The Higher Education Department needs to allocate 360 posts out of 1,895 for persons with disabilities, said BS Bharathi Anna, vice president of the association. (Photos used for representative purposes only)
People with disabilities want the Department of Higher Education to allocate 5% of guest lecture submissions to people with disabilities. The Association for the Rights of All Kinds of Disabled Persons and Carers of Tamil Nadu (TARATDAC) has called for Government Order 269 to be fully implemented.
The association’s vice president, BS Bharathi Anna, said only 4 percent of posts were allocated to candidates with disabilities, according to a statement by the minister of higher education. This means that she only gets 1% of her bookings for each category such as deaf, blind, disabled and other disabled.
“Now that state governments have provided equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities, we want the Department of Higher Education to allocate 360 of the 1,895 posts for people with disabilities,” he said. rice field.
Of the 5%, Bharathi Anna requested that 2% of the posts be reserved for the visually impaired. He said about 100 people have applied and want the post considered. By Monday evening, only 30% of eligible candidates had received her SMS from the department for a personal interview scheduled to begin on Tuesday.