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TRAI moots measures to make ICT services accessible for differently-abled


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Telecom regulator Trai today recommended that all mobile manufacturers producing five or more handset models be mandated to bring out at least one handset that meets accessibility criteria for the differently-abled by 2020. Trai as part of its recommendations to make technology accessible to those who are differently-abled – numbering 26.8 million according to 2011 census – has also mooted that TV set top box makers or importers have at least one model (in different variants) "in accessible format" by 2020. The watchdog, which began a dialogue with the industry in December 2017 to identify barriers being faced by differently-abled in accessing telecom and broadcasting services, today come out with its policy prescription that entails over a dozen recommendations.

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