[AI] 5 points for discussion now first and second

akhilesh akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 14 05:07:17 EDT 2010

Hello MR. navneet,
I'll clarify your 1st question 1st.
The pwd act itself provides that the mathematical questions have to be
eliminated from the exams for the visually challenged
In other words, the reading of the concern section suggests that it is
mandatory for the appropriate government  To exempt the visually
challenged from mathematical questions.
However, your case is a special case, and it require special consideration.
I’ll suggest you to file the RTI application and ask the relevant
questions to the concern authority, and state your qualification as
I think if the physics is  an essential qualification for the TGT, and
and if you’re not studied the concern subject, you don’t qualify for
the concern post.
Fight for the
PGT. as I’ve said earlier, file an application under the RTI act as
soon as possible, and keep us updating as well.
Thanks and regards,

On 6/13/10, navneet <dubeynavneetk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear access Indian friends ,
>                                                 I want to put some issues in
> front of access India since my English is not very good so I want to request
> to correct the language to very intelligent access Indians which also have
> knowledge of legal matters such as Rajesh Aasdhani, Kanchan Pamnani, S.C.
> Vashishtha, Deependra Manucha, Harish Kaution and many others. I am writing
> below some points namely Case No. 1 , Case No. 2 and so on and I want to put
> these points on PWD ACT blog.  please do correction in any grametical or
> legal mistake and help me to say my problems more clearly .
> Please remember that these points namely case no 1 and 2.... all these
> points are related to my experience of my life till today
> Today I will talk only 2 cases and they are related to reservation for the
> blinds . please read and tell  me what I must do to put my voice more
> effectively and to get justice ? all suggestion are highly appriciated .
> Case No. 1 :- Since I am a post graduate of mathematics and I want to became
> a PGT/Lecturer of mathematics and for this I am continuously appearing the
> recruitment exams but a change that I am observing from  last few years ,
> in the reservation  three percent for PWD's (Person With Disability )
> according to PWD ACT 1995. Now a day a new trend has come into existence
> that's they reserve any specific post for VH(visually handicapped)  , any
> other specific posts for HH (Hearing handicapped) For example any posts of
> PGT Hindi have been reserved for VH and  any posts of PGT Economics have
> been reserved for HH.
>                                                 But I think that if is a
> wrong method of reservation  because PWD ACT allows for horizontal type
> reservation in which all handicapped candidates should be listed whatever
> their subjects may be and one VH candidate is selected for out of hundred
> posts . In the existing  trend , if a blind candidate with the subject
> mathematics is appearing in exam and the recruitment authority has
> previously reserved the post of Hindi PGT for blind . This is not right , to
> correct it What we can do ?
> Case No. 2 :- Since I am a employ of Kendriya Vidhalaya Sanghathan under
> central Government of India and I am on the post of PRT (Primary Teacher )
> and to get promotion on TGT Maths (Trained Graduate Teacher ) . The
> necessary qualification is that candidate should have a graduate degree with
> Physics , Chemistry , Maths to promote on TGT Maths.
>                    But a problem is that I am a blind so I could not take
> Physics and Chemistry my subject in graduation was (1) Mathematics   (2)
> Hindi Literature  (3)  Economics . hence my combination of subjects in
> graduation  is different from combination which have been decided to get a
> job of T G  T maths .
>    But I want to apply for promotion  because I have post Graduate Degree in
> Mathematics So this rule of Government is not right and to make correction
> where should I apply for it ? What is the procedure ?
> Navneet dubey
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