Volume 1 Issue 6 - November 15, 2003
Disabled scholars angry with DUDNIS News Network - Almost three years after Delhi High Court ordered 3 per cent reservation for disabled people in appointment of teachers, physically disabled students of Delhi University are still waiting for their due, reported The Times of India.
According to students, only five physically disabled candidates have been appointed as lecturers since March 2002.
"Despite repeated pleas no action has been taken to implement the court verdict," Vipin Tiwari, a PhD student of political science, who has been trying his luck for a lecturer's post, was reported as saying.
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