The biggest disability is in the mind and when that beautiful space in conquered all disabilities turn to abilities. Creating opportunity by respecting diversity irrespective of disability is the key to achieve skill India mission. I support the initiative of SCPwD, because they are allowing every person with limited ability to dream and create a better future.

Gagan Narang

Let us unite together to make a beautiful nation by creating opportunities for all, irrespective of all, irrespective of disability. I support the initiative of SCPwD.

Kapil Dev

Let us join hands to make the lives of millions of potential Divyangjans better by generating opportunities of meaningful inclusion and right to equality in the workplace. I support SCPwD.

V.V.S. Laxman

There is a need to connect the worlds of disability and technology, which in the key to accessibility and in turn to inclusion. I support the initiative of SCPwD.

Harbhajan Singh

I congratulate you for being associated with Skill Council for Persons with Disability SCPwD and taking the initiative towards the mission that persons with disability have equal right and status to contribute to economic development of our country. Disability is not a barrier to achieve goal as sky is the limit. I fully support SCPwd cause and it shall be an honor to be associated with SCPwd as I feel that every human being though born different, each has the ability to dream and achieve their goals. The example has been set by our Indian athletes who recently won “MEDALS” viz. Devendra Jhajharia (Gold Medal), Deepa Malik(Silver Medal), Mariyappan Thangavelu(Gold), Varun Bhati (Bronze) etc. in the Paralympics held at Rio de Janeiro and made our country proud. 


Sir I am also associated with NGO where I visit and spend time during their Annual sports Meet. I wish team of SCPwd all the best in their endeavors and I am proud that you are taking a step forward in this cause for the betterment of our country and I also look forward to contribute my services to SCPwd.

Dhanraj Pillay

I had serious leg and pelvic injuries, and to save my life, doctors amputated my left leg. At hospital, I lost my leg but didn’t lose my heart, I decided that I would live my life with dignity and self-respect so that people don’t look at me with pity. I support the initiative of SCPwD. Every individual deserves respect!

Arunima Sinha