[AI] Who are the totally blind persons working in the fieldofLaw?

amar jain amarjain2006 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 1 12:27:49 EDT 2008


Respected Mam,
Hope all is going well there.
That is what I wanted!
Keep guiding me like this.
With Best Regards,


On 6/1/08, pamnani <kanchanpamnani at hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> Amar,
> I am from GLC. The current principal was a teacher when I was studying
> there
> and she knows me Personally and that I had bad eyesight when I was studying
> there.
>
> GLC had for a very short time a principal called Mr. Wadegaonkar. He was
> totally blind.
>
> Apart from the names mentioned on this lis, there are a few more lawyers
> who
> succeeded when there were no computers.
> 1. Noshir Guzdar  I think from GLC. Solicitor . Worked for Tata Motors
> until
> his retirement.
> 2. Deepak Motiwala maybe also from GLC. Solicitor. Specialises in Maritime
> Law and has his own practise.  You can read about him in the book Abilities
> Redefined on the AICB website.
>
> I know both of these gentlemen personally and I know that they worked for
> law firms for several years to gain experience. Both of them are excellent
> in braille. Deepak has also learnt to use Jaws and now effectively combines
> jaws and braille for his work.
>
> 3. Dr. rajendra Vyas is a lawyer by education and did practise law and I
> think even teach it for a few years before he got involved in work for the
> welfare of the blind.
>
> 4. Prof. Deshpande currently teaching in Hyderabad. Originally from Nagpur
> University.
> 5. moiz tundawala  a member  of accessindia is studying at the National
> University inCalcutta. you could have got in touch with him regarding
> entrance exams etc.
> 6. Rahul Kelapure and Mukesh Jain both members of accessindia and fromGLC.
> Both have good jobs. Rahul is with a private sector company and Mukesh is
> with a public sector company.
>
> 7. Dr. Sanjay Jain taught law in Pune.
>
> there are several others who are working in the field of law all over
> India.
> Amar, I wish you had worked hard and tried to get into the National
> University law schools like NLS and NALSAR. GLC Is good but these would
> have
> been better. Since you are blind you need to strive harder, you need to
> have
> better credentials and more of everything before you get a chance in life.
> Best wishes
>
> Kanchan
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "amar jain" <amarjain2006 at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 22:00
> Subject: Re: [AI] Who are the totally blind persons working in the
> fieldofLaw?
>
>
> > Bhaiya,
> > Bhopal will give admission on the bases of clat's marks.
> > So here my aim was not to get admission in that college but only
> > wanted to know about the persons are totally blind and working in the
> > field of Law.
> > My first aim is to get admission in G.L.C., Mumbai which gives
> > admission on the bases of class 12th's marks.
> > I am taking admission in the clat for the safety.
> > I think with in 2 days they will update their website that where they
> > are giving me provisional admission.
> > Regarding bhopal nliu, my father red on their website so I will find
> > that link again and will send to all.
> > But right now this is not my aim.
> > Only want to update myself because since I am going in this field, so
> > my knowledge should be updated. So no one can say that you are not
> > aware of this field or something like this.
> > I hope that everybody has got my point that what I want to say don't
> > know that weather my point is clear or not.
> > Thanks a lot for help. Keep guiding me like this.
> > Will send that info soon.
> > Best Regards,
> >
> > On 5/30/08, akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com <akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi mr. amar, why they are not giving you the admission?
> >> Man you are going to make your career in the field of law, so act like
> >> a lawyer!!!
> >> hoon, as far as rungta sir is concern, I know him very very well He is
> >> a totally blind yeah, totally blind!!!!
> >> if you've take the admission in Bhopal ask them to give you that
> >> information in written form that they can not give you the admission
> >> due to your blindness.
> >> They'll not do so, but they'll definitely give you the admission.
> >> anyway if  you have  still any problem ask me to come to Bhopal I'll
> >> definitely be coming to that place!!!
> >> after all, you are the lawyer of future!!!!!
> >> education is your fundamental right, and  no one can. ... . .... .
> >> ..... . ...... ...
> >> just be happy and cheere!!!!
> >> bye for now, Akhilesh.
> >>
> *****************************************************************************
> >>
> >>
> >> On 5/30/08, Neredimalli Annavaram <annavaram.n at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >>>
> >>> Hi Amar,
> >>>
> >>> probably, I would also be talking on the same lines of Pranay from
