the Blind in New Delhi is opening Beyond Eyes, a first of its kind
assistive technology experience and resource centre for visually impaired people. The centre aims to enable the community to experience the empowering effect of assistive technologies.

Pipe Fitter (Journeyman) Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Limited

Wed, 02/26/2020 - 12:28 -- geeta.nair

Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Limited (GRSEL)
(A Govt. of India Undertaking)
Ministry of Defence
43/46 Garden Reach Road,
Kolkata – 700024

Highlights of the advertisement are given below, for complete details visit or refer to the Employment News dated 22nd February 2020, page no. 14

Closing Date for Online Registration: 08 Mar 2020 (23:59 hrs)

Basic Computer Training for VI Candidates

Wed, 02/26/2020 - 11:45 -- geeta.nair

Mitra Jyothi is now an esteemed partner of NIIT foundation and all our Computer courses are certified by NIIT foundation since September 2018. This 2 months course participants will get Certificate Course in Active Basic IT (CCAB) and Certificate Course in Digital Literacy (CCDL) certificates from NIIT Foundation after successful training and assessments.

Course Duration: 2 Months from 6th Apr 2020 to 6th June 2020

Who should join this course?

VI Students who have completed Class 10 or above and are pursuing their studies will be given highest priority.

workshop on reading without seeing: for visually impair person

NAB Delhi is please to announce yet another marvelous workshop on Reading without seeing" for the visually impaired persons.

What to expect at the Workshop? Solutions for reading and writing for the blind and low vision.
The various sources of E-Books and their use will also be covered.

This workshop will enhance the reading  skills of Visually impaired persons and also make them independant.
So, hurry up and don’t miss the opportunity to learn the use of latest assistive devices for reading & writing.

Row over new norms on exam writers for visually impaired

Wed, 02/26/2020 - 10:55 -- geeta.nair

Tribune News Service

Shimla, February 21

Visually impaired students of the HPU are in fix as the institute is flouting the Centre’s guideline regarding writers for such students during examinations.

There is no condition regarding the academic qualification of writers in the guidelines issued by the Centre on February 23, 2013, but the new guidelines issued on August 29, 2018, put a rider that the qualification of the writers should be one standard below that of these students.

Disability Scholarships

Mon, 02/24/2020 - 14:26 -- geeta.nair

Passed in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act has required schools to accommodate the needs of their disabled students, breaking down many barriers that prevented students from accessing educational resources, and enabling more people to enjoy the full benefits of a college education. Recruitment efforts and financial aid opportunities aimed at disabled students now exist at a number of schools.

students approach HPU VC

Mon, 02/24/2020 - 11:33 -- geeta.nair

The Disabled Students and Youth Association (DSYA) has urged the Vice Chancellor of the Himachal Pradesh University (HPU) to immediately withdraw “wrong and misleading” guidelines for conducting examination of visually impaired and other differently abled students who cannot write, posted on the university portal. In a letter to Prof Sikander Kumar, Mukesh Kumar and Saveena Jahan, convener and co-convener of the DSYA, said the university had violated the directions of the UGC and the Delhi High Court by implementing old guidelines without applying mind.

Australia supports Karnataka Women’s Blind Cricket Team

Mon, 02/24/2020 - 10:53 -- geeta.nair

BENGALURU:  The Australian Consulate-General, Chennai, announced a partnership with Samarthanam Trust For The Disabled in Bengaluru on Friday, supporting the Karnataka Women’s Blind Cricket Team.
Andrew Collister, Vice Consul, said, “We are delighted to announce this partnership on the same day as Australia plays India in the opening game of the Women’s T20 World Cup in Sydney, Australia. Australia is proud to support women’s cricket from grassroots to the elite.”

Making mainstream literature accessible for all

Mon, 02/24/2020 - 10:40 -- geeta.nair

NEW DELHI:  Recently, the JCB Literature Foundation at ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival announced an initiative to make the shortlisted entries for the JCB Prize for Literature more accessible to the visually impaired. This particular announcement was made by Mita Kapur, writer and Literary Director of the JCB Prize for Literature, during a special session, titled Literature for All: The JCB Prize Shortlist in Braille.


Are you confused regarding your syllabus for mathematics and reasoning?
are you still not sure about your exam pattern?
Do you all have questions in your mind regarding your competition exam
syllabus, pattern, strategy and more?
Do you all want to know a best method to prepare for the all gobt.  exams?
So dear aspirants,
Smart-step is giving you all this golden opportunity!
Yes Smart-Step is organising for the students an online workshop.
Key features-

Child blindness campaign urges people to donate eyes

Thu, 02/20/2020 - 10:39 -- geeta.nair

Shalimar Paints has started an initiative to bring colours to the lives of the blind kids. To introduce the concept of #ColourALife, the brand has transformed the recovery rooms of eye hospitals by painting them with vibrant colours which gave them a view that till now would have only existed in their imaginations.

Through this digital campaign, Shalimar Paints endeavours to highlight the issue of child blindness and help the affected children by plugging the gap between the darkness and colours.

Jr. Judicial Assistant/Restorer (Group 'C') ( HIGH COURT OF DELHI: NEW DELHI )

Wed, 02/19/2020 - 15:15 -- geeta.nair


Highlights of the advertisement are given below, for complete details visit:

Last date for filling Online ApplicatiC'n Form: 11.03.2020

 Online applications are invited from ,persons, who are citizens of India or subjects of Nepal as per instructions issued by the Gove'rnment of India from time to time, for filling up following existing vacancies and for preparing a panel for future vacancies:


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