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National conference on Inclusive Education

The overall aims of such conference is to get an opportunity to share and disseminate ideas, research findings, academic, field-level experiences on Inclusive Education, evidence bases practices and innovation in inclusive education from different parts of India and create a sharing community to feel all children safe and secure in the classroom.

Call for Papers The practitioners are invited to present papers based Researches, evidence based practices, Innovations and Practices based on information and communication technologies and Assistive technologies Theme Early Intervention Identification and assessment of children with disabilities strategies adaptation Classroom practices Practices based on ICT and assistive technologies Teacher development Leadership Abstract Send the abstract in 300 to 400 words with keywords on any one or more than one of the above themes by 5 July 2019

Notification: 12 July 2019 submission of full paper and Power Point Presentation is 23 August 2019

15 minutes will be given for presentation plus 5 mintues for QA

Full paper should be focused on the selected themes only. Guidlines for the full papers will be shared on selection of abstract.

Registration starts 1 March 2019 | Last date of registration 6 September 2019

Event Details

  • Starts on: Monday, 23 Sep 2019 at 12:00 AM
  • Ends on: Wednesday, 25 Sep 2019 at 12:00 AM
  • City: Shimla
  • Location: YMCA, The Ridge, Lakkar Bazar
  • Event Charges: Paid
  • Venue Accessibility: Contact Organizer

Organizer Details

  • Organizer Name: Centre for Disability Studies and Action (CDSA), School of Social Work of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and Brotherhood, Delhi
  • Organizer Phone: 9899472065
  • Organizer Email: ncieshimla@gmail.com
  • Organizer Website: http://www.brotherhood94.org/

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