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Ministry of social justice & empowerment scheme to promote voluntary action for persons with disabilities


The enactment of the Persons with Disabilities, Equal Opportunities and Protection of Rights Act of 1995 is a landmark legislation and an expression of Promote voluntary action for Persons with disabilitiesIndia’s commitment to social justice.

The Scheme of the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India, simplifies and facilitates procedure for easy access to Govt. support for NGOs with the aim to widen the scope and range of programmes. It will address the unmet need of over 95 percent Indian citizens with disabilities who have not had access to services so far.

The Objectives of the Scheme
—  To ensure effective implementation of the Act.
—  To encourage voluntary action.
—  To create enabling environment.
—  To ensure equal opportunities, equity and social justice to persons with disabilities.
—  To empower persons with disabilities.
—  To implement outreach and comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation programmes in urban and rural environments.
—  To enhance education opportunities at all levels and in all forms.
—  To enlarge the scope of vocational and professional opportunities, income generation and gainful occupations.

— To support all such measures as may be necessary for promoting formal as well as non-formal employment and placement opportunities.
— To support people with disablities in projects which are environment friendly and Eco promotive.
— To support effort to ensure protection of human, civil and consumer rights persons with disabilities.
— To support legal literacy, including legal counselling, legal aid and analysis and evaluation of existing laws.
— To support the development publication and dissemination of information, documentation and training materials.
— To support the conduct of surveys and other forms of epidemiological studies.
— To support (a) construction and maintenance of building, (b) furniture and fixtures, and (c) installation and maintenance of machinery and equipment.
— To support and facilitate the availability of appropriate housing homes and hostel facilities.
— To establish and support facilities for sports, recreation, leisure-time activities, excursions, creative and performing arts, cultural and socially inclusive activities.
— To promote research in various development areas, innovative strategies, assistive devices and enabling technologies and support production of such devices ensuring quality control.
— To support manpower development activities to train required personnel at different levels for the programmes/projects/activities for persons with disabilities.
— To set up well-equipped resource centres at different levels.
— To promote and support the development of self-help, groups parent organisations and independent living.
— To encourage coordination, cooperation, networking and multisectoral linkages.
— To support such other measures, which may meet the needs of the persons with disability and fulfil the obligations as prescribed in the Disability Act of 1995.

Eligible Organisation

1. The organisation should be:
(a) Registerd under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (XXI of 1860) or any relevant Act of the State/Union Territory; or
(b) a public trust registered under the law for the time being in force; or
(c) a Charitable Company licensed under Section 25 of the Company Act, 1958.
(d) It should have a legally constituted managing body.
(e) It is not run for profit to any individual or a body of individuals.
The organisation should have been functioning for at least two years at the time of applying for grant under the scheme. In case relaxation to this
condition is required detailed justification should be given. Secretary (SJ&E) is empowered to waive this condition, for reasons to be recorded in writing.

Extent of Support

1.   The quantum of support shall be determined on the scope and merits of the project proposal, which could be upto 90 percent.
2.   The norms of payment are mentioned in the scheme booklet.
3.   If an organisation has already received or is expecting to receive a grant from some other official source for a project for which application is being made under this scheme,the grant under the scheme will be sanctioned after taking that into account. The applicant will have to give information/ declaration to that effect.
4.   The grant will be released in two instalments normally.

Procedure for Submission of Application

(a) For New Project The application for the new projects will be sanctioned on the recommendation of the State Government/State Commissioners/National
Institutions/Organisations/ any other system designated by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment for this purpose on the form prescribed.
(b) For Continuing Project
(i) Application is to be submitted on prescribed form for release of first instalment. The required documents to secure release of first instalment
are :
— Audited/Unaudited accounts for the previous year indicating the expenditure incurred on each sanctioned item vis-a-vis the grant sanctioned.
— Budget estimates for the financial year for which grant-in-aid is required (showing recurring and non-recurring items separately).
(ii) The NGO will then apply for second and final instalment after utilisation of the grant released during the previous financial year. If any, in the prescribed format.

