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Persons with Disabilities

EMPOWERED COMMITTEE FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED PERSONS

(ECDAP)   

UNIVERSITY OF HYDERABAD

CONTENTS

 

Sl. No

Content

1

Minutes

2

Budget

3

Activities

4

Facilities

5

Items Acquired

6

APVCC (Andhra Pradesh Vikalangula Co-operative Corporation

7.

ECDAP Members

8.

Students List

9.

Some Facts

1.      Minutes of the “Empowered Committee for Differently Abled Persons” of the University of Hyderabad.

The Vice-Chancellor University of Hyderabad has constituted an Empowered Committee for Differently Abled Persons, issued a letter vide No.UH/REG/2008, dated December 12, 2008 from the Office of the Registrar.

As per the decision taken at the 64th STAC meeting held on 23rd October, 2008 – ref. Item STAC: 64:2k8:6 – a document containing the following was circulated. The said document was discussed in detail:

A Group of Union Ministers (GoM) came up with recommendations for ensuring equal opportunities to the differently abled persons. The recommendation states that:

1.   All Education Institutions should be made barrier-free within a reasonable time-frame of say, two years for universities, and three years for colleges. They should also have facilities to provide Braille books and talking books. Sign language interpreters should also be provided in institutions having hearing impaired students.

2.  Most central Universities should have a Department of Disability Studies, which should address all issues relating to persons with disabilities – specially human rights, rehabilitation, education, etc.

Director, Department of Higher Education, from Ministry of Human Resource and Development, New Delhi; vide letter No. D.O.No.1-21/2008-U.5, dated 17th September, 2008.

The University of Hyderabad admits every year about 50 students who are Differently Abled. At any point of the year there will be not less than 100 students who are Differently Abled (According to latest info. Office of CoE, HCU as on December 1, 2008 there are 118 Differently Abled students on rolls). As per the directions and the recommendations of GoM sent out by the Director, Dept. of Higher Education, MHRD, the following provisions need to be met with. These disability Services aimed at providing information, guidance and support to disabled students of the University of Hyderabad.

Accordingly, the Committee that met on 19.12.2008 discussed at length and recommended on 30.01.2009 and immediately obtained the approval in principle on    04-02-2009 for necessary follow up. The Committee has discussed various issues pertaining to the Differently Abled Persons in the University.

The following members were present at the meeting:  

1.

Prof. E. Haribabu

Dept. of Sociology

Chairperson

2.

Prof. G. Uma Maheshwar Rao

CALTS

Coordinator

3.

Sri Anjaneyulu

Dept. of Hindi

Member

4.

Dr. Abhijit Joshi

Dept. of Philosophy

Member

5.

Dr. Anwaruddin

Dept. of Urdu

Member

6.

Sri Padmanabha Rao

Executive Engineer

Member

7.

Sri Pullaiah

 

Member

8.

Ms Manjula Vani

 

Member

9.

Mr. Anil Reddy

 

Member

10.

Mr. Suresh Kumar

 

Member

11.

Ms. E. Swarna Latha

 

Member

The Empowered Committee purposed the following recommendations facilitating academic life of differently abled persons on the campus.

I.     Administration:

I A. Conveyance:

1.    Centralized Transport vehicle for Differently Abled may be provided for the conveyance on the campus.

2.    The Provision for Conveyance Assistance may be considered for Differently Abled Persons.

3.    Differently Abled Employees leaving or coming to the campus may be provided with transport / conveyance facility.

4.    Those who have their personal vehicles may be given Transport Allowance to commute between Hostels and the academic buildings.

I B. Accommodation:

1.    Differently Abled Persons may get hostel accommodation and in the case of Faculty and Employees Campus housing, on priority. The accommodation must be provided in the ground floor.

2.    Differently Abled Employees may be exempted from the withholding of HRA from their salaries.

I C. Financial assistance to acquire support systems:

1.    Financial assistance to buy Tricycles, scooters, stretches, support devices etc. may be considered.

2.    Financial support to procure hearing aids by hearing impaired may be provided.

3.    The existing provision for Reader / Scribe allowance be enhanced: Reader’s allowance: Rs.50.00 per day and Scribe’s allowance: Rs.300.00 per day.

