[AI] CBSE-NET June 2015: Visually Challenged aspirants harassed to the Core

muruganandan.k send2kmn at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 01:58:42 PDT 2015


Dear Avinash and others,
A visually impaired girl has been out rightly denied permission to
take the exam at a center in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu. Ms.Barani, who has
just passed out of her M.A in English from Pondicherry University,
informed me the folowing yesterday: Those at the exam center in
Coimbatore did not provide a scribe, and also denied entry to the
scribe she took with her. They told her that she should have obtained
permission for bringing her own scribe one week earlier. They also
told her that even otherwise she should have informed the exam center
one week earlier that she would not bring her own scribe and hence
they themselves should (kindly) arrange one. Ultimately she was turned
down even though she had brought a scribe with herself, and requested
them to arrange anyone of their own choice.

I think we cannot afford to remain silent any more. UGC guidelines
were followed at least to a some extent earlier. After NET was
handed-over to CBSC, the situation has become worse. Why The column
for Visually impaired category in UGC NET application if they can't
arrange a scribe?

On 7/1/15, Akhilesh Kumar Singh <akhileshsingh.stephen at gmail.com> wrote:
> sure, we should directly head to the court.
>
> On 6/29/15, ca.s.vijaykumar at gmail.com <ca.s.vijaykumar at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 		Who says we are having  empathy  for disabled. The mind set of officials
>> has to be challenged through protest, we  can  not let it go just for the
>> seck of unjustifiable rules and policies formulated by some one who do not
>> understand the importance of ones career compromised.
>>
>> Vijay Kumar
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: AccessIndia [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On
>> Behalf
>> Of avinash shahi
>> Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2015 9:51 PM
>> To: accessindia
>> Subject: [AI] CBSE-NET June 2015: Visually Challenged aspirants harassed
>> to
>> the Core
>>
>> I'm reproducing my FB post and solicit members responses who appeared for
>> the exam
>>
>>
>> Let me share my experience with you all,others do share we will write
>> collectively to the CBSE/UGC/HRD Ministry. friends from the media
>> fraternity
>> are humbly requested to cover widely.
>>
>> 1.	The UGC and the CBSE have outrightly overlooked the writer
>> guidelines issued by the government of India for conducting exams for
>> persons with disabilities. Instead of verifying candidate-own scribe’s
>> document on the date of examination, The CBSE imposed extra burden and
>> asked
>> blind candidates’ to take permission one day prior to the exam.
>> Now one could easily apply one’s common sense to comprehend the
>> discrimination. When the all non-disabled aspirants were busy doing
>> last-minute preparation, blind candidates struggled from pillar to post in
>> reaching the different centres for availing  permission to use writers.
>> Most
>> of them who are very poor, were forced to incur extra money unnecessairily
>> Courtesy the CBSE.
>> 2.	My examination centre was in Bosco Public School Pashchim Vihar
>> Delhi. And to my disappointment, CBSE officials didn’t give writer-fee to
>> my
>> scribe. They contended that the CBSE would only provide writer fee to
>> those
>> scribes who were arranged by the schools. I argued that when authorities
>> had
>> verified the documents provided by my scribe and he fulfilled the criteria
>> recquired for writing the exam; why this different treatment meted to him?
>> The CBSE representative again telephoned to the head office and was
>> informed
>> that the CBSE formulated the policy where scribes braught by the
>> candidates
>> would be provided no remuneration. I ask why this discrimination? If need
>> arises I’m determined to go to the Court against the UGC and the CBSE.
>> We’ve faced enough humiliation. Its no more be tolerated. I urge other
>> candidates to share their experiences,we will collate, compile, then
>> correspond with the UGC, CBSE and the HRD Ministry.
>>
>>
>> --
>> Avinash Shahi
>> Doctoral student at Centre for Law and Governance JNU
>>
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