> >>> Eyeway.
> >>> but the important thing I wish to add is to enquire the institute as to
> >>> on
> >>> what basis are they specifying their admissions only to Low-vision. if
> >>> you
> >>> can, please also send me their notification in which they've
> >>> particularly
> >>> stated that their admissions are open to only low-vision persons. we,
> on
> >>> behalf of JNU visually-challenged forum, can write to them asking to
> >>> send
> >>> us the proper explanation, and include the same illegitimate
> >>> notification
> >>> into our charter of demands which we're planning to submit to UGC soon.
> >>>
> >>> by the way, Sweet Advocate Supriya doesn't fall under the category of
> >>> low-vision. her vision is very limited to the extent I know her. since
> >>> the
> >>> notification, if it is in the same format as you kept this list
> >>> informed,
> >>> will be null and void as per the existing guidelines of higher
> >>> education.
> >>> we've to fight legally rather than going through general examples.
> >>>
> >>> Annavaram Neredimalli,
> >>> Center for the study of social systems,
> >>> school of social sciences,
> >>> Jawaharlal Nehru University,
> >>> New Delhi.
> >>>
> >>> annavaram.n at gmail.comwith best regards!
> >>>
> >>>> From: go4pranayg at yahoo.co.in> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Date:
> >>>> Fri, 30 May 2008 18:59:26 +0530> Subject: Re: [AI] Who are the totally
> >>>> blind persons working in the field ofLaw?> > Hi Amar,> check with NLIU
> >>>> what is their criteria for low vision. the pwd act does not > give any
> >>>> specific magnitude of eyesight between which it would call a person >
> >>>> as
> >>>> low vision.> > but PWD act defines blindness. So as per its
> definition,
> >>>> if
> >>>> a person has > some vision which does not exceed 6/60 or 20 degrees in
> >>>> the
> >>>> better eye after > correction, then such a person would be certified
> as
> >>>> blind and not low > vision. so i think you should not go by the
> >>>> ordinary
> >>>> knowledge of whether a > person can see something or not.> > Would
> like
> >>>> to
> >>>> know what the legal experts on our group say.> > by the way, Kanchan
> >>>> Gaba
> >>>> from Kolkata, practicing lawyer is i think totally > blind and she
> >>>> might
> >>>> have completed her Ph.D in law by now.> > HTH,> best,> > Pranay
> >>>> Gadodia,>
> >>>> Programme Manager> Project Eyeway - A comprehensive information
> >>>> helpdesk
> >>>> on eye & blindness> C/o Score Foundation.> Y-70, Lower Ground floor,>
> >>>> Hauz
> >>>> Khas,> New Delhi - 110 016. INDIA.> > Mobile: +91 98917 91089>
> >>>> Helpdesk:+91-11-460 70 380 (Monday to Friday 11am to 5pm)> Office
> >>>> Phone:
> >>>> +91 - 11 - 2685 2559/ 2685 2581> Email: pranay at eyeway.org> Website:
> >>>> www.eyeway.org> ----- Original Message ----- > From: "amar jain"
> >>>> <amarjain2006 at gmail.com>> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>> Sent:
> >>>> Friday, May 30, 2008 6:35 PM> Subject: Re: [AI] Who are the totally
> >>>> blind
> >>>> persons working in the field > ofLaw?> > > Bhaiya,> Rungta sir has
> some
> >>>> vision.> About Anjali mam I don't know, Sweet Kanchan mam is late
> >>>> blind.
> >>>> And you are> talking about sweet sweet Supriya mam. She has some
> >>>> vision.>
> >>>> Actually I want to know the name of the persons who are totally blind
> >>>> to>
> >>>> keep knowledge. Because today while I was surfing, I saw that NLIU
> >>>> Bhopal>
> >>>> offers admission to low vision persons only. That's why I want to
> keep>
> >>>> knowledge of the totally blind persons performing in the field of
> Law.>
> >>>> I
> >>>> shall be greatful to all if you will provide me some knowledge on it.>
> >>>> Please help this kid.> Best Regards,> > > On 5/30/08,
> >>>> akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com <akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com> wrote:> >> > Hi
> amar,
> >>>> this is akhilesh from delhi.> > there are few persons in our field who
> >>>> are
> >>>> working as a very very> > successfull lawyer, and they are totaly
> >>>> blind.>
> >>>> > 1. kanchan mam.> > 2. mr. rungta.> > 3. ms. anjli arora.> > 4. I
> know
> >>>> > a
> >>>> mam in hydrabad, who is is very successfull.> > 5. mr. pankaj sinha, a
> >>>> newly passed guy from delhi university, now> > struggling in his
> >>>> initial
> >>>> time...> > bye for now, akhilesh.> >> >> > On 5/30/08, amar jain
> >>>> <amarjain2006 at gmail.com> wrote:> > > Respected All,> > > Can someone
> >>>> please tell me fiew names of the persons who are working in> > the> >
> >
> >>>> field of Law and are totally blind?> > > And if someone knowes then
> >>>> please
> >>>> also let me know that they are blind > > > by> > > birth or late
> >>>> blind.>
> >>>> >
> >>>> > I shall be highly obliged for this.> > > I am expecting your help in
> >>>> this regard.> > > Best Regards,> > >> > > --> > > AMAR JAIN.> > >
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