Mera Jeevan Mery Sharteyn ( Hindi )

Mera Jeevan Mery Sharteyn ( Hindi ) By Sonia Gulani Translated by Anu Singh

मेरा जीवन मेरी शर्ते लेखिका सोनिआ गोलानी अनुवाद अनु सिंह

Audio Presention by: Palak Mehta, Priyanka Tanwar and Anant Alam

18 लीक से हटकर चलने के अद्भुत किस्से

 

राहुल अकेरकर ने अमेरिका से बोईकेमिकल इंजीनियरींग मई मास्टर की डिग्री ली लेकिन उनकी पहचान एक सेलिब्रिटी शेफ और मुंबई के बेहतरीन फाइन – डाइनिंग रेसतरा इंडिगो के मालिक के रूप में है |

मनोहर परिकर ने आईआईटी बॉम्बे में इंजीनियरिंग की लेकिंग सुर्खियों में गोवा के मुख्यमंत्री के तोर पर आये|

हर्षा भोगले ने आईआईएम अहमदाबाद से मैनेजमेंट की डिग्री ली, लेकिन उन्हें दुनिया के सबसे मशहूर क्रिकेट कमेंटटरो में से एक गिना जाता है |

रशिम उदय सिंह कभी इनकम टैक्स की डिप्टी कमिश्नर थी, लेकिन अब देश की सबसे मशहूर फ़ूड क्रिटीक मानी  जाती है

इन चार सच्ची कहानियो के आलावा 14 और लोगो की कहानिया इस किताब का हिंसा है| मेरा जीवन मेरी शर्ते लीक से हटकर चलने के 18 अद्भुत किस्से में हर शक्श ने प्रोफेशनल क्षेत्र मई अपने करियर को लेकर कोई न कोई प्रयोग किउए और उसमे सफल हुए | इन 18 लोगो ने यह साबित कर दिया की क़रीर या पढाई के ठीक बीचोबीच अपने दिल की आवाज़ सुनकर एक रास्ता अख्तियार कर लेना कोई बूरा ख्याल नहीं है |

 

इनमे से एक राहुल राम एन्वॉयरमेंटल टाकीज़कालॉज़ी में पीएचडी है लेकिन उन्होंने संगीत का रास्ता चुना और देश के सबसे मशहूर बैंड इंडिया ओसियन  का हिस्सा बने. आईआईएम कोलकाता के ग्रेजुएट ने अपने सफल कॉर्पोरेट करियर के बिच में तय किया की वे सिर्फ और सिर्फ लिखना चाहते है, अमिश के शिव रचनातरया – द इम्मोर्टल्स ऑफ़ मेलुहा, द  सीक्रेट ऑफ़ नागiस और द ओठ ऑफ़ वायुपुत्रास ने किताबो की दुनिया में नया इतिहास रचा | ठीक इसी तरह श्रीनाथ ने एडवरटाइजिंग में बना बनाया करियर छोड़कर एक NGO  के लिए काम करने का असाधारण फैसला लिया|

 


 

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With not even one per cent being disabled-friendly, colleges are difficult to access for many

According to the new disability law, any college being planned must make provisions for the disabled. But the question is how many of them will comply.

It is a testimony to how far we are from realising the dream of smart cities that not even 1% of India’s 789 universities, 37,204 colleges and 11,443 stand-alone higher education institutions are disabled-friendly. This startling statistic was revealed by a forum for disabled students. Since 1995, when the government made it mandatory for educational institutions receiving aid from the State to reserve 4% seats for people with disability, there has been little improvement in the situation. Despite the enactment of the Right to Education Act in 2009, which promised free and compulsory primary education to every child in the country, less than 0.1% of India’s 2.68 crore people with disabilities are enrolled in schools. As they move from primary to secondary and higher education, the figure drops to a dismal .01%.

