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PWD: Can’t hire those who don’t have minimum marks: Railways; Persons with More Than 80% Locomotor Disability Now Eligible for PG Medical Courses …

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Can’t hire those who don’t have minimum marks: Railways
Persons with More Than 80% Locomotor Disability Now Eligible for PG Medical Courses
Disabled accused made to crawl to fifth-floor court

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Can’t hire those who don’t have minimum marks: Railways

Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Nov 27, 2019
NEW DELHI: The railways on Wednesday said it has complied with legal requirements to recruit persons with disabilities (PwDs) and was trying to find ways to employ more of them, but made it clear that those who have not secured qualifying marks in the tests cannot be recruited. …

Persons with More Than 80% Locomotor Disability Now Eligible for PG Medical Courses

Some of the other common disabilities covered under the new rule are blindness, low-vision, leprosy cured persons, thalassemia patients and people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
News18.com
March 20, 2019
New Delhi: The Medical Council of India has informed the Delhi High Court that disabled or ‘divyang’ candidates with more than 80 percent locomotor disability will be eligible for Postgraduate medical courses. …

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Disabled accused made to crawl to fifth-floor court    

Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Aug 6, 2015
NEW DELHI: A trial court here was left shocked when a disabled person, an accused in a criminal case, had to crawl on his hands to the fifth-floor courtroom because police did not think of arranging a wheelchair for him. …

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