“Reasonable Accommodation” is defined in the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016, as the necessary and appropriate modification and adjustments, without imposing a disproportionate or undue burden in a particular case, to ensure to persons with disabilities the enjoyment or exercise of rights equally with others.



E-bulletins in Reasonable Accomodation and Disability Law



Scribes for persons with writing disability: Government invites comments

Landmark SC verdict on facilities and reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities



SC says disabled to get same relaxations as SC/ST

Claiming relief for persons with disabilities during Covid-19 times

Disability and Covid-19: Government issues protective guidelines



From Psycho-social Disability to Becoming a Judge



Disability Advisory Boards: Guardians of disability policy and affirmative action



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