Asia-Pacific Aug 8, 2012
NEW DELHI: At the orientation of students with disabilities at Delhi University (DU), all were told they would get help with transport, and atleast some were promised a ride on the Gyanodaya Express next time it chugs out of Safdarjung Station — possibly in October. DU vice chancellor, Dinesh Singh, was present and met each of the 450 students.
“The students raised transportation, financial assistance and accommodation issues,” said Bipin Tiwari, officer on special duty, Equal Opportunities Cell (EOC) and Deputy Dean in charge of persons with disabilities.
The VC said university authorities will seek assistance from Delhi government to tackle the problem of transportation.
Source: Times of India