The required documents to secure final instalment are:

1. Annual Report of the previous year.
2. Audited Statement of accounts of previous year (Receipt and Payments statement, Income & Expenditure Statement) and Balance Sheet.
3. Audited utilisation certificate with itemwise expenditure as per the sanctioned items of grant.
4. Details of staff employed
5. Details of beneficiaries
6. Assets acquired wholly or substantially out of government grants under GFR 19
7. Any other information considered necessary by the organisation or as asked for.
(iii) The application for the continuing projects will be sanctioned on the recommendation of the State Government/State Commissioners/ National Institutions/Organisations/ any other system designated by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment for this purpose.
— The NGO will maintain separate account for each Scheme/Project.
— The organisation will also be open to inspection by Govt. authorities, etc. and for internal audit/concurrent audit and audit by the CAG, whenever required.
(iv) The NGO will submit their application after calculating the amount required to be released under grant-in-aid in a standardised calculation sheet as per the norms prescribed. They may also submit their applications after filling up standardised checklists, both for new as well as continuing project.

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Legal Provisions :

Section-47(1) & 47(2), 48(c), 67(1) & 67(2) of PWD Act’1995 have following provisions to safeguard the rights of disabled Government employees and to ensure equal rights/participation.

Dispense & Reduction in Rank not allowed :

Section-47(1): No establishment shall dispense with, or reduce in rank, an employee, who acquires a disability during his service.

Provided that, if an employee, after acquiring disability is not suitable for the post he was holding, could be shifted to some other post with same pay scale and service benefits.

Provided further that if it is not possible to adjust the employee against any post, he may be kept on a supernumerary post until a suitable post is available or he attains the age of superannuation, whichever is earlier.

Promotion shall not be denied :

Benefits for disabled=Section-47(2) : No promotion shall be denied to a person merely on the ground of his disability. Provided that the appropriate Government may, having regard to the type of work carried on in any establishment, by notification and subject to such conditions, if any, as may be specified in such notification, exempt any establishment from the provision of this section.

Research for assistive devices :

Section-48(c) : The appropriate Government and local authorities shall promote and sponsor research, inter alia in the area of … development of assistive devices including their psycho-social aspects;…

Insurance Scheme :

Section-67(1) : The appropriate Government shall by notification frame an insurance scheme for the benefit of its employees with disabilities.

Alternative Security Scheme :

Section 67(2) : Notwithstanding anything contained in this section, the appropriate Government may instead of framing an insurance scheme frame an alternative security scheme for its employees with disabilities.
1)    a) Reservation in promotion : When promotions are being made –
(i) Within Group ‘D’,

(ii) from Group ‘D’ to Group ‘C’, and

(iii) with in Group ‘C’ . 3% reservation will be provided against identified post for the three categories (1% each VH, HH and OH.)
2)     Posting/transfer near native place : Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ disabled employees of Central Government, who have been recruited on regional basis, may be given posting, as far as possible, subject to administrative constraints, near their native places in the region. Request for transfer to or their native places may also be given preference. This scope has been extended to disabled employees in Group ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ vide D.O.P.T., O.M. No.AB-14017/16/
2002-Estt.(Res.), dated 13.2.2002.
3)    Posting/Transfer of non disabled employees having Mentally Retarded children : mentally retarded children need special care for medication, education, vocational training etc. which may not be available at all stations. Ministries/Depar tments are requested to take sympathetic view on the merit of each case and accommodate such requests made by Government employee, who have Mentally Retarded children.
a)   Family pension to disabled children : according to Rule-54(6) of CCS (Pension) Rule’1972, son or daughter of a Government servant suffering from any disorder or disability of mind or is physically crippled or disabled, the family pension shall be payable to such son or daughter for life subject
to some conditions, given in aforesaid rule.

c)   Spouse can furnish details of handicapped children : The spouse of the deceased pensioner/Government servant has been allowed to submit detail of disabled children, which were not furnished by the later, to the pension sanctioning authority to settle such family pension cases.

5)    Transport Allowance :
Transport allowance at double the normal rates prescribed under Ministry of Finance O.M. even No. dated 3.10.1997 shall be given to blind and orthopaedically handicapped.

6)    Travelling allowance for interview :
Travelling allowance concession as admissible to SC/ST candidates called for interview and/or written test for appointment to Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ advertised post, recruitment to which is made depar tmentally (i.e. other than through the UPSC) are also admissible in the same scale to the handicapped ex-military

7)    Discretionary allotment of residential accommodation based on Supreme Court directions :
Under the provision of SR 317-B-25, in relaxation of the rules, the Government may provide discretionary allotment of residential accommodation to serving employees on medical ground within the overall ceiling of 5% of all types. The allotment shall be made in the case of employees and their spouses, dependent children/parents suffering from T.B., Cancer, heart ailments, blindness or low vision, hearing impairment, locomotor disability/
cerebral palsy.

