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SCHEDULE I


(See sections 2 and 7 (1))

Description of injury

Percentage of disablement

Upper Limb

 

Loss of both hands or of all fingers and thumbs

100

Amputation of Right arm through shoulder

90

Amputation of Left arm through shoulder

90

Amputation below shoulder stump exceeding 6 inches from tip of accordion (Right)

80

Amputation below shoulder stump not exceeding 6 inches (Right)

90

Amputation below shoulder stump not exceeding 6 inches(Left)

80

Amputation below shoulder from tip of acromion stump exceeding 6 inches (Left)

70

Amputation through elbow or below elbow with stump not exceeding 5 inches (Right)

80

Amputation through elbow or below elbow with stump not exceeding 5 inches (Left)

70

Amputation below elbow stump exceeding 5 inches(Right)

70

Amputation below elbow stump exceeding 5 inches (Left)

50

Loss of thumb (Right)

50

Loss of thumb (Left

40

Loss of 4 fingers (Right)

50

Loss of 4 fingers (Left)

40

Loss of 2 fingers on either hand

20

Lower Limb

 

Loss of 2 or more limbs

100

Amputation of both feet

100

Amputation of one leg at hip or below hip with stump not exceeding 5 inches

90

Lisfranc's Operation both feet

80

Amputation below hip with stump exceeding 5 inches

80

Amputation through both feet proximal to the metatarso-phalangeal joint

80

Loss of all toes of both feet through the metatarso-phalangeal joint

40

Loss of all toes of both feet proximal to the proximal inter- phalangeal joint

30

Loss of all toes of both feet distal to the proximal inter- phalangeal joint

20

Amputation of leg below middle thigh knee or below knee with stump not exceeding 4 inches

70

Amputation of leg below knee with stump exceeding 4 inches

60

Lisfranc's amputation of one foot

40

Amputation through one foot proximal to the metatarso- phalangeal joint

30

Loss of all toes of one foot proximal to the proximal inter-- phalangeal joint including amputations through the metatarso- phalangeal joint other Specific injury

20

Loss of hand and foot

100

Other disablements

 

Very severe facial disfigurement

100

Total loss of speech

70

Limited restriction of movement of joint through injury without penetration, or limited function of limb through fracture, or compound fracture of thumb or 2 or more fingers of either hand with impaired function

20



Ankyloses in optimum position, i.e., the position of greatest usefulnessOther degree of defective vision

Ankyloses in optimum position, i.e., the position of greatest usefulness

 

 

 

 

 

Right

Left

Arm

 

 

 

Shoulder

 

40%

30%

Elbow

 

40%

30%

Wrist

 

30%

20%

Leg

 

 

 

Hip

 

 

60%

Knee

 

 

40%

Ankle

 

 

30%

Defective vision

 

 

 

Loss of sight

 

 

100%

Loss of one eye without complications, the other eye being normal

 

40%

 

Loss of vision of one eye with complications or disfigurement, the other eye being normal

 

40%

 

Loss of vision of one eye without complications or disfigurement, the other eye being normal

 

30%

 

 

Other degree of defective vision

 

 

 

 

When best obtainable

 

 

When one eye obtainable acuity in remaining eye, with or without glasses is

Per cent.

One eye

The other

Per cent.

 

 

6/6

6/24

15.19

6/6

 

or

6/36

 

6/9

40

6/9

6/60

20

6/12

 

or

3/60

 

 

 

6/12

Nil

30

6/18

50

6/18

6/18

15.19

6/24

70

6/18

6/24

30

6/36

80

6/18

6/36

 

 

 

6/18

6/60

40

6/60

90

6/18

6/60

 

3/60

 

6/18

Nil

50

 

 

6/24

6/24

30

Nil

100

6/24

6/36

40

 

 

6/24

6/60

50

 

 

6/24

3/60

 

 

 

6/24

Nil

70

 

 

6/36

6/36

50

 

 

6/36

6/60

60

 

 

6/36

3/60

 

 

 

6/36

Nil

80

 

 

6/60

6/60

80

 

 

6/60

3/60

 

 

 

6/60

Nil

90

 

 

3/60

3/60

80

 

 

5/60

Nil

90

 

 

Nil

Nil

100

 

 



Defective hearing

Assessment should be based on the Grade attained using both ears together; the percentage assessment appropriate to the Grade thus attained is given in the last column.

Grade of hearing attained

Assessment of both ears used together

1.Total deafness

80%

2.Shout not beyond 3 feet

70%

3.Conversational voice not over 1 foot

60%

4.Conversational voice not over 3 feet

40%

5.Conversational voice not over 6 feet

20%

6.Conversational voice not over 9 feet

 

(a) one year to totally deaf

20%

(b) otherwise

20%



A case in which the right ear attained grade 4, the left ear grade 2 and both ears together grade 3 should, therefore, be recorded thus:

R.4 L2.R plus L3 Assessment 60 per cent.

The assessment given above take into account minor ailments such as headache, vertigo tinnitus, sleeplessness, etc., which generally accompany deafness.

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