Inclusive education has been discussed at many
platforms. Section 2 (m) of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Act, 2016 defines inclusive education as a system of education
wherein students with and without disability learn together and the
system of teaching and learning is suitably adapted to meet the
learning needs of different types of students with disabilities.
Inclusive education not only envisions benefits to students with
disabilities, but also facilitates an environment in which every
student (including those who do not have disabilities) has the
opportunity to flourish. Inclusion aims at all stakeholders in the
system (learners, parents, community, teachers, and administrators,
policy makers) to be pleased with diversity and see it as a
challenge rather than a problem. It involves bringing the support
services to the child (rather than moving the child to the
The National Conference on Inclusive Education (Ensuring Full Inclusion for Persons with Disabilities: Challenges & Strategies) will facilitate a scholarly deliberation on various issues of Inclusive Education. The Conference will be organized by the Institute in its main campus at Dehradun on 24th & 25th January, 2020.
The conference will be multidisciplinary in nature and would provide an excellent platform to the Special Education Teachers, University Faculty Members, School Teachers, Psychologists, Educationists, administrators, Students and other stakeholders to share and exchange their views, brainstorm ideas, discuss research findings and gain new experiences on theme and following sub-themes :
Challenges and opportunities for inclusive education of persons with different disabilities
Inclusive practices at Schools and Higher Education Institutions
Legislations promoting inclusive education of persons with disabilities.
Classroom strategies for fostering learning of children with disabilities.
Researches in inclusive teaching and learning
Achieving equity and quality in learning and assessment.
Role of different stakeholders in removing barriers.
Facilitating collaborations for effective inclusion.
Inclusive education and policy perspectives.
Moving ahead for construction of an inclusive society.
Inclusive education as social responsibilities.
Role of inclusive education in psychological wellbeing of students with disabilities.
Universal design and facilitating technologies.
Ensuring physical accessibility at educational institutions.
Availability of accessible learning resources
Inclusion and Indian Knowledge heritage or, any
relevant topic related with inclusive education of persons with
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