Comparative Study

| Published: December 25, 2016

Effectiveness of Implementation of Inclusive Education for Visually Challenged Children under Various Modes in Jodhpur City

Ravi Shrivastava

Research Scholar, Vardhman Mahaveer Open University, Kota, India Google Scholar More about the auther

DIP: 18.01.011/20160484

DOI: 10.25215/0484.011


Inclusive education is latest plan for 21st Century. It is emphasizing under plan and perspectives to teach special children as far as possible under general schools. After implementation of Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, the concept of inclusion has replaced in place of integration. Present paper study the implementation of effectiveness of inclusive education for visually challenged children under various modes in Jodhpur city. The aim of study was to analyse the attitude of general as well as special children, general teacher as well as special teacher and administrators of both government and non – government sectors towards the implementation of inclusive education. The sample of the present investigation consisted of 20 general children, 20 special children, 20 general educator, 20 special educator, 5 administrator of government sector and 5 administrator of non – government sector. Self – made attitude scale was used for data collection. The obtained data were subjected to necessary statistical computation. The data were mainly analysed in terms of percentage, average and t – Analysis. It was found that attitude wise there is no difference among children, teachers and administrators. Finding of study reveals that though hypothesis may be accepted yet it can’t be said that process of implementation is effective. Due to lack of proper coordination and cooperation between Government and Non – Government sector process has many hurdles and target of zero rejection policy is yet not achieved.

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Published in   Volume 04, Issue 8, October-December, 2016