9)    Escort Allowed for LTC : An escor t is allowed to accompany a handicapped Government servant availing LTC.

10)   National Award for best employees : The Government of India, MSJ&E provides National awards to 20 employees with disabilities. 4 awards (one each VH, HH, OH, MR) are given to best employees which carry a cash award of Rs.25,000/-, a citation, a certificate and a metal medal.

In addition, 16 awards will be given in these categories which will carry a cash award of Rs.15,000/-, a citation, a certificate and a metal medal each. Seven awards are reserved for women with disabilities. If no eligible women applicants are found or no applications are received from them, these awards will be given to the eligible/selected male applicants. the awards are given on 3rd December every year. The MSJ&E provides AC-I/AC-II class fare and lodging-boarding at New Delhi to awardees.

11)    Financial assistance to UGC blind teachers : University Grants Commission (UGC) has made provision that the university should consider to make annual provision for Reader’s allowance of Rs.3,000/- for purchase of Brailler, recorded material etc. for the blind teachers. The expenditure on this account can also be met out of the allocations made for books and journals/ equipments under the development plan of the university so university can claim UGC assistance for such expenditure. The colleges affiliated to university may have some provisions.

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Legal Provisions :

Section-40, 43(b) and 43(f) of PWD Act, 1995 have statutory provision to promote self-employment possibilities of PWDs. These provisions are –

Reservation in poverty alleviation scheme :

Section-40 : The appropriate Government and local authorities shall reserve not less than three per cent in poverty alleviation schemes for the benefit of PWDs.

Preferential allotment of land :

Section-43 : The appropriate Government and local authorities shall by notification frame scheme in favour of PWDs for the preferential allotment of land at concessional rates for –
Sub-Section (b) : Setting up business;
Sub-Section (f) : Establishment of factories by entrepreneurs with disabilities.


  1. 3% reservation in poverty alleviation schemes/programmes (SGSY, SGRY, IAY etc.) and other schemes like KVIC, KVIB, SJSRY have been provided to PWDs. The PWDs belonging to SC/ST or women may avail loan under scheme of NSFDCs and Rastriya Mahila Kosh (RMK). The poor PWDs can avail loan under DRI scheme also.
  2. Exclusive NHFDC scheme have been launched (1997) by Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment to provide financial suppor t to cross disability sector including parents association of MR persons for self-employment and pursuing higher education.
  3. 10 years upper age relaxation have been provided in PMRY.
  4. 7.5% reservation in allotment of dealership of petroleum products, have been earmarked.
  5. Top priority in allotment of STD/PCO have been provided by BSNL.
  6. Self Help Groups of PWDs can be formed with 5 disabled members only and subsidy under SGSY is allowed up to 50% or 1.25 lakh whichever is less. Micro finance up to Rs.25,000/- per member is available under NHFDC scheme.
  7. The Government of Orissa has provided 10% reservation to PWDs for allotment of Government retail shops.

Legal provisions :Employment and Persons With Disability

Section-32 to 38 and Section-41, 48 (d) and 48 (e) of PWD Act’1995 have various legal provisions regarding identification/ reservation of posts, power to inspect record of any establishment, carried forward, interchange, maintenance of record by employer, schemes for ensuring employment and incentive to employers.

Section-33 : Every appropriate Government shall appoint in every establishment such percentage of vacancies, not less than 3% for persons or classes of PWDs, of which 1% each shall be reserved for persons suffering from – blindness or low vision, hearing impairment and locomotor disability or cerebral palsy—

Section-35: Any person authorised by the Special Employment  Exchanges in writing shall have access to any relevant record ordocument in the possession of any establishment and may enter at any reasonable time and permission where he believes such record or document to be, and inspect or take copies of relevant records or documents or ask any question necessary for obtaining any information.

If any vacancy under Section-33 cannot be filled that vacancy shall be carried forward for three recruitment years. Inter se exchange among the three categories also allowed in case of non-availability of suitable candidate in particular category of PWDs.—

Section-37: Every employer shall maintain such record in relation to the PWDs employed in his establishment in such form and such manner as may be prescribed by the appropriate Government.  The records shall be open to inspection by persons may be authorised by the appropriate Government —

Section-38 : The appropriate Government and local authorities shall by notification formulate schemes for ensuring employment of PWDs and such schemes may provide for

(a) the training & welfare of PWDs,

(b) the relaxation of upper age limit ,

(c) regulating the employment, health and safety measures and creating of a non-handicapping environment,

(d) constituting the authority responsible for the administration of the scheme etc.

