Two days state level training programme on multiple disability with visually impaired cum environment building underway at DK Convention centre.
The State Project Office of Smagra Shiksha Society is organising a Two days state level training programme on Multiple Disability with Visually Impairment cum Environment Building and review meeting for resource person of Children With Special Needs (CWSN) under Inclusive Education (IE) here at DK Convention Hall from today.
The training programme is organized to familiarizes and impart new knowledge to the resource person with the recent developments, informed Nangram Pingkap, Dy. SPD, Samagra Siksha Society/ISSE.
He informed that 176 resource persons (RP) have been appointed in 200 educational blocks across the state. He also added that they have identified 21 differently able students category from the state that come under CWSN.
The RPs are posted in the respective schools to guide and assist the children and also mentor the teachers on how to handle and teach the CWSN students. There is no separate education for those children but the RPs will help them to instill inclusive education to those students, he added.
Pingkap said that the RPs are always trained to assist parents of CWSN for home education.
“The RPs are specifically trained to impart education for the CWSN students, and through this training we are providing them with new development and mechanism, guiding and helping in taking care of CSWN students,” added Pingkap.
On the first day, Yato Bui, Rehabilitation Officer, Department of Social Justice & Empowerment and Tribal Affairs elaborated on the ‘Right of Person With Disabilities (RPDW) Act/ Scheme for Person With Disabilities (PWD).
Akash Ranjan, Assistant Professor, Rajiv Gandhi University also elaborated on the concept of inclusive education and hearing impairment.
Later on, technical session on preparation of Teaching Learning Materials (TLM) focus on Science and Mathematics subject for primary level of children with Multiple Disability with Visually impairment/ Deaf Blindness were detailed to the RPs by A. Dey and Michi Payeng.