A STUDY ON THE KNOWLEDGE OF M.ED. STUDENTS TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION POLICY By Raj Kumar

Abstract The aim of this investigation to find out the level and to find out any significant difference in knowledge of M.Ed. Student teachers towards inclusive education policies based on gender. Inclusive education providing is designed to respond to the needs of learners who experience learning barriers. Democracy believes in equality of rights of all the citizens by law of the land. It provides safe constitutional and legal mechanism for enforcement of such laws for the protection of rights and also for the equalization of opportunities. The study was conducted…

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EDUCATION AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY By Tota Ramulu

Abstract “We cannot afford to create a lost generation of children deprived of their chance for an education that might lift them out of poverty.”  – Irina Bokova One of the most significant indicators of social progress is education, which also plays a decisive role for a society to achieve self-sustainable and equal development. With an increasing global realization of how business community can (and should) contribute to social objectives, education deserves a higher level of corporate involvement than status quo. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a form of corporate self-regulation…

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HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL LIBRARIES: A STUDY By Jincy Joseph and Aneesh C.A.

Abstract Ensuring quality library service is essential for the overall development of students and thereby achieving the goals of education. .  But the present study, reveals that the situation of libraries in the Higher Secondary Schools is far from the expected standards and is disappointing. The main problems faced by the libraries, according to the students, are mainly limited lending hours, insufficient collection of books and other documents, closed access system, burden of class works, students’ lack of interest in reading, lack of support from the librarian, number of books…

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