Chapter I defines disabled persons and stipulates that parents or other members of the family shall have the duty to care for disabled persons. In cases of extreme disability, such persons shall become the charge of the State. Chapter II provides funding for support programmes for the disabled, and Chapter III provides education. Chapter IV provides for vocational training of disabled persons. Establishments which recruit disabled persons and training centres reserved for the disabled shall be eligible for tax benefits, and independent disabled workers shall be eligible for advantageous loans. S. 21 prohibits discrimination in hiring against disabled persons for administrative and non-business positions. The remaining Chapters provide for state management of matters related to disabilities, and penal sanctions.