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  • India & The 4th Industrial Revolution
    07Sep 2018

    India & The 4th Industrial Revolution

    The 4th Industrial Revolution proclaims an exponential pace in technological change, expanding on digital revolution for combining technologies, creating new ones as well as changing countries, industries and systems, even the society itself.    For the developing nations, progr...

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  • How to Serve PWDs By Being Community-Led?
    06Sep 2018

    How to Serve PWDs By Being Community-Led?

    Community-led associations are responsible to the vision and needs set by a community. In this way, a community-led association serving individuals with disabilities is responsible to the priorities and visions set by them. They put PWDs ahead of the pack and implement flexible and criticism base...

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  • Ensuring Proper Care For a Child With Special Needs
    05Sep 2018

    Ensuring Proper Care For a Child With Special Needs

    So the reports have arrived and your child has been diagnosed with special needs. You may feel overpowered or terrified. While these emotions are ordinary, you can help oversee them with one solution. When you have a relentless course mapped out for your kid, you'll feel better — and so...

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  • Inclusion of Disabled Indians in Workplaces
    08Aug 2018

    Inclusion of Disabled Indians in Workplaces

    Alongside the intrigue that diversity has started off in the ongoing years, disability is another factor that is getting consideration. Around 2.13% of India's populace is handicapped somehow. It is vital to understand that the estimates for disabled people vary quite broadly according to sur...

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  • Is Rural Education In India Really Witnessing A New Dawn?
    20Jul 2018

    Is Rural Education In India Really Witnessing A New Dawn?

    An astounding change has happened over the span of a few decades. Young girls and boys in rural regions of India are far outperforming the education levels of their parents. A couple generations back, individuals in remote towns were to a great extent uneducated: there were not really any schools...

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  • Challenges Hindering The Development of the Disabled
    06Jun 2018

    Challenges Hindering The Development of the Disabled

    The disabled populace is among the neglected areas of the general public and they additionally confront various issues in their everyday life. Keeping in mind the end goal to carry them into the standard, the states as well as the central governments are presenting numerous welfare measures and p...

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  • What Goes Into Making A Good CBR Program?
    05Jun 2018

    What Goes Into Making A Good CBR Program?

    The fundamental idea innate in the multi-sectoral way to deal with  community based rehabilitation (CBR) is the decentralization of resources and responsibilities, both financial & human, to group level associations. Both NGOs and government institutions must help group activities and as...

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  • The Illiteracy Problem of India & Its Association With Poverty
    07May 2018

    The Illiteracy Problem of India & Its Association With Poverty

      The education rate of India is around 74 percent, which leaves a fourth of the populace without fundamental writing & reading skills. Illiteracy and hardship are firmly connected - and with the second biggest populace on the planet, India is home to 33 percent of all global d...

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  • The Culture Of Disability And Violence In India
    29Mar 2018

    The Culture Of Disability And Violence In India

    In the pages of history, violence has been one of the major causes of disability. The final result concludes in two different ways: victory and loss, pride and humiliation, but one point that we often oversee is able-bodiness and disability. Now, for the disabled people, the war continues for the...

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  • Disabled Population In India Still Remains Illiterate: Why?
    28Mar 2018

    Disabled Population In India Still Remains Illiterate: Why?

    In India, it is often said that a person with disability is divinely blessed with unique gifts of their own. But does the current situation really go with the above statement? Considering the education and employment for disabilities in India, the ball game looks quite different. According to the...

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  • It's Time To Shift The Perspective For People With Disabilities
    15Mar 2018

    It's Time To Shift The Perspective For People With Disabilities

    How do you feel if someone disrespects or disparages you? Obviously, it's a situation that you want to avoid. But this case is common for people with disabilities who often experience shame, ridicule, isolation, disgrace, and rejection. Because sadly, there are some illiterates who don't ...

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  • How To Treat Children With Disabilities And Special Educational Needs?
    14Mar 2018

    How To Treat Children With Disabilities And Special Educational Needs?

    Every child is special to this world. This quote may be familiar with everyone, but how many do really understand it? There are still some people who misguide or ill treat children with disabilities and special education needs. Whether it's intentional or unintentional, this is a very common ...

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  • Why Shouldn't You Call A Disabled Child Inspirational?
    13Feb 2018

    Why Shouldn't You Call A Disabled Child Inspirational?

    Describing a disabled person with an adjective (inspirational) may make him/her dejected at some point of time. Constant poking with such a compliment can make a child feel that he/she is special, that too in a negative way. This can make things worse. So, let’s explore the reasons why you ...

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  • Consider These Important Tips Before Working With A Special Needs Child
    12Feb 2018

    Consider These Important Tips Before Working With A Special Needs Child

    As the population of children with special needs continues to grow, you may have to communicate with them at some point of time if you haven't until now. Improper approach may make them feel depressed as well as traumatic. Thus, before spending time with them it is a good idea to know about c...

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  • What People Need To Know About Working With Children With Disabilities?
    10Jan 2018

    What People Need To Know About Working With Children With Disabilities?

    More often, people tend to think that when it comes to taking care of kids having special needs, one must have tremendous patience in order to make things work. However, that is not exactly true, since compassion is more of a necessity than patience for understanding & addressing children...

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  • Viewing The World Through The Eyes Of An Autistic Child
    12Dec 2017

    Viewing The World Through The Eyes Of An Autistic Child

    Autism (autism spectrum disorder or ASD) can be best defined as a variety of conditions which are specifically characterised by several impedances with repetitive behaviour, social skills, communication, along with unique differences and strengths.   In India, there are plenty of child...

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  • Achievements’- Gold & Silver medals in State level Swimming Competition
    16Oct 2017

    Achievements’- Gold & Silver medals in State level Swimming Competition

    On the 10th of September, 2017, the Bengal Para Sports Association had organised an All Bengal Para Swimming Championship competition at Salkia Swimming Pool Association. The participants in the competition were boys & girls with special needs from all over the state of West Bengal. Students ...

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