AICB is committed to the principle that training in itself is not enough and must result in placement in remunerative work-opportunities. Thus, the major focus of our placement services is to secure meaningful jobs for our trainees, commensurate with their qualifications and at par with their sighted counterparts in respect of salaries and work conditions. Accordingly, we are happy to report that about 325 trained blind men and women have, so far, been helped by us to secure jobs as stenographers/typists/ receptionists/clerks in state and central government departments, nationalized banks and public sector undertakings. 12 of our former trainees have also been honoured with National Awards as Best Visually Impaired Employees by the President of India, till now.
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All India Confederation of the Blind (AICB) is a body of blind persons working for and with its blind brothers and sisters. It is made up of grass-roots and State-level Associations/Organizations working with the blind. It has 22 affiliates across the country.
The Confederation has now completed 30 years of its existence. As we look back,we derive some satisfaction from the fact that we have traversed quite a long distance-from a small rented office to its own premises housing a variety of services; from just one part-time employee to the present number of over 100 staff members; from a meager fund of just a few hundred rupees to the present budget of over 25 million rupees; from hardly any activity to over 20 projects and services.
The Confederation's work has been receiving appreciation and commendation from various quarters. It has been adjudged the Best NGO in the disability sector for 2006 by the Government of India and presented the corresponding National Award by the President of India on December 3, 2006. During the current year the Confederation's Braille printing press was adjudged the best in the country and was awarded a Citation and cash Award of Rs. One Lakh on the occasion of 200th birth anniversary of Louis Braille in a grand function organized by the Government of India on 4th January, 2009.