UGC NET Exam, Blind girl force to struggle, Punjab No ratings yet.


UGC NET Exam, Story of a Blind girl Jyoti Malik, Punjab

I am still not able to understand why people move from their moral duties and how to make these people aware. In UGC NET exam, scribe went along with me was denied to write my exams by principle of shri harkrishan public school shaheed seva singh nagar, Patiala. I agreed calmly with the alternative to provide me the scribe they have.
Moreover, I was placed in the main area of the reception of that school with the reason, we don’t have extra room. This was not the end, it hurt me when the invigilator cum writer was performing other tasks by holding me again and again. No one can imagine how difficult is to concentrate on writing the exam with the management where they are discussing all the issues like when to ring the bell, discussing about the complains of the other invigilators etc with the same person who is writing your exam. Even I was not able to utilize the extra time given to me because of the heavy disturbance of the crowd of the students who were moving out for recess.
After recess, fortunately a friend of mine complained them again to allot me a room, they gave me a staffroom near to reception with the same environment and I was offered water and sweets there. hahaha.
This was the reality that my complaints and problems were taken lightly and were completely ignored by the principle of that school.
Now the question mark is, was it the fault of the principle, or of management of CBSE or of me?
Or without caring about my exam I should have been created mess with principle to make them fulfill my requirements.
With the same procedure I have successfully appeared in the UGC NET exam last time in Chandigarh. So why such discrimination this time.
Anyways, I have lodged the complain to the deputy director social security board Punjab, with CC to CBSE and to mukesh Jain, Joint secretary department of disability affairs. And have also reported to times of India.
Lets hope for the positive response.

Here I’m pasting the content of that Email.

28th December 2015.

Jyoti Malik,

Mr. Harpal Singh, Deputy Director Social Security Board Government Of Punjab.

Respected Sir,
Subject: Requesting To Intervene To Find a Remedy To My Emotional and Psychological Abuse By SRI GURU HARKRISHAN PUBLIC SCHOOL, SHAHEED SEWA SINGH THIKRIWALA NAGAR RAJPURA ROAD, PATIALA, PUNJAB.

I, a research scholar residing in the above mentioned address has appeared in the UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) held on 27th December 2015 with roll no.: 61005815
As per the procedure and guidelines, I’ve brought the scribe with me for my exam, but the principal of the above mentioned school denied my legitimate option of using the writer. Moreover, I have been made to sit in the reception hall to write my exam. Moreover, the person who was provided by the school to write for me has been given multiple tasks during the exams which has eaten my exam hours. The environment was completely inaccessible, it was completely violative to the guidelines of the chief commissioner for persons with disabilities (CCPD) and the Prime Minister’s “Accessible India.” It is unfortunate and disappointing to experience that the 1 entire year of my life is ruined by the poor administrative process. it is hard to imagine that a candidate of NET exam has to sit in the reception to write the exam. this discriminatory treatment has created a concern in me. I request you to intervene and kindly grant me justice against the emotional and psychological abuse i have ben put through.
Thanking You Yours Truly
Jyoti Malik.

Please rate this

About Author