S. M. Abinaya ,
Educational Policies for Persons Living with Disabilities in India,
4 (3) IJLMH Page 1852 - 1856 (2021), DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.11647
The World Health Organization states that among the 650 million people who are currently living with disabilities in the world, 200 million are children . This statistics is alone suffice to show the importance of education for persons living with disabilities. Despite the need of education for the disabled community, the same has not been met by them. To cater this, several nations around the world has framed various educational policies for the persons living with disabilities. India is also not an exception to this, because the educational policies of India had brought persons living with disabilities within the purview of it. This article focuses on the educational policies which are in force for the persons who are living with disabilities in India.
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