4.    Financial assistance to procure MP3 voice recorders / players may be provided to visually challenged students which they use for recording and listening to the class room lectures.

University may approach some Foundations and Charity organizations to raise funds for providing such assistance.

I D. Mode of Examinations:

1.    Many of the Differently Abled students would not be able to cope with the conventional examination system. The need some allowances and exemptions in terms of options in answering certain questions involving drawings/graphics; duration of time etc.

2.    The scribes, provided by the University must be sufficiently qualified to help the Visually Challenged students in writing their examinations. Some students have earlier reported the problems faced by them with non-competent scribes in the entrance exams.

3.    The additional time for the end-semester exam may be increased to 1 ½ hrs. For internal tests, the time may be increased by half an hour. Similarly Entrance exam duration may be increased by 1 hr., since there is a need to establish communication with scribes.

I E. Networking and Computing Facility:

1.    Persons in-charge of the CNF may take necessary steps to help out with net facility in the Hostels. The CNF group may be informed/contacted.

2.    A Computing facility with all the necessary software (text to speech enabled, equipped with JAWS and Kruzwell) and dedicated Scanners for a strength of 25 students at a time may be made available at centrally located place. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Library (IGML) of University may be requested to facilitate this now. Institutional licensing (Campus wide license) may be obtained whenever special software for Visually Challenged is purchased. All the desktop PCs purchased for the purpose of Visually Challenged students must be attached with the scanners (HP4010). They should have compliance with Hindi – as well as other Indian Language software.

3.    A special provision of providing laptops to the Visually Challenged faculty be explored.

4.    All the computing facilities meant for Differently Abled may be backed up with adequate technical staff/technicians that have the knowledge of Operating Systems.

5.    Some identified hostels may provide computing facility specially designed for the Visually Challenged students with all the provisions said above.

I F. Other enabling facilities:

1.    The Placement Cell may be informed to explore the possibility of employment in Industry and in the relevant Institutions.

2.    Special equipment for Sports and Games may be available.

3.    Establishment of the Department of Disability Studies, a Cell for conducting and facilitating the assistance of the Differently Abled may be considered.

 

II.    Academic:

1.    All the teachers must be requested to provide with soft copies of their teaching material well in advance for their braille printing and distribution.

2.    Visually Challenged students may require extra tutorials. Tutors may be requested to spend additional hours (at least one hour) beyond formal classroom teaching.

3.    Sound Library: Acquisition of talking books, Braille books, Braille magazines and periodicals. It is discussed to explore the possibilities of establishing Sound Library with the assistance of National Association for the Blind (NAB) library & National Institute of Biologicals (NIB).

4.    A visit to the National Institutes by a small group of the above committee is recommended to obtain firsthand knowledge in the organization of such facilities (NAB Delhi and Mumbai) as early as possible.

5.    Faculty may also be provided with reader / Scribe assistance as in the case of students.

6.    The ‘readers’ cum regular ‘scribes’ may be employed with skills in Hindi, Telugu and Urdu.

7.    Training in Braille and in the Braille printing and use of Software for Visually Challenged may be organized to the interested staff.

8.    Special provisions in the mode of examination to be considered.

 

III.        Engineering: 

1.    All the footpaths must have railing on one side.

2.    Roads leading to Ladies Hostel need proper surface and footpaths with railing have to be provided.

3.    All the footpaths must be cleared from the obstacles such as electric, telephone or flag poles which obstruct the free passage.

4.    Barrier-free buildings: Constructing ramps with railings on both sides and provision of lifts for buildings with.

5.    Accessible classrooms for tricycles etc. to pass freely.

6.    Provision of hostel rooms close to washrooms with western commode facility.

 

IV.   Special Cell for Differently Abled:

1.    A special Cell to facilitate the requirements of Differently Abled Persons may be located at a place where it is easily accessible to everyone.