Section-41 : The appropriate Government and the local authorities shall within the limit of their economic capacity and development, provide incentives to employers both in public and private sectors to ensure that at least 5% of their workforce is composed of persons with disabilities.

Section-48 : The appropriate Government and local authority shall promote, sponsor research inter alia, in the following areas :
(d)    Job identification;
(e)    On site modifications in offices and factories.

Central Government Employment :

  1. 3% reservation, (1% each Blindness or low vision, Hearing impaired, locomotor or cerebral palsy) in appointment to Group – ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ post/services under Central Government, public sector undertakings & public enterprises filled through direct recruitment, have been provided to PWDs.
  2. Inter-se-exchange amongst the three categories of PWDs is allowed. The Head of the Dept. shall be the competent authority to allow it.
  3. If the vacancies reserved for PWDs are not filled; the reservation shall be carried forward for a period of three recruitment years.
  4. 3% vacancies/posts in Group-C and Group-D shall be computed on the basis of vacancies occurring in both the identified and non-identified posts, but Group’A and Group- B post shall be computed on the basis of vacancies occurring in the identified posts.
  5. 3% statutory reservation, while regularising casual worker, have been provided to PWDs.
  6. The upper age limit will be relaxed as follows :
    Group ‘C’ / ‘D’ posts/services10 15 13
    Group ‘A’ & ‘B’ posts/services5 10 08
  7. The locomotor disabled, who are certified as being unable to type by the medical authority, have been exempted from the typing qualification.
  8. The relaxation in standard of selection, available for SC/ST, will apply mutatis mutandis to PWDs also.
  9. The PWDs have been exempted from the application/ examination fee prescribed in respect of competitive examination.
  10. The liaison officer for SC/ST will also act as Liaison Officer in respect of the matter related to PWDs.
  11. Each appointing authority shall furnish a certificate, while sending requisition to UPSC/SSC etc., that policy relating to 3% reservation for PWDs has been taken care of.
  12. While inviting application for filling up of vacancies meant for PWDs, the recruitment authority invariably should indicate sub-categories of PWDs, the exact percentage of disability and quota reserved for PWDs belonging to SC, ST, OBC and General.
  13. The PWDs, if otherwise eligible and qualified, may be appointed on unreserved posts also, if such posts are identified for PWDs.
  14. All the appointing authorities shall notify vacancies to Special Employment Exchange and endorse a copy of their requisition to the nearest Vocational Rehabilitation Centre of Ministry of Labour & Employment.
  15. As far as possible, subject to administrative constraints, the disabled employee may be given posting, near their native places with in the region. Request for transfer to or near their native places may also be given preference.
  16. All employer will maintain separate 100 point roster for PWDs.
  17. Broadly, similar facilities to PWDs have been provided by public sector banks/financial institutions and public sector undertakings.

State Government Employment :

The State Governments/Union Territories provide reservation and other facilities for PWDs in Employment. The Government of Orissa has provided 3% reservation (1% each Blindness or low vision, Hearing impaired, Locomotor or cerebral palsy) in Group- B gazetted, specially declared gazetted post, Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ posts/services in State Government and public sector undertakings, out of which 1% reservation has been earmarked for disabled women.

Inter se exchange among three categories of PWDs is allowed. There is provision of carry forward of post for a period of three recruitment years, if post reserved for PWDs not filled. State Government has allowed 10 years upper age relaxation to PWDs for Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ posts. The employers shall furnish
to the local Special Employment Exchange/Cell quarterly returns in DPER-I and biennial return in DPER-II.

Source :

This is illustrative; not exhaustive; list of few activities in service, business, and production sector, best suited to disabled and area (rural/urban/semi-Indicative list of self-employment venturesurban) depending upon demand & supply position, location, investment, skill and infrastructure facilities etc. It is well established fact that if ‘selective placement’ techniques are applied while placing the PWDs, they may show their optimum efficiency. On the other hand, PWDs(persons with disabilities) need human support too; because of limited psycho-motor functions, vision, hearing, speech and intellectual capabilities.

The parents, guardians, peer group, relatives and community at large, should assist the PWDs in those activities which can not be performed by PWDs as and when required and requested. In remaining areas, PWD entrepreneurs should be allowed and encouraged to complete the business related task by optimum utilization of their residual ability, so that they can gain confidence, strong will-power, sense of confidence of independent working and importance of self earning. The PWDs are advised neither to be overconfident nor to underestimate themselves. The PWDs should try to complete the business tasks independently as much as possible.

