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Tue, 06/15/2021 - 15:38 -- geeta.nair

Office of the Chief Workshop Manager
Carriage & Wagon Works
Personnel Branch 
Chennai- 600 023

.No. CPB/P1/98/Act/TP/Vol.XXI 

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Closing of Online Application: 30.06.2021

Closing of Online Application: 30.06.2021


Deepstambh Foundation

Tue, 06/15/2021 - 11:13 -- geeta.nair

Deepstambh Foundation’s "Manobal"  PRESENTS *PARIVARTAN : A NATIONAL LEVEL TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM FOR YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES** On Personality and career development
•       Duration of the Program: 26th June to 30th June 2021.
•       Everyday 2 hours.
•       Mode of Workshops: Virtual Mode via Zoom platform.
•       Eligibility criteria
1.       Youth with disabilities between the age bracket of 17 to 28 years.
2.      Students from class 12th onward.
3.      Only Student with visual impairment and orthopedic disabilities can apply.

High School Teacher (Social Science) - Malayalam Medium

Mon, 06/14/2021 - 14:41 -- geeta.nair

CATEGORY NO: 203/2021 

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Closing of Online Application: 30.06.2021

Gazette Date : 02.06.2021 
Last Date : 07.07.2021

Last Date for receipt of applications: 07.07.2021

A six-year-long wait

32-year-old Navnath resides in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. At the age of twelve, he lost his eyesight and was confined in his home for the next thirteen years. Born to a poor family with limited resources or knowledge about life with blindness, Navnath had to give up on education and personal independence.

Donor to CMPRF receives assistance

Mon, 06/14/2021 - 10:12 -- geeta.nair


A visually impaired person who had responded to the call given by Chief Minister M.K.Stalin to donate funds to Chief Minister’s Public Relief Fund for taking up COVID-19 spreading prevention exercise received financial assistance of ₹ 50,000 on Saturday.

Ravichandran (52) of Aazhivaaikkal near Thanjavur town suffering from partial visual impairment had on June 9 donated ₹ 6,000 after selling his two calves.

Exclusively Program for working people with visual impairment through EnAbleIndia

As we all are going through tough phase of life, many things which were common for us became uncommon. We must get familiar with new things to go through this scenario. Being an employee, we know how difficult it
is to manage various responsibilities, especially in these unfamiliar conditions. We wanted to fulfill all responsibilities but may be finding a little difficult to manage.

Officers (Scale-I, II & III) and Office Assistants (Multipurpose) in Regional Rural Banks, (IBPS)

Wed, 06/09/2021 - 15:52 -- geeta.nair

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)
Common Recruitment Process for
Recruitment of Officers (Scale-I, II & III) and Office Assistants (Multipurpose) in Regional Rural Banks
In case of queries/complaints please log in to

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Education Ministry lays down norms for content for disabled children

Wed, 06/09/2021 - 10:17 -- geeta.nair

Digital education resources must be perceivable, operable, understandable and robust: Centre

The Education Ministry has laid down new guidelines for producing digital education resources for children with disabilities, after a year in which the COVID-driven shift to online education has spotlighted the lacunae in such resources. However, the PDF document containing the guidelines does not even follow its own rules, making it partially inaccessible to the visually challenged, says an activist, raising concerns about effective implementation.

PwDs can use their unique ID card for registration on CoWIN

Tue, 06/08/2021 - 10:57 -- geeta.nair

Soon, people with disabilities (PwDs) can use their Unique Disability Identification (UDID) Card as a Photo ID to register themselves on the CoWIN platform for vaccination, the Union Health Ministry said on Monday.

“This has been done to further facilitate the access to vaccination by disabled people and in this regard, the Centre has written to all the States/UTs to include it as a Photo ID for registration,” said a statement issued here by the Ministry. The necessary provisions for the same are being made and would be available in CoWIN shortly, it further stated.

Smart cane, powered by AI, navigates for the visually impaired

Fri, 06/04/2021 - 13:00 -- geeta.nair

The life of the visually impaired has been improved greatly with the use of the WeWalk smart cane.

Designed by a start-up with offices in London and Istanbul, the smart cane can warn the user of obstacles, provide navigation assistance and information on public transportation.

WeWALK acts as a new handle when attached to any long cane and was designed to feel natural, allowing for normal cane usage. 

Lockdown has been especially hard on Valley’s visually-impaired persons

Fri, 06/04/2021 - 12:49 -- geeta.nair

Yam Bahadur Gurung is a visually-impaired man but he is gifted with a good singing voice. Until the Covid-19 lockdown started in March last year, he had a busy schedule singing at various functions besides a regular evening job at the Indreni Dohori Sanjh, a restaurant with traditional Nepali live music, at Koteshwor in the Capital.

An inclusive website offering COVID-19 data

Fri, 06/04/2021 - 10:56 -- geeta.nair

A young trio designs it for the benefit of the neurodiverse and visually-challenged

Dynamic charts are an indispensable part of pandemic reporting. Take the one that tracks the daily case load in a geography. With a gentle glide of the mouse manifesting the data in chronological order, it presents an evolving picture with the minimum of fuss. However, without an accompanying audio feature, this prop means little to a visually-challenged user. Similarly, what is convenient presentation of information to a majority may be a challenge to someone on the autism spectrum.

First blind Chinese mountaineer climbs Mount Everest

Tue, 06/01/2021 - 10:30 -- geeta.nair

The 46-year old Chinese Zhang Hong has scaled the tallest peak in the world from the Nepal side, becoming the first blind man in Asia and the third in the world to climb Mount Everest. "No matter if you're disabled or normal, whether you have lost  your eyesight or you have no legs or hands, it doesn't matter as long as you have a strong mind, you can always complete a thing that other people you can't," Zhang told Reuters. Zhang completed the 8,849 metre-high Himalayan feat on May 24 along   with three high altitude guides, and returned to the base camp on Thursday.

Commercial Assistant (Mumbai Office), Unskilled

Fri, 05/28/2021 - 16:02 -- geeta.nair

(A Government of India Undertaking-Ministry of Defence)
(ISO 9001-2015, 14001:2015, 45001:2018 Certified Company)
Advt. 03/2021
CIN No U63032GA1967GOI000077
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Closing Date : 04.06.2021


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