2.    The Cell will facilitate the communication and other requirements.

3.    It may be managed by a Junior Office Assistant (JOA) with telephone facility.

4.    It should be continuously monitoring the facilities and assistance in the matters of Differently Abled Persons.

5.    A complete list of Differently Abled students, their addresses with phone numbers be maintained.

6.    The Cell also will be the custodian of equipment such as MP3 players, recorders which will be borrowed by the Differently Abled students.

To realize the above, the budget was also proposed and an immediate sanction was obtained from the Vice-Chancellor, vide letter dated February 04, 2009.

 

2. Budget

There is no regular budget for ECDAP. However as and when required item wise proposals can be sent to Vice-Chancellor for approval.

PROPOSED BUDGET

for Differently Abled Persons at the University of Hyderabad

 

1.

To acquire tricycles to be placed at the need of schools (5 nos.)

 

1,00,000/-

2.

To acquire WIN Braille with a hardware lock facility (Institutional license – 25 individuals)

 

4,00,000/- @4,00,000/-

3.

Scanners (25 nos.) X Rs.13,500.00 each

 

3,37,500/-

4.

Bharati Braille conversion software for embossing the cost of Rs.50,000.00

 

50,000/- Indian Script Text at

5.

Desktops to all Visually Challenged Students
(25 nos. x Rs.35,000.00)

 

8,75,000/-

6.

Annual requirement of Braille printing stationery 30 students x 500 sheets per head = 15,000 sheets per annum (30 bundles x Rs.1,000.00 per bundle) (1bundle = 600-700 sheets (140 gsm paper) Rs. 30,000.00

 

30,000/-

7.

Kurzwell (25 nos. x Rs.35,000.00)

 

8,75,000/-

8.

Laptops (for lending) – 10 nos. loaded with Jaws Text to Speech software for lending; @Rs. 40,000.00X 10= Rs. 400,000.00 Each Dept./School may be provided with a laptop for Lending to the Differently Abled students.

 

4,00,000/-

9.

Headsets (25 nos. x Rs.200.00)

 

5,000/-

10.

Charges (Contractual work) for Braille keyboarding and printing
a) Telugu/Hindi/Urdu Braille (Feeding, Correction, Transport, Printing) per page Rs.30.00 x 100 x 10 = Rs.30,000.00
b) English Braille (Scanning, Correction, Transport, Printing)per page Rs.25.00 x 100 x 10 = Rs.25,000.00

 

25,000/-

11.

Scribe and Reader allowance: The Differently Abled Students
put full faith in scribes during exam time As per the Govt. of India Differently Abled Students have a provision to find out a scribe/reader who will be paid accordingly by an institution. Currently, a scribe or a reader gets about Rs.300.00 per month which is very low. This amount needs to be increased. 30(students) x 1500.00 x 10m = 4,50,000.00

 

4,50,000/-

12.

Sports and games equipment
a) Special cricket equip. for Differently Abled Students
b) Chess game equipment
c) Any other

 

10,000/-

13.

Any other/ Miscellaneous expenditure

 

2,50,000/-

 

                       TOTAL BUDGET PER ANNUM = Rs.38,07,500/-

The Empowered Committee proposes an amount of Rs.38,07,500/- may be allocated for the Differently Abled Account on the Annual Budget.

On date 17th June, 2011 approval was obtained for the Grant for the ECDAP is 6.53 lakhs which will be met from Merged Schemes-“Facilities for Differently Abled Persons” - Higher Education for Persons with special needs.

 

 3. Activities:

     1) Cricket Tournament

     2) Louis Braille Birthday Celebrations

     3) Singing & Electuation Competitions

 4. Facilities:

 1)  Established Separate rooms with Desktop Pc’s loaded with the necessary software enabling Visually Challenged Student to access academic material.

      a)  Centre for Integrated Studies

      b)  School of Humanities

      c)  Social Science building

      d)  Library.

 2)  Appointed manpower to ECDAP (D.E.O, Care – Taker, Attendant).

 3)   Provided PC Desktops to the Visually Challenged Students in their hostels, also Internet facility at Hostels.