They should not hesitate too, in requesting parents/guardians/relatives and community for helping in completing those tasks, which can not be completed by them, because of restrictions/limitations imposed on them, due to impairment and disability.

While selecting any activity/business, the PWDs and their guardians/parents should keep in mind ‘Essential Physical and Intellectual requirement’ of choosen activity/business. For example : vision is required for running STD/PCO but it is not essential physical requirement.

The essential physical requirement means that choosen/given task/activity compulsory needed involvement of one or combinations of more than one physical/intellectual activities such as manipulating (with fingers), pulling, pushing, lifting, kneeling, crouching, bending, sitting, standing, walking, seeing, speaking, hearing, reading, writing etc. The codes, used for categories of PWDs and Area, are given below :


LV – Low Vision

VH – Visually Handicapped HH – Hearing Handicapped,

PHH – Partially Hearing Handicapped

MR – Mentally Retarded (Mild-Moderate)

LH – Locomotor Handicapped

AREA : U – Urban, SU – Semi-Urban, R – Rural.


Sl. No. Name of venture/activity Category of PWD suitableArea (Urban/ Semi-urban/Rural)
01Beauty ParlourHH, LHU, SU
02Health ClubHH, LH, LV, VHU
03CarpentryHH, LH, LV, MRU, SU, R
04Laundry & IroningHH, LH, MRU, SU
05BlacksmithHH, LH, LVU, SU, R
06Barbers shopHH, LHU, R
07PlumbingHH, LHU, SU, R
08Cycle Repairing shopHH, LH, LVU, SU, R
09Electronic Equipments CleaningHH, LH, LVU, SU
10Repairing of diesel engine pumpsHH, LHU, SU, R
11MasonryHH, LHU, SU, R
12Two-wheeler repairingLH, HH, LVU, SU, R
13Hiring of sound systemLH, HH, VH, MRU, SU
14Hiring of generator & lightingLH, HH, VH, MRU, SU
Domestic Appliances RepairingHH, LH, LVU, R
16Tyre servicing & vulcanising shopLH, HH, LVU, SU, R
17Repairing & servicing of agriculture toolsHH, LH, LVU, SU, R
18STD/PCO, Fax with conference facilitiesVH, HH, LHU, SU
19Clock & Watch repairingLH, HHU, SU
20Musical Instrument Repairing PHH,LV,LHU, SU
21Mobile, EPBX, Fax, Phone repairingLHU
22Radio & TV, CD player, tape-recorder repairingLHU, SU
23Sewing-knitting machine repairingLH, HHU, SU
24Physiotherapy CentreHH, LH, OL, VHU, SU
25Footwear & leather goods repairingHH, LH, MRU, SU
26AC, Refrigerator, cooker repairingHH, LHU
27Xeroxing, lamination, spiral bindingHH, LV, LHU, SU
28House wiring & electrificationHH, LHU, SU, R
29Computer Hardware & RepairingHH, LHU, SU
30Coil BindingHH, LHU, SU
31Gardening (Mali)HH, LH, LV, MRU
32Screen Printing & Commercial ArtHH, LHU, SU
33Photo framingHH, LHU, SU
34Tailoring shopHH, LHU, SU, R
35Musical BandVH, LV, LH, MR, PHHU, SU, R


