[AI] Daily Eyeway Alerts

Eyeway Helpdesk helpdesk at eyeway.org
Mon Jul 13 05:01:42 PDT 2015


Dear Listers:

Greetings from the Eyeway Helpdesk!

Follow below the Daily Eyeway Alerts:

1. News-

India's ace-blind cricketer Bhalaji Damor's apathetic condition is just a
reflection of how insensitive the Gujarat bureaucracy is towards the
visually impaired. Gujarat today is the only state which restricts
completely visually impaired from government jobs via its own February 2013
government notification of the education department.  Rajesh Mulwani, for
instance, who is totally blind, is today the principal of District
Institute of Education and Training (DIET) in Amreli district. Not because
the government selected him under reservation, but he had to fight against
the government in the Gujarat high court, which ruled in his favour in
January 2013, and ensured that Mulwani was "deemed fit" for the principal's
post.  More at
http://www.eyeway.org/?q=state-has-blind-spot-visually-impaired


Lottery Dept Directed to Issue Tickets in Different Colours, Style. The
Kerala State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has directed the Lottery
Department to issue tickets in different colours and style every week. SHRC
member K Mohan Kumar, who considered the petition filed by lottery agent K
R Harikumar, a blind person hailing from Kannur, said that the move is
intended to help the visually challenged lottery vendors. More at
http://www.eyeway.org/?q=lottery-dept-directed-issue-tickets-different-colours-style

2. Training-

The next batch of Diploma in Computer Application and Access Technology
will commence from Tuesday, August4, 2015. The duration of this course is 4
months. Classes will be held

Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm.  The last date for submitting
application is Saturday, July25, 2015. Candidates who have passed at least
Class 12 will be given preference. Basic knowledge of English is a must.
Please make an application in the prescribed format available from NAB
Delhi free of cost. Employed persons may get their Application Form
forwarded by their employers. The form can also be collected in person from
our office on all weekdays between 10 am&5 pm. The form can also be
acquired by post or email by sending a request to Head, Computer
Department. Visually impaired persons seeking employment. Registration fee
(onetime, non-refundable) for all candidates - Rs.1000/-. Training fees for
self-employed candidates, from Government Departments, public Sector
Undertakings &Pvt.Sector - Rs. 3000 per month. The training fee is waived
off for unemployed candidates. For Registration contact NAB Helpline @
011-64556968. E-mail: helpline at nabdelhi.in. More at
http://www.eyeway.org/?q=diploma-computer-application-and-access-technology-course

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