SVK Shikshan Sanstha and Jeevoday Special School organised “WE CARE Walk A Thon” to mark International Day for Disabled on 3rd December in Nagpur. Dr.K.Venkatesham, Commissioner of Police flagged off the event as Chief guest.Around 1000 people from all walks of life participated to show that they CARE and made this event a Grand Success.
Mrs. Gayathri Vatsalya, President,SVK SHikshan Sanstha recently visited Germany and delivered presentations in Frankfurt and Berlin on ““Rights and Legal aspects of Disability in India”which was very well recieved by German participants.
1 – This Act may be called the National Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mentally Challenged and Multiple Disabilities Act, 1999.It extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir. 2 – In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, – a) “Autism” means a condition of […]
As a welfare State the Government of India as well as the State governments offer wide variety of concessions and benefits to persons with mentally challenged. For each category of concessions apart from eligibility requirements, magnitude of the assistance, definition of the handicap, clear guidelines regarding application form, procedure of availing the benefit etc. are […]
Law of Contracts According to sections 11 and 12 of the Indian Contract Act 1872, only a person of sound mind can enter into contract. A person is possessed of a sound mind if at the time of the contract he is capable of understanding it and of forming a rational judgment as to it’s […]
In India, the capacity of a person to marry is determined by personal law. There is no uniform civil code and the law relating to marriage differs from community to community. Each of these laws states that an "idiot" is incapable of marrying. However, the interpretation of "idiot" by court leaves some to marry. Yet […]