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Lower Division Clerk

Tue, 01/29/2019 - 12:36 -- geeta.nair

OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR & DISTRICT MAGISTRATE NORTH GOA DISTRICT
Collectorate Bldg., Panaji-Goa- 403001.
Phone No:- 0832-2426148, 2223612, 2225383 (EPBX) 
Fax No:- 0832-2426148,
2426492 Email:- coln.goa@nic.in
Advt.No.1/17/81-EST/Col(part-VII) 

Highlights of the advertisement are given below, for complete details visit  https://cdn.govtjobguru.in/wp-
content/uploads/2019/01/Collector-North-Goa-District-Panaji-Recruitment-2019.pdf

Setting a benchmark for inspiration

Tue, 01/29/2019 - 10:30 -- geeta.nair

KOCHI: Kerala Blind School Society (KBBS), Aluva has proved that disability will not be a deterrent in achieving one's dream by bagging the overall championship once again in the state special school fair held at Kasargod. The school, established in 1962, has been winning the coveted title every year and hasn't given away the first place in the state-level band competition for the last 21 years.
The school which became aided in 1995 is managed by a governing body of an 18-member-committee constituted by the CSI Marthoma church.

NAA MAIN NAA HAIN, A SERIES OF RISING FLAMES PRESENTED TO YOU BY TOGETHER BGFI, RISING FLAMES AND TCC

Rising Flame, The Blind Graduates Forum of India and Tanya Computer Centre  together present Rising Flame’s workshop series: "Naa Main Naa Hain: Understanding Consent, Love and Violence in Intimate Relationships".

What is this workshop?

Have you ever felt confused, what if the expressions are saying yes but they actually saying no? How does one know?

Have you ever thought of, "I am a woman; can I make the first move?"

Has it ever bothered you that your responses must either be yes or no?

NAA MAIN NAA HAIN, A SERIES OF RISING FLAMES PRESENTED TO YOU BY TOGETHER BGFI, RISING FLAMES AND TCC

Rising Flame, The Blind Graduates Forum of India and Tanya Computer Centre  together present Rising Flame’s workshop series: "Naa Main Naa Hain: Understanding Consent, Love and Violence in Intimate Relationships".

What is this workshop?

Have you ever felt confused, what if the expressions are saying yes but they actually saying no? How does one know?

Have you ever thought of, "I am a woman; can I make the first move?"

Has it ever bothered you that your responses must either be yes or no?

English teacher

Mon, 01/28/2019 - 12:47 -- geeta.nair

Rajasthan Netraheen Kalyan Sangh, (RNKS) A jaipur-based non-governmental organization requires one
committed and hardworking English teacher for its residential school, who is capable of teaching English to its students from third to twelth standard.

He or she is expected to take classes for 6 hours a day. The primary medium of teaching is Braille and the teacher should have competency in Braille.

He or she will be entitled to a competitive salary and other perquisites.

Notes of empathy

Mon, 01/28/2019 - 11:13 -- geeta.nair

CHENNAI: In January 2017, when we met Vasanth Raghuvir, managing trustee of the Shakti Foundation ahead of their 27th annual fundraiser concert, she shared a positive observation with CE, “The ‘pity factor’ towards persons with disabilities (PwD) is slowly fading away. Another perceptible advancement is that a lot of young PwDs have got married to able-bodied persons. They share work, run households and also work. Acceptance is slowly growing in society. It’s not sympathy that they need but empathy.”

Sports Day for Handicapped: Min encourages children

Mon, 01/28/2019 - 10:50 -- geeta.nair

Minister for Religious Trusts and Endowments, Public Relations, Law and Legislative Affairs, Science and Technology and Aviation, PC Sharma boosted children in Sports Day Progarmme organized for handicapped children at Bhojpur Club Ground here on Sunday.

He said that sports transmit zeal in life. He salutes all those, who are making constant efforts to bring happiness in the life of handicapped children.

Sharma further mentioned that differently abled children are full of incredible talents.

Vision To Achieve Dreams

Persons with vision impairment are as normal as those with eyesight. They have similar aspirations, abilities and desire to learn as any other person. The only thing that differentiates them from the ‘sighted’ is their lack of visual interaction with people, things and the overall environment. However there are other ways they can use to engage.  What they also lack is an accessible environment and encouraging attitude from people around them.

Denial of banking rights on grounds of disability

Banking is an essential part of every person’s life, be it able or disabled. It is so vital that even age is not considered for it. Working adults, homemakers and even students access bank accounts for their day-to-day financial needs. Like everyone else, visually impaired and blind people also require banking services like issuance of Cheque book, Debit and Credit card, Locker and Loan facilities etc. In spite of the guidelines issued by RBI and IBA (Indian Banking Association), banking services are very often denied to  persons with vision impairment.

Never back down

46 year old Dileep CR lives in Kurumassery, Kerala with his wife and daughter. Working as a construction labourer, he met with an accident on the site which adversely affected his eye sight. Following the mishap, Dileep found it increasingly difficult to continue his job due to low vision. Recently one of his eyes was enucleated and he has some vision in the other eye. Since then he has been looking for a source of employment so he can cater to the needs of his family.

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