SCENARIO OF GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE TECHNICAL INSTITUTION IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ALLAHABAD DIVISION By Priyanka Jaiswal

  Abstract The aim of education is not only to literate a person, education should be self supporting. In the view of Mahatma Gandhi “Literacy in itself is no education”. Only becoming able to read and write books does not Read More …

SPECIAL EDUCATORS’ KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND SKILL FOR EARLY INTERVENTION OF CHILDREN WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT By Prithi Nair[1] and Dr. I. P Gowramma[2]

  Abstract “Earlier the better”, being the motto for rehabilitation professionals, lays emphasis on early identification and intervention. Available literature on the subject has shown that early intervention along with appropriate selection of teaching learning process enhances the child’s potential Read More …

TRANSFORMING THE DYNAMICS AND PROCESS OF EMPOWERING INDIAN WOMEN THROUGH HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE PRESENT ERA OF GLOBALIZATION By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan[1]

  Abstract Empowerment is an active and multidimensional process which enables women to realize their full identity and powers in all spheres of life. Empowerment of women is very much essential to achieve sustainable development. Education is the first step Read More …

CONVERSATION MAPPING – AN INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE TO EDUCATE AND ACTIVATE – A METHOD OF PATIENT EDUCATION By  Adriana Pinto[1]

  Abstract Early intervention and the avoidance or delay of progression to type 2 diabetes is of enormous benefit to patients in terms of increasing life expectancy and quality of life, and potentially in economic terms for society and health-care Read More …

DISCURSIVE CONSTRUCTION OF EXPERIENCES OF RECOGNITION AND MISRECOGNITION INSIDE A PRIMARY SCHOOL By Garima Aggarwal[1]

  Abstract Classrooms provide various kinds of experiences to students. These experiences help students to formulate views about themselves and the world around. Researchers have noted that for a positive view about the self, individuals need recognition about their beliefs Read More …

A COMPARITIVE STUDY ON THE BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS ATTENDING IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND IN SPECIAL SCHOOLS By Aby Daniel.A[1] and Dr. Razeena Padmam[2]

  Abstract The present study is conducted to find out the Behavioral problems of CWSN attending Inclusive Education and Behavioral problems of CWSN attending Special Schools. The objectives are, (1) To find out the difference between boys and girls with Read More …