 4)  Provided with a vehicle for Visually Challenged Students of CIS for their academic Purpose.

 5)  Allotment of staff quarters to Physically Handicapped/Visually Challenged staff Members.

 6)  Provided Tri-wheelers to the students and staff.

 

5. Items Acquired for the Visually Challenged Students

Sl.No. 

Particulars

Quantity

Amount

1.

No. of Computers (HP
Compaq dx2000 series)

25

8,93,225/-

2.

Scanners

30

1,20,000/-

3.

Zoom –Ex Camera

03

4,05,900/-

4.

Jaws Software(with keys)

30

11,10,720/-

5.

Kruzwell Software

20

6,53,200/-

6.

Duxbury Braille Software

01

53,500/-

7.

Multilingual Software

01

25,500/-

8.

Braille Paper

10,000

14,000/-

 

   List of Sports and Recreation Material: Amount – 15,000-00 Rs. 

Sl.No. 

Item Name

Quantity

1.

Cricket Kit

2 Nos.

2.

Volley Balls

1 No.

3.

Anklets/Knee Caps for Kabaddi

2 Nos.

4.

Cricket Balls

10 Nos.

 

    List of Musical Instruments:  Amount – 15,000-00 Rs.

Sl.No. 

Item Name

Quantity

1.

Tabla

1 No.

2.

Kangera

2 Nos.

3.

Dolex

1 No.

4.

Keyboard (Yamaha)

1 No.

 

   List of Academic Material:

Sl.No. 

Item Name

Quantity

1.

Writing Slates

4 Nos

2.

Talking Calculator

1 No

3.

Teaching aids for mathematics

1 No


Sl.No. 

Item Name

Quantity

Amount

1.

Angel Pocket Readers

05 Nos.

32,500/-

2.

Kaspersky Anti virus

06 Nos.

6,000/-

3.

Head Phones

05 Nos.

1,000/-

4.

Cassette

24 Nos.

720/-

 

   Purchased from IGML:

Sl.No. 

Item Name

Quantity

Amount

1.

Jaws Software (26/07/2002)

 

50,737/-

2.

Kruzwell Software (27/09/2002)

 

58,162/-

3.

Tape Recorders

15 Nos.

26,625/-

4.

Audio cassette

75 Nos.

1200/-

 

   Purchased from DSW:

Sl.No. 

Item Name

Quantity

Amount

1.

Transcend MP-3 Players

10 Nos.

18,250/-

 

  Here is the List of Students who received the MP-3 Players purchased by DSW:

Sl.No. 

Enroll No.

Name of the student

PS

1.

09IHMH01

D.Jayaramulu

IMA Hindi

2.

09IHMH02

D.Venkatesh

IMA –Hindi

3.

09IHMH04

Md.Qumuruddin

IMA -Hindi

4.

09IHMT03

T.Bhanu

IMA- Telugu

5.

10ISMA30

A.Samba Shiva Reddy

IMA-Soc.Sci.

6.

10IHMT01

A.Narsimha

IMA – Telugu

7.

11SPMA36

J.Ramesh

MA- Pol.Sci.

8.

11SPMA48

G.Suresh

MA- Pol.Sci.

 

Purchased from CIS BUDGET:

Sl.No. 

Name of the Item

Quantity

Amount

1.

Braille Printer

01 No.

3,05,680.00

2.

UPS

01 No.

91,050.00

3.

AC

01 No.

28,000.00

4.

Transcend MP-3 Players

20 Nos.

64,000.00

5.

Printer

01 No.

5,200.00

6.

Cd’s

100 Nos.

800.00

7.

Speakers

10 Nos.

5,700.00

8.

Head Phones

20 Nos.

---

9.

Ear Phones

05 Nos.

400.00

10.

Wall clock

01 Nos.

450.00

11.

Cartridge

01 Nos.

2,400.00

12.

Devnar Foundation
(Books- Rithikal,Vijakaram)

---  

30,460.00

13.

Braille Paper

5000 sheets

7,000.00

14.

