[AI] DI section in CAT Examination.
alpanadubey10 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 13 13:14:46 EDT 2010
Swati, contact me off list and i can guide you how to deal with DI section.
I I've cracked CAT 2009.
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> Swati the case summary is below, link to judgement is at end (Word
> You may find this archived thread useful in addition
> Mr. Mohammed Asif Iqbal vs. Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Kolkata,
> Ministry of Human Resources Development (HRD), and All India Council of
> Technical Education
> Case No.: 2559/2003
> Complaint: Mr. Mohammed Asif Iqbal, a visually handicapped and a graduate
> Commerce, filed a complaint under Section 59 of the Persons with
> Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full
> Participation) Act, 1995 against IIM Kolkata. The complainant submitted
> he appeared in Common Admission Test on December 9, 2001. He was not
> accepted into IIM, Kolkata. He did well in English and Mathematics but not
> on data interpretation portions. He met Chairman, Admissions, who
> that quota does not identify visual, deaf or orthopaedic handicap
> separately. He informed the Chairman, Admissions that visually impaired
> more disadvantages over the other handicap groups. Orthopaedic or hearing
> impaired can see the graphs but visually impaired have to rely on the
> scribe. Complainant requested that IIMs should take initiative to
> the value of teaching blind candidates and providing fair opportunities by
> softening or lowering their admission standards for people like him. He
> suggested to set 1% seats aside for each handicap group which would serve
> their potential best.
> Judgement: It was unanimously agreed that the guidelines/instructions on
> proposed lines should be framed and issued by Ministry of HRD. Ministry of
> HRD was advised to issue the guidelines so that these would be available
> the prospective candidates of the forthcoming CAT etc. They may also
> supplement the proposed guidelines.
> Click here to read the complete judgement in word document
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