Plot no-60/9, second floor, right hand side,yusuf sarai,green park, New Delhi , 110049
Interview date: 7 /12 /2019 1 1 AM.
Job role : HR recruiter trainee.
Disability: low vision female aspirant.
Age 18- 25.
Academic qualification: graduate in any stream or 12th pass.
Excellent communication and should know MS office
Job location Green park New Delhi.
Contact person Satvir Jogi 9768871719
Timcy Agarwal 7011612610
Person can also send mail at
This Saturday on 7 December Big Bazaar has something new planned as part of its #SabkeLiye accessible shopping experience. Called Able Hands, this is a first of its kind initiative where disabled people get to interact with non-disabled people . This initiative is being rolled in 292 ramp-enabled stores.
MAULANA AZAD NATIONAL URDU UNIVERSITY (MANUU) HYDERABAD
(A Central University) Gachibowli, Hyderabad – 500 032 (Accredited "A" Grade by NAAC)
Notification No.59/2019 dated 26.11.2019
Highlights of the advertisement are given below, for complete details visit http://www.manuu.ac.in/employment/Information-Booklet-EN%2059-2019-Teaching-27-11-2019.pdf
The filled-in application should reach through Speed/Registered post on or before 24th December, 2019
A Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) professor has developed a Braille model to teach chemistry to visually-challenged students. Talking about his research, professor BS Balaji said he had developed a simple lock-and-key model to teach chemistry concepts to visually-impaired students. He added that owing to the current limitations in science education for blind students, he had designed the model to address these shortcomings.
Mumbai-based NGO Voice Vision’s Entrepreneurial Idea Award for 2019 were announced this week. The aim of the awards is to encourage visually impaired with the view to enable the community to be job creators rather than job seekers.
Course Duration: 3 months, from 2nd January, 2020 to 31st March, 2020.
Classes will be held
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday.
Last date for registration 18th December, 2019.
About the Course
this batch of the Diploma in Computer Application and Access Technology course is targeted at increasing the employability skills of visually impaired adults. This course will also help employed visually impaired persons in increasing efficiency and productivity at their workplace.
Government of India
Staff Selection Commission
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions,
Block No. 12, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi - 110003.
Highlights of the advertisement are given below, for complete details visit https://ssc.nic.in/SSCFileServer/PortalManagement/UploadedFiles/Notice_chsl_03122019.pdf
Our guest columnist this week is Turab Chimthanawala. Turab, who is visually impaired, is a company secretary currently working in Mumbai. His hobby is to blog about his experiences and learnings from his tryst with visual disability.
Jammu, December 3
As the world observed Disability Day, physically challenged persons in Jammu and Kashmir continue to be deprived of their rights.
The J&K Handicapped Welfare Association on Tuesday demanded that the Central government should implement the provisions of the Disability Act-2016 as the state had become a Union Territory now.
The association has also demanded self-help groups for economic uplift of the physically challenged persons who have faced discrimination in the erstwhile J&K state.
NEW DELHI: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) was on Tuesday conferred with a national award for creating a free environment for persons with disabilities, officials said.
Chandigarh, December 4
The Centre has awarded the Haryana Social Justice and Empowerment Department for having best accessibility features of its website designed for people with disabilities.
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu honoured Principal Secretary Neerja Shekhar on December 2 in New Delhi on the occasion of World Disability Day.
80 people perform regular tasks in a dark room in Worli
The National Association for the Blind (NAB) offered a glimpse into the life of the visually challenged on Tuesday, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The purpose behind the exercise was to give people a sense of how the visually challenged overcome hurdles in their daily lives.
Setting an example for all Divyangs in Odisha, a visually-impaired person achieved a new feat with his nomination to receive a national award for his contribution to persons with disabilities (PwDs).
The 50-year-old Niranjan Behera from Paralakhemundi has become the inspiration for all differently-abled persons as he has been selected for the prestigious National Awards for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities. He will be conferred with the award on the International Day of PWDs by President Ram Nath Kovind on December 3 in New Delhi.
Chandigarh, December 3
A three-week long self-defence training programme, ‘Swayam’, for visually-impaired girls culminated today with a demonstration by 13 girls of the Institute for the Blind, Sector 26.
The training was conducted by the Chandigarh Police and was organised by the RCS Positive Abilities Rotaract Club and the institute.
Students trained were Vrinda, Savita, Rekha, Kashish, Usha, Manjit, Gaganjot, Kusum, Harleen, Garima, Rekha and Mansi. The training was conducted by Head Constable Sanjay and Lady Constables Pooja and Sonia.
International Day of Disabled Persons 2019: These apps, available on Android, can help special needs kids with developmental delays and speech difficulties to learn communication skills through fun and interactive ways.
Before I started writing this piece, I casually googled ‘media and disability’. Interestingly, most results were pertaining to the role of the media, portrayal of disability, some academic papers on the subject and so on. Well, that’s typically what comes to mind when you throw these two words together at anyone.
Himachal Chief Secretary Shrikant Baldi on Saturday asked the Department of Personnel and Training to clear backlog of vacancies for visually impaired within three months in the State.
The directions came after a delegation led by Senior Lawyer S.K. Rungta, General Secretary National Federation of the Blind Delhi, met the Chief Secretary here.
Tribune News Service
Shimla, December 2
On the eve of the International Day for Persons with Disabilities, the Umang Foundation, an NGO that works for the empowerment of the disabled, has urged Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur to make provision for free education to disabled students up to university level as per the judgement of the High Court delivered on June 4, 2015.
Bhanu P Lohumi
Tribune News Service
Shimla, December 2
Visually impaired Misbahuddin Yousufzai from Afghanistan is pursuing MA (Political Science) at Himachal Pradesh University here. He does not have a disability certificate. “I have difficulty in reading and writing. I cannot do without a magnifying glass,” he says, regretting that he was unable to finish his exam today.