Samsung Printer

01 No.

3,750.00

15.

Spirals

---

400.00

16.

Name Plate

01 No

1,200.00

17.

Transcend MP-3 Players

03 No.

9,960.00

18.

Head Phones

20 No.

2,977.00

19.

Head Phones

10 No.

900.00

20.

CD Bag

01 No.

250.00

21.

Cartridge

01 No.

3,900.00

 

6. APVCC (Andhra Pradesh Vikalangula Co-operative Corporation)

List of Items received from APVCC

   a. MP-3 Players (IPODS) – 29 No.
   

   Received 22 No. in the month of February, 2011 and issued to the following students.

 b. Received 07 No. in the month of November, 2011 and issued to the following students.

Sl.No. 

Enroll no.

Name of the Student

PS

1.

08ISMA03

CH.Ravi

IMA - Soc.Sci

2.

08ISMA11

T.Krishna

IMA - Soc.Sci

3.

09ISMA34

K.Vidya Sagar

IMA - Soc.Sci

4.

09ISMA41

A.Naveen Kumar

IMA - Soc.Sci

5.

09ISMA53

P.Ravi Kumar

IMA - Soc.Sci

6.

10ISMA26

E.Raju

IMA - Soc.Sci

7.

10ISMA30

Samba Shiva Reddy

IMA - Soc.Sci

8.

10ISMA44

Ranadheer

IMA - Soc.Sci

9.

10ISMA64

V.Ramu

IMA - Soc.Sci

10.

08IHMT03

P.Mohan

IMA - Telugu

11.

08IHMT05

CH.Harish

IMA - Telugu

12.

08IHMT08

T.Venaktesh

IMA - Telugu

13.

08IHMT13

V.Madhavulu

IMA - Telugu

14.

09IHMT02

D.Venkatesh

IMA - Telugu

15.

09IHMT03

T.Bhanu

IMA - Telugu

16.

09IHMT08

V.Lingam

IMA - Telugu

17.

10IHMT01

A.Narsimha

IMA - Telugu

18.

10IHMT02

M.Sriman

IMA - Telugu

19.

09IHMH01

D.Jayaramulu

IMA - Hindi

20.

09IHMH04

Md.Qumuruddin

IMA - Hindi

21.

10IHML06

V.Marikamba

IMA - Lang. Sci.

22.

10IMMM03

T.Sivaiah

IMSc - Sciences

 

  b.  Received 07 No. in the month of November, 2011 and issued to the following students.

Sl.No.

Enroll no.

Name of the Student

PS

1.

07IHMT13

B.Narsing

MA -Telugu

2.

10HTMA16

S.Rajender

MA-Telugu

3.

10SPMA57

G.P.Raju

MA - Pol.Sci.

4.

11IHMH07

Usha Sree

IMA-Hindi

5.

11ISMA58

B.Swathi

IMA- Soc.Sci.

6.

11IHMT04

B.Sudhakar

IMA- Telugu

7.

11ISMA01

A.Madhulika

IMA –Soc.Sci.

  c.  Samsung NET BOOKS (LAPTOPS) received in the month of February, 2011. 

Sl.No. 

Enroll no.

Name of the Student

PS  

Department

1.

09SNPC01

Y.Vijay Bhaskar Reddy

PhD

Communication

2.

10SEPH16

Jeetendra Kumar

PhD

Economics

3.

09MMPP02

R. Srikanth

PhD

Mathematics

4.

08SRPH06

B.Siva Kumar

PhD

Regional Studies

5.

10SSPH03

PSR Krishna

PhD

Sociology

6.

08HTPH07

P Mukunda Rao

PhD

Telugu

7.

09HTPH01

GSV Prasad Rao

PhD

Telugu

8.

07HTPH13

A Nagaraju

PhD

Telugu

9.

09MBMA19

Mohd Amer

MBA

E & HR

 

  d. Reading material CD’s received from Samrita Trust.

Sl.No. 

Subject - Paper

1.

Political Science – Paper – 1

2.

