• Need to identify the spatial and temporal distribution of the differently abled
• Finding out the right person among the group of differently abled person
• Providing Right assistance to the differently abled person
• All services and assistance to the differently abled person at the right time based on correct need assessment.
• UDID linked Disability Medical Board Certificate to all the differently abled persons with a provision to assess degree and type of disability online.
• To bring all the differently abled under the provision of Right of Persons with Disabilities Act -2016.
The objective of the project is to enable the differently abled to obtain a UDID linked Disability Card/Certificate in order to avail schemes and benefits in a seamless manner
Apply Online for the Different ability Certification.
1.Personal details including address
2.Different ability details
5.Passport size photo
6.Medical board certificate if any
Everyone with a Different ability/Different abilities in Kasaragod District.
We deserve project is being implemented with a view of creating a comprehensive Database for persons with different abilities at Kasaragod district.
The project encourage transparency, efficiency and ease of delivering the government, quasi government, non-government and private sector services to the person with different abilities.
The project will also help in stream-lining and tracking of socio economic, physical and mental health, educational and rehabilitation progress of beneficiary at all levels of hierarchy of implementation – from micro level to macro level.
The Different ability Certification will also help in stream-lining the tracking of the physical and financial progress of beneficiary at all levels of hierarchy of implementation – from village level, block level, District level in Kasaragod District.
The Different ability Certification will be the single document of identification, verification of the differently abled for availing various benefits in future.
Article 21 of Indian Constitution recites that “No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to a procedure established by law” and appropriately this Article is equated with Magna Carta of 1215 AD, by the philanthropists elsewhere. Going further with the sociological interpretation of Article 21, it secures basically two rights, the “Right to Life” and the “Right to Personal Liberty”. The “Right to Life” has a much wider meaning in a civilized society, which include the “Right to live with dignity”, “Right to health” and the “Right to earn a livelihood”. The “Right of Personal Liberty” shall include the “Right of Access Public Utilities” as has been offered to any normal citizen, by the nation.
For Persons with Different abilities (PwDs) universal accessibility is critical for enabling them to gain access for equal opportunity. They must be empowered to live independently and participate fully in all aspects of life in an inclusive society. Sections 44, 45 and 46 of Persons with Different abilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 categorically provides for non-discrimination in transport, non-discrimination on the road and non-discrimination in built up environment respectively. United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Different abilities (UNCRPD), to which India is a signatory, under Article 9 casts obligations on the Governments for ensuring to PwDs accessibility to information, transportation, physical environment, communication technology and accessibility to services including emergency services.
Apart from covering 21 categories of different abilities in place of 7 categories under the 1995 Act, the new Rights of Persons with Different abilities Act, 2016 lays complete emphasis on one’s rights – Right to equality and opportunity, Right to inherit and own property, Right to home and family and reproductive Rights among others. Regarding accessibility it has set a two year deadline for the government to ensure that persons with different abilities get barrier free access to physical infrastructure and transport systems are also noteworthy. Additionally, it will also hold the private sector accountable for any aberrations. This also includes educational institutions ‘recognized’ by the government such as privately-owned universities and colleges. A path-breaking feature of the new Act is the increase in reservation in government jobs from 3% to 4%.