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MANJULATA FIRST VISUALLY-CHALLENGED WOMAN OF ODISHA TO GET PHD She may not be able to see. But that hasn’t dented her spirit to live her life to the fullest like others. Manjulata Panda (38), a completely blind woman, successfully completed her PhD in Political... General, Education and Employment 29/Jul/2016
Conquering disabilities by breaking records THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: City-based genius Prasanth C, who recently entered the India Book of Records for his memorisation skills, has broken his old record. This time, the differently-abled youngster... Achievements, General, Education and Employment 29/Jul/2016
WORKSHOP ON SKILLING & EMPLOYMENT FOR PWDS A two-day workshop on “Skilling and Employment for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in the context of CSR” in Himachal Pradesh concluded here. Presiding over the concluding ceremony, Secretary,... General, Education and Employment 28/Jul/2016
Making Thiruvananthapuram disabled-friendly THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Union Government initiates  an audit in the city to check whether the guidelines formulated by the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities functioning under the... Accessibility, General 28/Jul/2016
Not sympathy or empathy...we need your support' CHENNAI: City Express catches up with someone who not only looked beyond her disability, but also played an important role in shaping the lives of many like her. Meet Rajeswari, a visually-challenged... Achievements, General, Education and Employment 28/Jul/2016
Applications invited The Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment on Tuesday has invited applications for the national award for the empowerment of persons... General, Policy News, Education and Employment 27/Jul/2016
PWDS STAGE STIR AT RAJ BHAVAN OVER RESERVATION Upset over the State Government’s negligence in implementing the policy of a three per cent-reservation for persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Government departments despite the Supreme Court’s... General, Policy News 26/Jul/2016
Visually impaired struggle to get scribes to write in regional languages Visually impaired students in the city find it difficult to find scribes when they have to write examinations in languages other than English. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs), who generally... General, Education and Employment 26/Jul/2016
CHAPTERS ON DISABILITY SOON IN SCHOOL CURRICULUM: JAVADEKAR Chapters on disability will soon be included in school curriculum to increase awareness and sensitise the youth about the issue, Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Sunday.... General, Education and Employment 25/Jul/2016
Open to Visually Impaired Now THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Students with visual impairment in the state will be given admission to science stream in Higher Secondary classes, from this year onwards. The cause of this epoch-making decision... General, Education and Employment 25/Jul/2016


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