Sl. No. Name of venture/activity Category of PWDs suitable Area (Urban/Semi-urban/Rural)
01Cement jail-pipe, flower pot Mnfg.LH, HH, VHU, SU, R
02Cane Products UnitHH, VH, LH, MRU, SU, R
03Chalk MakingLH, HH, VH, MRU, SU, R
04Candle MakingHH, VH, MR, LHU, SU, R
05Agarbatti MakingVH, HH, MR, LHU, SU, R
06Jute ProductsHH, VH, MR, LHU, SU, R
07Leather goods (purses, bags etc.)HH, LV, LHU, SU
08Agriculture implements Mnfg.HH, LHU, SU, R
09Plastic Goods ManufacturingLH, HH, VH, MRU, SU
10Rope MakingHH, VH, LH, MRU, SU, R
11Readymade garmentsHH, LHU, SU
12Book BindingHH, VH, MR, LHU, SU
13Rubber stamp, sign-board,Badges, Number Plates,Name PlatesHH, LHU, SU
14Sauce-pickles,Papad-Badi Mnfg.HH, LV, LH, MRU, SU, R
15Broom makingHH, VH, LH, MRR
16C.B. Bricks ManufacturingHH, VH, LHSU, R
17Processing of maize & Ragi HH, VH, LV, LHU, SU, R
18Processing, Packing,Marketing of cerealsHH, VH, LH, MRU, SU, R
19Leaf-cup plate makingVH, HH, LH, MRU, SU, R
20Bamboo item production unitVH, HH, LH, MRU, SU, R
21Bee keepingHH, LH, MRSU, R
22Processing-Packing & Marketing of spicesHH, VH, LH, MRU, SU, R
23Furniture ManufacturingHH, LV, LHU, SU
24Orthotics-Prosthetic ManufacturingHH, LHU, SU
25Note Book-copy-file manufacturingHH, LH, LVU, SU
26Stone-wood carvingHH, LH, MRU, SU, R
27Handloom ProductsHH, VH, LV, LHU, SU, R
28Appliqué WorkHH, LHU, SU, R
29Rice Processing HullerLH, HH, VH, LVSU, R
30Dairy UnitHH, LH, VH, MRU, SU, R
31Goatery PiggeryHH, LH, MR, LVU, SU, R
32Poultry farmingHH, LH, LVU, SU, R
33FisheriesHH, LH, LVU, SU, R
34PotteryHH, LH, LVU, SU, R
35Paper Bags ManufacturingHH, LH, VH, MRU, SU


Sl. No.Name of venture/activityCategory of PWDs suitable Area (Urban/Semi-urban/Rural)
01Ladies CornerLH, HH, LV, MRU, SU
02Blouse Petticoat Matching CenterLH, HH, LVU, SU
03Cloth StoreLH, HH, LVU, SU, R
04General StoreLH, HH, LV, MRU, SU, R
05Utensil shopLH, HH, LVU, SU
06Medicine shopLHU, SU
07Sweets-snacks shopLH, HH, LVU, SU, R
08Betel shopLH, HH, VHU, SU, R
09Hardware & Paints shopLH, VH, LVU, SU
10Book & Stationery shopLH, HH, LVU, SU, R
11Video-VCD Cassette hiring shopLH, HH, LVU, SU
12Audio-Video Cassette sales shopLH, HH, LV, MRU, SU
13Variety storeLH, HH, VH, MRU, SU, R
14Electrical item sales shopLH, HH, LVU, SU
15Electronic goods sale shopLH, VH, HHU, SU
16Luggage sales & service shopLH, VH, HHU, SU
17Watch-clock sales & RepairingLH, HH, LVU, SU
18Cycle repairing & salesLH, HH, LVU, SU, R
19Gift item centerLH, HH, MRU, SU
20Vegetable vendorLH, HH, LV, MRU, SU, R
21Fruit juice & fruits vendorLH, HL, LV, MRU, SU
22Milk product parloursLH, HH, LV, MRU, SU
23Dhaba & RestaurantLH, HH, LVU, SU,SH/NH Roads
24Photo Studio/VideographyLH, HHU, SU
25Seeds, fertilizer & Pesticides shopLH, HH, LV, VH, MRU, SU, R
26Tent HouseLH, HH, LVU, SU, R
27Cyber Café & DTP job workLH, HHU, SU
28Clinical LabLHU, SU
29Ice-cream / juice parlourLH, HH, VH, MRU, SU
30Sea foods sellingLH, HH, LV, MRSU, R
31Travel AgentLH, LV, HHU, SU
32Building materialLH, LV, HH, VHU, SU
33Sports EmporiumLH, HH, HHU, SU
34Photography & VideographyHH, LHU, SU
35Flour MillHH, LH, LVU, SU, R

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Nagarathna-cbmNagarathna, CBM,Country Manager, SriLanka and she says girl or women with disability are not encouraged to go to educational institutions by the family members and also by the institution for not having proper accessibility and transport facilities.

Girl or Woman with disability are mostly rejected

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Mr.Mohan with low Visual Impairments working in disability and development field. He say the acceptance makes real change in the life of disabled person mohanand accepting disablity by the disabled person, by the family and by the society and giving equal opportunity, participation, encouragement to the disablity persons.

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Mr.Balaraman working as a computer operator with monthly earning 6000 per month and separately running an institution by talking memorology class to imporve the qulatity of learning for many people. Balaraman aim is to learn good things and to spread among people for improving the mankind.


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