[AI] matter of promotion in A.B. post

Asudani, Rajesh rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in
Mon May 10 02:05:33 EDT 2010

Hi Sunil
Under section 47 of PWD act, disabled can not be denied promotion on the ground of disability.
It translates in practical terms as disabled can not be debarred from competing for promotion along with able bodied, but there is no reservation therein unlike SC/ST which was done through constitutional amendment.
So, nobody can debar VI from competing for PGT as the post is an identified one.
However, you will have to score at par with general candidates for getting the post.
If you are not permitted to compete, you may approach authorities  like CPD AND ccpd, failing which HC etc.
However, if you are not given the promotion despite competing, you may ask for your score through RTI.
For reservation in promotion, a long battle is required.


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Subject: [AI] matter of promotion in A.B. post

I could not understand why VH candidates are not able to get promotion in A.B. post. As there is no ban on ST and SC candidates. This is happenning in Delhi administration TGT teachers are not given promotion for the post of PGT post. I did not get any response I wanted to know the views of members specially those who are related from law stream. You people are not giving any value to  my question not developping my understanding this is the a time of great worry for me.  hope this time certainly some wise people will understand my problem and give some sollution thanks all of you. I am   grateful to those who share their valuable suggestion and guidance. Dinesh shukla

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