Aditya College of Engineering & Technology

Differently-Abled Friendly Resources

Built environment with ramps lifts for easy access to classrooms

Several modifications are made to help navigate within a building or in otherareas where there are changes in surface heights.

These include:
  • ● RAMPS
  • ● LIFTS

To make mobility easy for people with wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, and canes ,Ramps are made available at places where required all around the campus.

Ramp at C.V Raman Bhavan Entrance

Ramp at Viswesvaraya Bhavan Entrance

Ramp-2 at C.V Raman Bhavan

Lift at C.V Raman Bhavann



Divyangjan Utilizing Wheel Chairs & Ramps

Lift Provision for Divyangjan

Screen Reading Software

Signage Wheel Chair

Signage for Divyangjan

Divyangjan Utilizing Ramps

Divyangjan Friendly Wash Room

Divyangjan friendly washrooms

Accessible toilets are toilets that have been specially designed to better accommodate people with physical disabilities, Additional measures are taken to add accessibility to a toilet include more space, grab bars to ease transfer to and from the toilet seat.

Holding bars for divyangjan at Toilet's

Holding bars for divyangjan at Washroom's

Reduced height for divyangjan at Washbasin's


Assistive technology and facilities for Divyangjan accessible website, screen-reading software, mechanized equipment

Mobility aids are devices designed to help people (disabilities or injuries, or older adults) who have problems moving around enjoy greater freedom and independence.
Wheelchairs are provided on the college premises to allow better accessibility, the helpline is offered for the people who require assistance.


Provision for enquiry and information Human assistance, reader, scribe, soft copies of reading material, screen reading

Human assistance board's



Signage boards are provided within and outside college buildings

Reserved seats in the facilities

Seats are reserved for the differently-abled friends at various public places like

● Seminar halls
● College busses

Reserved Seats for physically handicap

Supporting Step for physically handicap

Reserved Area In Seminar Hall

Scribe for Examination


  • • NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) is a free "screen reader" that allows people who are blind or visually impaired to utilise computers.
  • • It uses a computerised voice to read the words on the screen.
  • • You can control what is read to you by using a mouse or the arrows on your keyboard to move the pointer towards the correct portion of text.

NVDA Software Screenshot