[AI] important circulars

gautam gtm.agrawal at gmail.com
Thu Jun 24 07:28:17 EDT 2010

Dear Amitji,

Efforts of you and your friends are admirable.  As Mr. Prateek Agarwal has
offered, you can search and download the required circulars and government
orders from his website.  Lists of identified jobs of government of India in
group A, B, C & D are also available on the site of ministry of social
justice and empowerment, government of India.  Here, this is more important
to know whether the job of language teacher is identified  for the blind or
not in your state. Actually we at Karnataka also facing the similar problem.
Job of any type of school teacher accept the music teacher has not been
identified for the blind by the Karnataka government. Even in 2007, when the
1000 of  vacancies were advertised for the post of primary school teacher a
PIL was filed in Karnataka High Court for recruitment of blind as a primary
school teacher as per their reservation quota. And court gave the favourable
judgment directing the state government for recruitment of the V.H. persons
for the job of primary school teacher as per their reservation quota. But
the state government move to the supreme court to stay the judgment and
since than the matter is  pending in the supreme court neither the stay has
been granted  nor the afforstated judgment is being implemented. 

NFB, Karnataka also filed a fresh PIL petition in 2009 while again 4900
vacancies of primary school teachers were advertised and blind persons were
bared to apply for these jobs. In its interim order of 29th October 2009
against the said PIL the high court directed the state government to keep at
least 49 posts vacant until the final disposal of these petition and accept
the applications of qualifying blind persons for the same. Since then the
matter is standing in the high court for the next hearing. 

You would be aware of recent interim order of Mumbai High Court in which the
honourable high court has expressed its displeasure on the attitude of the
Maharastra Government on the matter of identification of jobs and its time
bound review.  It may also be helpful in your case as a reference.  I am
forwarding a copy of this interim order at your personnel mail I.D.

We have also filed a new PIL in the matter of appropriate identification of
jobs  and review of the existing lists, the first hearing of which expected
to be scheduled with in two, three days time.  I would inform you of the
outcome of the same after the hearing.

Best of luck for the desired success.

With regards,
Gautam Prakash Agarwal
NFB, Karnataka.

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Sent: 23 June 2010 21:20
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Subject: [AI] important circulars

Dear friends,
I am writing this mail on behalf of my visually impaired friend kaushik.
Gujarat government has decided to recruit 10000 language teachers in
middle school to teach standard 6 to 8.
It means there is around 270 sits reserve for the blind.
Now the problem is government is denying recruiting 100 percent blind
people for the same post. Their argivement is that a totally blind
person can not work on black board. How ever we have tried our best to
convince them, but they are not ready to change there mind.
Though we have approached high court, and the matter is in progress.
So we need necessary circulars such as: list of identified jobs by
central government, circular for employment and other important
documents as soon as possible.
And your valuable advice will really help us.
So please reply as soon as possible. And pardon my poor English.
Thanks in advance.
Amit Patel mobile: 9979904466
Email: patelamitt at gmail.com amitpatel1504 at gmail.com
Skype id: patelamitt1

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