[AI] Opportunity denied
gvamshiai at gmail.com
Thu Apr 1 03:36:00 EDT 2010
I remember Kanchan madam tried very hard for appointment of Tasildar
in the state of Rajasthan. I don't know about the result though.
One Mr. Dinakar, who cleared the IAS selection, got appointed as a
personnel officer in Indian railways.
So, if the job of Tasildar requires some vision, then he can be
appointed in an alternative job at the same cadre. Having said this,
why did the government reserve one post of Tasildar for visually
challenged when it feels a blind person can't perform
the duties of Tasildar independently?
Opinions from the legal fraternity are eagerly awaited.
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On 4/1/10, Sanjay <ilovecold at gmail.com> wrote:
> One of my friends has cleared KPSC (Karnataka Public Service Commission)
> exams in 2008. As the State Government was unwilling to recruit him to the
> post of Tahsildar, He approached KAT (Karnataka Administrative Tribunal).
> KAT directed the Government to recruit him within three months. But,
> Government appealed against the decision in High Court. The matter will be
> heard soon.
> The Government's contention is how this blind candidate can perform his
> duties. His problem is he cannot use computer effectively because most of
> the work is done in Kannada language, which is another barrier for him, as
> there is no accessible softwares and speech systems available in this
> language. I think the main requirement in Government jobs, as an officer
> one has to maintain secrecy. Therefore, having readers is not a defendable
> solution in this case.
> I would like to know how best he can defend his case and in what way he
> prove his abilities? Are there any class 1 and class 2 officers working in
> regional languages? Please share your experience so that he can defend
> himself and open the door for future job seekers. Perhaps this is the first
> time Govt. of Karnataka reserved a post for V I. in this category.
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