[AI] AccessIndia Digest, Vol 64, Issue 395

Arpit gupta arpitg56 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 21 12:00:34 EDT 2018


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>    1. Re: Discrimination on the basis of disability by the
>       University, looking for remedy (Mohib Anwar Rafay)
>    2. future technology and  accessibility challenges, (Sanjay Prasad)
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> Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 20:35:21 +0530
> From: Mohib Anwar Rafay <mohibrafel at gmail.com>
> To: "AccessIndia: a list for discussing accessibility and issues
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> Subject: Re: [AI] Discrimination on the basis of disability by the
>         University, looking for remedy
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> Becoming examinor and being appointed as question paper settor is
> quite accessible and easy exercise. Since I can perform this task
> quite efficiently, why shouldn't I be given an opportunity to do it? I
> am given the responsibility to conduct internal examination and term
> papers which carry 40% weightage in total 100 marks in a particular
> course. But they dont assign me end term examination question paper.
> There may be two reasons for that, first, being appointed as question
> paper settor in endterm examination carry some API points which senior
> colleagues dont want to miss, second, University pay some amount of
> money for setting the question paper and evaluating the answersheets.
> Therefore just to grab these benefits senior colleagues are just
> giving me excuse of my disability.
> There are two types of discriminations, and what they are doing here,
> a negative discrimination to my disadvantage, which is against the
> basic fundamentals of law!
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> On 10/20/18, Dhananjay Bhole <dhananjay.bhole at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello Mr. Mohib,
> > University must provide accessible workplace to all it's employees
> > with disabilities. If they fails to do so, they should slitely change
> > the responsibilities of the employees as an assistant professor.
> >
> > If an assistant professor is not participating in examination
> > activities which are inaccessible to him or her that will not affect
> > on their career as long as they are conducting research generating
> > knowledge and publishing research articles and books.
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> > You can instead request other responsibilities and assignments which
> > are suitable to you. By laws, Institutions must not refuse your
> > request.
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> > Regard
> >
> >
> > On 10/19/18, Mohib Anwar Rafay <mohibrafel at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I am working as Assistant Professor in Aligarh Muslim University. Here
> >> visually impaired professors are not employed in the examination duty
> >> by the University. But it has become an excuse for them for not
> >> appointing a visually impaired professor as the question paper setter.
> >> As you all know, it will be having negative effect on my future
> >> progress. They simply assign the reason, "since you dont perform
> >> examination duty, you can not be appointed as the question paper
> >> setter, and there is a matter of sanctity of the examination as wel,
> >> since you will be taking the help of some other person for reading out
> >> the answersheets.".
> >> Members, what are the remedies with me?
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> >> Mohib Anwar Rafay
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> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 21:20:23 +0530
> From: Sanjay Prasad <sanjaylprasad at yahoo.co.in>
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> Subject: [AI] future technology and  accessibility challenges,
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> Sent from my iPhone using Braille screen input.
> today I  read an article on facial recognition system which will be
> implemented in selective airports from 2019  february 2019.   this, they
> say will expedite the checking and boarding procedure.
> paytm has also started to work on this technology which will eliminate  2
> factor authorisation and, will in turn save users time and such
> corporations' money.
> this technology expects us to look at the smart camera  which is
> impossible for many totally blind consumers.
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> what  can be the accessible solutions for such future technology?
> this is just for your information and  contemplation
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