Chandigarh starts inclusive education programme for disabled

Chandigarh starts inclusive education programme for disabled

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To bring the education for disabled children, the Chandigarh Administration (India) has started special programme for inclusive education for mentally challenged children and those who have hearing and learning problem.

The Union Territory Home and Education Secretary, Krishna Mohan disclosed that special computers will be installed in the GMSSS-8 for low vision and blind students in addition to talking software and embossed keyboard. The administration will also start readiness programme in March, 2008. According to the survey, conducted by the Department of Education, around 4,709 children need support in this regard. The administration will also support those children who have low intelligent quotient (IQ) by providing them some special arrangements in the form of resource centres.

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