[AI] Disclosing disability in CV
swatisinha13 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 11:34:10 EDT 2010
In my opinion, one should mention his/her disability in the CV, because you
should always be clear in your part. Don't give chance to other to question
Likewise also even if you mention your disability in your CV, no consultant
checks or has time to review your whole CV. So during your interview you
have to disclose your disability.
Regarding the interviewer rejecting your CV on your disability basis,
totally depends on his/her mentality.
I have mentioned my disability under the last section of Personal details in
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sameer" <salatey at gawab.com>
To: "Access India" <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Sunday, April 25, 2010 1:25 PM
Subject: [AI] Disclosing disability in CV
> Dear Friends,
> We recently had a discussion on whether we should disclose our disability
> during the ongoing national census. I wish to know the members' viewpoints
> on disclosure of disability in job interviews in cases where there is no
> I seek the members' views on the following queries.
> 1.. Whether we should disclose our disability in the CV sent to
> prospective employers, job consultants or posted on various job portals?
> 2.. In case we decide to disclose our disability in the CV, where should
> it be disclosed? Assuming the CV has 4 sections - General Information,
> Educational record, work experience & salary details, where should the
> disability be disclosed & in what manner?
> 3.. In case we are called for a job interview, should we check in advance
> whether the company will be willing to consider us inspite of our
> disability? This query is more relevant in case we have not disclosed our
> disability in the CV since some blind friends who had not disclosed their
> blindness were refused permission even to appear for the interview when
> they reached the employer's office. Also, it has been observed that
> inspite of disclosing disability, interviewers tend to skip over the
> information & they are surprised when they realize the interviewee is
> Seeking the learned members views on the above queries.
> Mr. Sameer Latey,
> Mumbai, India
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