Political Science – Paper – 2

3.

Political Science – Paper – 2 ( Part 1)

4.

Political Science – Paper – 3

5.

Political Science – Paper – 4

6.

Public Administration – Paper - 1

7.

Public Administration – Paper - 2

8.

Public Administration – Paper - 3

9.

Public Administration – Paper - 4

10.

History – Paper -1

11.

History – Paper -2

12.

History – Paper -3

13.

History – Paper -4

14.

Economics – Paper -1

15.

Economics – Paper -2

16.

Economics – Paper -3

17.

Economics – Paper -4

18.

English – Paper -1

19.

English – Paper -2

20.

Telugu – Paper -1

21.

Telugu – Paper -1

 

  e. Here is the List of Students of Students who has applied for Net books (LAPTOPS)

Sl.No. 

Enroll no.

Name of the Student

PS

1.

11HEMA34

K. Sreekar

MA -EN

2.

11SPMA08

Chenniah.D

MA- PS

3.

10SIHN02

Nagure Malle

MP - E& I

4.

11HATN07

K.Mallikarjun

MP -CALTS

5.

10SPMA57

G.P.Raju

MA -PS

6.

07IHMT13

B.Narsing

MA -TL

7.

08IHMT08

T.Venkatesh

MA -TL

8.

11SIHL03

G.Sridhar

MP -E& I

9.

08IHMT03

P.Mohan

MA -TL

10.

11SPMA36

Ramesh Jonna

MA -PS

11.

08ISMA03

Chenagoni Ravi

MA -PS

12.

08ISMA11

T. Krishna

MA -PS

13.

11SPMA48

G. Suresh

MA -PS

14.

08IHMT05

CH. Harish Kumar

MA-TL

15.

08IHMT13

V. Madhavulu

MA-TL

16.

11HTMA15

R.Bali Reddy

MA-TL

17.

11HHMA09

Rahul jain

MA-HH

18.

10HHMA12

CH.Shankaraiah

MA-HH

19.

10HTMA16

S.Rajender

MA-TL

20.

10HEMA24

D. Rama Naidu

MA-EN

21.

10LPMS18

B.Ravi kiran

MSC-PB

22.

10LAMS21

D.Ramu

MSC-AB

23.

10SPHL07

B. Sreenivas Reddy

MPhil-PS

24.

10SPHL17

K.Anil Reddy

Mphil-PS

25.

10SPMA24

S.Kistaiah

MA-PS

 

   f.  Here is the List of Students who has applied for MP-3 Players.

Sl.No. 

Enroll no.

Name of the Student

PS

1.

10HEMA24

Rama Naidu

MA -English

2.

11HHMA09

Rahul Jain

MA- Hindi

3.

11HATL07

K.Mallikarjun

MPhil -ALTS

4.

10HHMA12

Ch.Shankariah

MA- Hindi

5.

11SPMA48

G.Suresh

MA - Pol.Sci.

6.

11IHMT02

D.Vinod Kumar

IMA -CIS

7.

11HTMA15

Bali Reddy

MA -Telugu

8.

10SPMA24

S.Kistaiah

MA -Pol.Sci.

9.

11SPMA36

Ramesh Jonna

MA- Pol.Sci.

10.

11SIHL03

G.Sridhar

MPhil- E & I

11.

10SIHL02

Nagure Malle

MPhil -E & I

12.

10SPHL17

K.Anil Reddy

Mphil -Pol.Sci.

13.

10SPHL07

B.Sreenivas Reddy

Mphil -Pol.Sci.

14.

10LAMS21

D.Ramu

MSC -AB

15.

10LPMS18

B.Ravi Kiran

MSC -PB

 

7. ECDAP MEMBERS


   The Vice-Chancellor is pleased to reconstitute the Empowered Committee for Differently
   Abled persons in the month of Aug, 2011.

1.

Prof. A. K. Bhuyan

School of Chemistry

Chairman

2.

Prof. G. Uma Maheshwar Rao

Centre for ALTS

Coordinator

3.

