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A query into socio-economic and educational status of the status of physically disabled students in India | Original Article

Shiv Shankar Kumar Singh*, Dr. Bandana Kumari, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Usually, a family would hide their offspring because they fear being outcast if the community finds out about them. They wouldn't consider them valuable members of society. That they, too, are intellectually disabled is a belief held by some. Most disabled youngsters are taught by their parents that they aren't worthy of having friends their own age. The kids do what they are told because they are afraid of their parents and God's punishment for them. Because schools don't place a high priority on accommodating students with disabilities, those with physical impairments are less likely to enjoy their time spent there. This is true for a wide range of educational factors, including but not limited to curriculum, instructional materials, infrastructure, special programming (such sports and games), environmental concerns, and overall quality of education, and it is particularly true in poor nations.