The dearth of infrastructure that facilitates access for the physically challenged — ramps, railings and accessible wash rooms – is just one of the reasons which prevent them from pursuing their studies. There is the absence of trained staff and alternative teaching aides. In order to compete with their peers, the partially sighted, for instance, need specialised books and material in Braille. Those are seldom provided. In the last decade, since the non-profit Samarthyam’s Centre for Accessible Environments began conducting access audits for educational institutions, co-founder Anjlee Agarwal doesn’t recall coming across even one college that can be termed disabled-friendly.

Despite the laws having acquired more teeth to deal with this issue, our planners and builders remain apathetic. The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill passed in 2016 sets the government a two-year deadline to ensure that those with disability get barrier-free access in infrastructure and transport systems. Additionally, it holds the private sector — builders and developers — accountable for creating an accessible environment. This, experts say, is a departure from the 1995 act which was largely toothless. The punitive action for non-compliance can be a five-year prison term. So, in accordance with National Building Code announced in 2016, any new school and college being planned has to be 100 per cent accessible.

Since building by-laws are a state subject, implementation across the country is uneven. The few exceptions to this appear to be government-led initiatives in Odisha, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu. Still, putting up a ramp here and a disabled-friendly toilet there doesn’t really turn things around. One measure of a civilised society should be the sensitivity it displays towards the disabled. If a chunk of the 2.68 crore physically challenged people in the country cannot board a train, watch a movie or operate an ATM owing to lack of access, and if we make it difficult for many of them to attend college, all the talk of a demographic dividend amounts to little.

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A day out for differently abled with winged visitors

Battling the cold with sparkling enthusiasm, as many as nine differently abled members of the Chandigarh Spinal Rehabilitation Centre went for a bird walk excursion to a bird watching spot located at the Sukhna lake, along with members of the Chandigarh Bird Club, here on Thursday afternoon.

With most of the indoor patients of the facility belonging to age group of 24 and above, the excursion was conducted as part of an annual visit organised under the aegis of M S Sekhon, head of department of geography, DAV College, Sector 10, and president, Chandigarh Bird Club. “Being differently abled, we cannot exclude them from the outings and other nice things in life,” said Sekhon while speaking to TOI.

The bird walk that began from the regulatory end of the lake, commenced from the parking area beyond the Nature Interpretation Centre and witnessed an amazingly efficient support staff comprising physiotherapists, nurses and other kinds of helpers, pushing the wheelchairs of patients through the muddy terrain of the birdwatching stretch.

Peeping through the specially designed binoculars, Ashish (25), a paraplegic patient at the facility, said, “I had seen these birds last year as well. They were nice. The weather was the same though. It was the same kind of cold.” Kaushalya, one of the indoor patients at the rehab facility, said, “I love coming here. I love nature and I am enthusiastic about a lot of things like swimming.”

Numerous senior members of the Chandigarh Bird Club, an eight-year-old group of the city comprising young officers, bureaucrats and teachers among others, educated the differently abled individuals about the different species of birds like barheaded geese, coots, common pochard, tufted ducks, black headed geese, little grebe among others. “I just love being a part of this group because I am a nature lover and this lets me explore that side of me while also appreciating Chandigarh as a city,” said Amandeep, a club member.

 

Most of the patients admitted at the rehab facility have been dealing with spinal injuries arising out of road accidents and bullet and knife wounds among other causes. Speaking to TOI, Prem Jit Singh, a physiotherapist at the facility, said, “Most of these patients here have been living in our facility for a few months now. They also have their family members here with us as well. They are from all over the country and have also come from places like Bengaluru and Kerala. Spinal injuries leads to paralysis, making them paraplegic and quadriplegic.”

 

When asked about the occupational background of the patients, he said, “Most of them have jobs and businesses and some of them are students too. Each time they take a break for a few months, they come to our facility for treatment and support.”

