National Career Service Centre for Differently-Abled in Ludhiana launches programs for disabled in Punjab, Haryana & Chandigarh
The district administration in Ludhiana has encouraged people with disabilities to apply for the many programs that are soon to be started by the National Career Service Centre for Differently-Abled (NCSC for DA) to make themselves independent.
The centre was established by the Indian government in Ludhiana to help disabled people living in Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh.
Disabled people reporting to the center will be interviewed, guided, counseled, and motivated for jobs, self employment, training, and higher education. The aim is to make them economically independent.
The center will start fresh batches of six-month training for disabled people for the academic year 2018-19.
The center will also offer courses in commercial, metal, hosiery, cutting and tailoring, and radio and TV trade. There is hotel facility provided for boys as well.
Those interested can approach the center for the free application form or send a request letter. Organizations working for disabled people, special schools, and NGOs can apply for bulk admissions.
The training is totally free of cost.
Applicants have to be Indian citizens in the age group of 15-50 years. They must have a disability of 40% or more. They have to submit the application form before 23 March, with a set of supporting documents. These include a disability certificate, Aadhaar card, bank passbook, caste certificate, certificate for qualification, and two passport size photos.
Those interested can call the numbers - 0161-2490883 or 0161-2970120.