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i am rajkumar , i would like to discuss about one eyed persons situation in india.
when i was 7 years old ,i lost my right eye in one accident done in my school after that i successfully completed my b.tech from jntu kakinada then i got rank 888 in GATE ,I attended NTPC medical test , i was disqualified then i didnt care then i went for ASM and ALP in railway board again i was rejected then i started thinking of my disability then i applied for disability certificate in govt. eye hospital ,they told me i am not eligible for disability because 30 % reservation for one eyed candidate ,but i never disappointed myself ,then i started to study more on this ,then i found the following
1.when compare with hearing ,orthopedic disability ,for their single ear ,they are having 70% reservation ,one leg or hand 70% reservation ,i did not understand why not for one eyed persons
2.where we have opportunity to prove because every exam having medical examination
i dont knw how to approach the government to discuss about our situation ,
please give me advice to discuss this with the goverment
i decided that i would like to gather all the persons having same issues
please contact me
i need ur valuable advices
8th January 2019 From India, Vijayawada
Dear Rajkumar,
I share your dismay and empathize the difficulties you are facing.
Visual impairment disability in India is categorized based on its severity. Percentages are accorded as proposed by a subcommittee constituted by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment in 1999. The categories of visual disability are notified in the Gazette of India, extraordinary, 2001 and are followed all over the country. On using the classification over the years, we have come across instances of visual disability that do not fit into any of the categories. Thus, disability certification board members have to rely upon their own discretion in categorizing some cases. You may read more here in this link-
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2812759/
https://www.medindia.net/health_stat...impairment.asp
Generally, the impairment of 40 percent or more is considered a handicap. As percentage of impairment in the case of a one-eyed person is only 30 percent, according to the approved definition in medical parlance, a person with one good eye is not a blind person.
You would be doing good for those handicapped with such disabilities if you take it up with the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt.of India in the manner indicated in this link-
Acts & Guidelines - Guidelines for other Disabilities: Office of the Chief Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities, Government of India
Nevertheless, May be, I suggest, you should think of opportunities like IT sector, where such disabilities are accepted. All the best friend.
9th January 2019 From India, Bangalore
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