Dr. Anwaruddin

Dept. Of Urdu

Member

4.

Mr. Abhijit Joshi

Dept. of Philosophy

Member

5.

Dr. M. Anjaneyulu

Dept. of Hindi

Member

6.

Dr. Sai Prasad

SCIS

Member

7.

Sri Padmanabha Rao

Communication Cell

Member

8.

Mr. P.Isaiah

Executive Engineer

Member

9.

Mr.Anil Reddy

Pol.Sci.(Student)

Member

10.

Ms. Manjula Vani

Estate Section

Member

11.

Mr.K. V. R. Prasad

Finance & Accounts

Member

12.

Mr. Shiva Kumar

Communication (Student)

Member

13.

Mrs. Ujwala

Social Exclusion (Student)

Member

14.

Mr. Bhaskar Reddy

Sociology (Student)

Member

15.

Mr. Yesu Babu

I.M.A (Student)

Member

16.

Mr. Madhavulu

I.M.A Telugu (Student)

Member

17.

Mr. Ramulu

I.M.A (Student)

Member

18.

Mrs. Habeeba Khatoon

I.M.A (Student)

Member

19.

Mr. B. Avinash

HR Section

Convenor

 

8. List of Visually Challenged Students in the Campus.

Sl.No. 

Enroll no.

Name of the Student

PS

Dept.

Sem.

1.

09IHMH01

DASARI JAYARAMULU

IA

HN

6

2.

09IHMH04

MAHAMMAD QUMRUDDIN

IA

HN

6

3.

11IHMH07

NEREDLA USHA SRI

IA

HN

3

4.

07IHMT13

B NARSING

IA

TL

10

5.

08IHMT03

PAMTHANGI MOHAN

IA

TL

8

6.

08IHMT05

CHIKKA HARISH KUMAR

IA

TL

8

7.

08IHMT08

TINGIRKAR VENKATESH

IA

TL

8

8.

08IHMT13

VANGURU MADHAVULU

IA

TL

7

9.

09IHMT02

DEVALLA VENKATESH

IA

TL

6

10.

09IHMT03

BHANU THALLA

IA

TL

6

11.

09IHMT08

LINGAM VORAGANTI

IA

TL

6

12.

10IHMT01

ALAKUNTLA NARSIMHA

IA

TL

4

13.

10IHMT02

MASNA SRIMAN

IA

TL

4

14.

11IHMT04

B.SUDHAKAR

IA

TL

2

15.

11IHMT08

MA.MOHSEEN

IA

TL

2

16.

10IHML06

V. MARIKAMBA

IA

LS

4

17.

08ISMA03

CHENAGONI RAVI

IA

SO

8

18.

08ISMA06

SK YESU BABU

IA

SO

8

19.

08ISMA11

THANKALAPALLY KRISHNA

IA

SO

8

20.

09ISMA34

KOTAGIRI VIDYA SAGAR

IA

SO

6

21.

09ISMA41

ARISETTY NAVEEN KUMAR

IA

SO

6

22.

09ISMA53

POMBA RAVI KUMAR

IA

SO

6

23.

10ISMA26

ESURAJU RAJU

IA

SS

4

24.

10ISMA30

SAMBASHIVA REDDY APPIDI

IA

SS

4

25.

10ISMA44

CHILUVERU RANDHEER

IA

SS

4

26.

10ISMA64

VADDE RAMU

IA

SS

4

27.

11ISMA01

A.MADHULIKA

IA

SS

2

28.

11ISMA58

B.SWATHI

IA

SS

2

29.

10IMMM03

TATA SIVAIAH

IA

MA

4

30.

10HEMA24

D RAMANAIDU

MA

EN

4

31.

11HEMA34

SREEKAR

MA

EN

2

32.

08HHMA12

B PARUSHA RAMULU

MA

HN 

2

33.

10HHMA12

CH.SHANKARAIAH 

MA

HN

4

34.

11HHMA09

RAHUL JAIN

MA

HN

2

35.

10HTMA16

RAJENDER

MA

TL

4

36

11HTMA15

R.BALI REDDY 

MA

TL

2

37.

