Category Archives: barrier free public buildings

Svayam Founder’s Interview in Hindi publication ‘Aahar Vihar’ (Sep. 2018)

New Delhi | 06th September 2018 सुश्री स्मिनू जिन्दल, मैनेजिंग डायरेक्टर, जिन्दल सॉ लिमिटेड, एक दूरदर्शी उद्यमी हैं जिन्होंने ये मिथक तोड़ दिया कि महिलाएं स्टील, तेल और गैस क्षेत्र में बड़ी कंपनियों का नेतृत्व नहीं कर सकती। जिन्दल सॉ … Continue reading

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Ms. Sminu Jindal exhorts Young Indians to work for accessibility at CII- Yi Summit TakePride-2018, Mumbai

10 March 2018, Mumbai Svayam’s Founder-Chairperson Ms. Sminu Jindal today addressed the CII-Yi: Annual Youth Summit – TakePride 2018, held at the historic Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in Mumbai, along with several visionary speakers from across the sectors who spoke … Continue reading

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Aiming for an accessible future: Navhind Times features Ms. Sminu Jindal

NT,  January 11, 2017 in Buzz SHERAS FERNANDES| NT BUZZ Question 1:  You are now one of India’s leading business leaders, promoting equal accessibility rights movement in India. Tell us something about your journey. Answer: I was a young child … Continue reading

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GOI seeks partnership with Corporate sector for Accessible India Campaign

Government of India reaches out to the Corporate Sector seeking partnership in realising the dream of #AccessibleIndia. The corporates can take up a public buildings & spaces. The mobile app to give wings to this programme is likely to be … Continue reading

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Making homes accessible and Adaptable for Guests with Disabilities

Dear Colleagues, How to be a good host and make a guest with disabilities or an elderly guest ‘feel at home’ at your home / guest house so that every one can enjoy the holidays together? Inviting family and friends … Continue reading

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The Hindu covers Svayam’s audit report findings

The Hindu Published: November 12, 2012 11:09 IST | Updated: November 12, 2012 11:15 IST Bhikaji Cama Place a symbol of ‘utter disdain for public property’: Accessibility audit Gaurav Vivek Bhatnagar Roads in the complex are overflowing with sewer water … Continue reading

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Students protest against inaccessible Delhi University Campus

Dear Colleagues, Delhi University is sitting over several access audit reports conducted by independent agencies for which the University has paid a fee while the students with disabilities continue to suffer! One of such reports was shared by Svayam with the Delhi University … Continue reading

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