Inclusive Education in India

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Anjali Muggulla
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Near about 10% of the world’s population is affected with a disability, and a large amount of these people live in developing countries. The facilities and services available for these people have a wide difference between developed and developing countries. One of basic need and services for these people is education. The International Community, especially after the UN Convention on People with Disabilities, is becoming increasingly aware of the different forms and models of special education. The three basic models i.e. segregated, integrated and inclusive special education, have been differentiated between by international and local agencies included Government and NGOs, and an overwhelming support is being shown by human rights activists, non-profit organizations, government organizations, and different agencies, which are all in favor of inclusive special education as the most beneficial type of education for people of all ability levels. The Government of India has started numerous plans and policies in the field of special education after the independence but their implementation efforts have neither resulted in an inclusive system of education, nor have they reached their goal of “education for all” across the country. The Government of India needs to bridge the gaps in their education system to build a strong system of inclusive education in India.


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