10SPMA24

S.KISTAIAH 

MA

PS

4

38.

10SPMA33

G RAJ KUMAR

MA

PS

4

39.

10SPMA57

GP RAJU

MA

PS

4

40.

11SPMA08

CHENNAIAH

MA

PS

2

41.

11SPMA36

RAMESH J

MA

PS

2

42.

11SPMA48

G SURESH

MA

PS

2

43.

11SSMA02

RAVI PAUL

MA

SL

2

44.

10SAMA07

RS PRIYANKA

MA

AN

4

45.

10LPMS18

B RAVI KIRAN

MS

PB

4

46.

10LAMS21

DANDUGUMULA RAMU

MS

AB

4

47.

10MBMH22

VENKATA CHANDRASEKHAR
DINAVAHI

MB

HH

4

48.

11HATL07

K.MALLIKARJUN

MP

TS

2

49.

10SPHL07

B SREENIVAS REDDY

MP

PS

3

50.

10SPHL17

ANIL REDDY

MP

PS

3

51.

10SIHL02

NAGURE MALLE

MP

EI

3

52.

11SIHL03

G SRIDHAR

MP

EI

2

53.

09MMPP02

RAVULAPALLI SRI KANTH

PD

MM

6

54.

07HTPH13

A NAGARAJU

PD

TL

10

55.

08HTPH07

PEDDINTI MUKUNDARAO

PD

TL

8

56.

09HTPH01

G S V PRASAD RAO

PD

TL

6

57.

05HCPH04

A.KISHORE KUMAR REDDY

PD

CL

10

58.

05SEPH19

B MADHURI SMITHA

PD

EC

10

59.

10SEPH16

JEETENDRA KUMAR

PD

EC

10

60.

10SHPH01

S GANGADHAR

PD

HS

4

61.

10SSPH03

S R KRISHNA PULIVARTHI

PD

SL

4

62.

08SRPH06

B SIVA KUMAR

PD

RS

8

63.

09SNPC01

Y VIJAYA BHASKAR REDDY

PD

CC

6

 

9. SOME FACTS

 

It is estimated that approximately 10% of the world’s population (more than 650 million) are   Differently Abled.

 

  • The majority (80%) of differently Abled live in the developing countries.
  • And they are concentrated in the Indian sub-continent.
  • Habitat Agenda endorsed by the world’s governments prominently addresses the issue of Differently Abled reads as:
  • “Promoting attaining the goals of universal and equal access to quality education, the highest attainable standard of physical, mental and environmental health, and the equal access to all to primary health care, making particular efforts to rectify inequalities relating to social and economic conditions, including housing, without distinction as to race, national origin, gender, or disability, respecting and promoting our common and particular cultures”.

            UN General Assembly on 13December 2006 and in Force from 3 May 2008).

  • Differently abled are not viewed as “objects” of charity, medical treatment or social protection but as “subjects” with rights who are capable of claiming those rights and making decisions for their lives based on free and informed consent as well as being active members of society.
  • Article 28(UN General Assembly charter on Differently Abled): Adequate Standard of Living and Social Protection: Recognizes the right of differently abled to access clean water services
  • Barriers to access:
  • Attitudinal barriers
  • Physical barriers
  • Lack of Rehabilitation and Equipment

 Overcoming the barriers

  • Developing a Centre for Differently Abled on the HCU campus, to facilitate access to infrastructure for comfortable living and education.
  • Developing policy guidelines for addressing various issues of differently abled persons
  • In addition to the above, guidelines were issued by the UGC Facilitating education for Differently-Abled Persons in various educational institutes are followed from time to time.

Differently Abled Students needed Various Programs for preparing them to realize the objective of education for all.

The functions of this committee are:

   1. Facilitate admission of persons with disability;

   2. Provide guidance and counseling to differently abled individuals;

   3. Create awareness about the needs of persons with disabilities, and other general issues      

    Concerning disabilities; and

   4. Assist disabled graduates to gain successful employment in the public as well as private sector.