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18. Abilities Redefined Forty Life Stories of Courage and Accomplishment

ABILITIES REDEFINED

Forty Life Stories of Courage and Accomplishment

By Mukta Aneja & Eyeway Team

Editorial Board:

A.K. Mittal–Consulting Editor:

J.L. Kaul, George Abraham — Editors

Published by: All India Confederation of the Blind sector – 5, Rohini, Delhi – 110085, India

On the Occasion of the Confederation’s SILVER JUBLIEE Celebrations 2005

dedicated to the loving memory of LAL ADVANI The Doyan of the Disability Movement in India

Presented by: Shivangi Sharma and Rani Kochar

 

To download or play click the following links: 40 blind acheivers original tracks with mp3

 



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17. A Life Free From Violence The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act

 

The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act:

Editor: Sheela Ramanathan

Presented by: Shristhi Kathuria and Shivangi Sharma

A Commentary

This is a compilation of commentary on the Domestic Violence, women face, which goes normally unreported because of the lack of a support system. The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005 has tried to recognise the difficulties women face due to violence and discrimination and seeks to design a system to provide relief to the victims of such violence.

Every lady in our country must make herself aware of the rights given to her by this Act, for their own use or to help other women.

 

To download or play click: A Life Free From Violence The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act audiobook

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16. Why I am an Atheist?

Why i am an atheist?

Main nastik kyun Haan?

By: Shaheed Bhaghat Singh

Presented By: Jaswinder Kaur

Recorded at Disha Recording Studio, Chandigarh. Disha – Harbinger of Social change & Development, is an NGO working to support Person’s with Disability and uphold their Dignity, Honour and Pride with esteem. Disha is Recording Audio Book’s for Student’s and General Book’s for all Visually Impaired. Disha has established a Recording studio at Chandigarh.

Now Read why i am an atheirst?

By Shaheed Bhaghat singh

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15. The Affluent society

The Affluent society

Writer: John Kenneth Galbraith

Presented by: Dharmesh Meena and Kirti Rohilla

Wealth is not being its advantages and the case to the contrary, although it has often been made, has never proved widely persuasive. But, beyond doubt, wealth is the relentless enemy of understanding. The poor man has always a precise view of his problem and its remedy: he hasn’t enough and he needs more. The rich man can assume or imagine a much greater variety of ills and he will be correspondingly less certain of their remedy. Also, until he learns to live with his wealth, he will have a well observed tendency to put it to the wrong purposes or otherwise to make himself foolish.

As with individuals so with nations. And the experience of nations with well being is exceedingly brief. Nearly all, throughout all history, have been very poor. The exception, almost insignificant in the whole span of human existence, has been the last few generations in the comparatively small corner of the world populated by europeans. Here, and especially in the united states, there has been great and quite unprecedented affluence.

 

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14. Handling exams stress

Handling Exam Stress

Written by: Gagandeep Kaur

Presented by: Sneha Gulati

It’s exam time and the pressure is back on children. This time is the most stressful period of the year for students, but it is important not to let this stress go out of control. In an exclusive conversation, Dr Gagandeep Kaur, Clinical Psychologist at Unique Psychological Services, tells  about how children can best deal with stress, how they can plan their studies well, and what the parents and teachers should do to help students.

 

 

To download or play click: handling exam stress audiobook

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13. Organizational Behavior Tenth Edition by Stephen P. Robbins

Organizational Behavior Tenth Edition by Stephen P. Robbins

Presented by: Dharmesh Meena

By going from one chapter to two , I’ve been able to bring in new leadership related material such as programing issues, mentoring self leadership, online leadership, and the GLOBE studies on cross cultural leadership.

 

Previous editions had a box theme on “From concepts to skills.” The expressed desire by both students and faculty for increased skill coverage led me to create the skill building modules in this edition. These modules have been integrated into what i call the KSS program. KSS refers to the three elements in building effective OB skills: knowing the concepts, self awareness, and skill applications.

A Must read for students of MBA, HR and supervises at all  levels of Management and Administration

 

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