years. 2. Kothari Commission (1964–66): The Kothari Commission has emphasized on a common school system for all children of India whether they belong to any caste, religion, community, economic and social status. National Education Policy (1968) also recommended the development of educational facilities for disabled children (physically and mentally) as well as to develop an 'integrated program' for the study in regular schools.
Introduction Inclusion is something that affects each of us every day. On our commute to work, in the office, in the classroom, in the media, in the church, it’s everywhere! The idea of full inclusion is heavily supported by many throughout the United States. I think it is safe to say that most of us know an individual with a disability and have learned something from them directly or from their experiences. Whether it is a sibling, spouse, distant relative, child, neighbor or friend, we all have
caste discrimination at schools. • Scholarships for Dalits students aren’t issued on time or many times diverted. • Dalits students are forced to clean school toilets • Dalits students are forced to sit at the back benches of the classroom or sometimes even out of the classroom. • Some schools have separate attendance registers for Dalits. • In many schools, Dalit students are not allowed to drink water from the tap. • So-called upper caste students don’t eat food cooked by the Dalit cook. • In many