Measures For Inclusion In School Settings In India

  • Dr. Dinesh Singh


Inclusion is the acceptance of all people regardless of their differences. The Principles of Inclusion promote equity, access, opportunity and the rights of children and students care and contribute to reducing discrimination against them. Therefore, the prime concern in a country like India should be equal care and attention to all learners. Inclusion in education is a process of enabling all children to learn and participate effectively within mainstream school systems. It does not segregate children who have different abilities. Inclusion is essential for cohesive and progressive society so nobody can be excluded from School Settings in India. Inclusion is the child’s right to participate and school’s duty to accept. The right to education implies inclusion in order to provide quality education to all, promoting the highest development of the multiple abilities of each individual. Learners from different background came together in a classroom to get the instructional training. Inclusion is about creating a classroom in which every student is welcomed, valued, respected and enabled to reach his/her full potential. Inclusion is the most important for lifelong learning, actually it is a right not mere service or product, and it implies that the state is obliged to respect, guarantee, protect and promote inclusion.