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Accessibility in banking facilities is crucial for financial inclusion of persons with disabilities and for achieving the dream of turning India into a digital economy.
At a time when Tamil Nadu is singling out children with disabilities by forcing them to sit for board exams despite the pandemic, comes this positive step towards inclusive education thanks to the efforts of State Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities, Diethono Nakhro.
All schools in Nagaland, recognised and registered by the state government will henceforth provide inclusive education to children with disabilities.
MUMBAI: The state government on Thursday told the Bombay high court that all educational institutions in Maharashtra have been directed to conduct an audit of their buildings to check whether they have barrierfree access for differentlyabled individuals; if not, changes must be made within ayear to enable such access.
Pursuant to recommendations made before the Delhi High Court in April this year, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has intimated that it will be exploring ways to make identification of Indian currency easier for visually challenged persons.
To this end, the RBI has undertaken to develop suitable identification devices/mechanisms following consultation with stakeholders. Furthermore, the body is also expected to issue necessary guidelines within six months.
A statement issued by the RBI dated June 6 states,
Justice Shujaat Ali Khan of the Lahore High Court issued a notice to the Punjab government on a petition seeking an order to grant jobs to visually-impaired people who are protesting on the road for their rights.
Judicial Activism Panel, the petitioning NGO, filed the plea through its counsel. It was stated that every state deals with special people by taking the utmost care, but the situation is different in Pakistan. He added the visually-impaired are running from pillar to post for their basic rights.
Chandigarh: Punjab minister of social security, women and child development, Razia Sultana on Tuesday said 21 disabilities would be covered under the Rights of the Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016.
Sultana chaired the first meeting of the state advisory board on disabilities constituted under the Act, on Tuesday.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed the Centre to place before the RBI suggestions made by the visually-impaired on ways to distinguish between various denominations of currency notes with help of features like cut edges or different shapes and sizes.
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal came to rescue of a visually impaired candidate by directing the Centre to appoint him to civil service and allocate a suitable post based on the rank he secured in Civil Service Examinations 2016. A two-member bench comprising Justices R. Kantha Rao and Minnie Mathew allowed an application by Rizwan Basha Shaik from Kurnool, challenging the proceedings issued by the Department of Personal and Training (DoPT, IAS division) cancelling his selection.