Manovikas School for Inclusion


Inclusion is the educational practice of educating children with disabilities in classrooms with children without disabilities.

Prior to the PL 94-142, the Education of All Handicapped Children Act, promised all children a public education for the first time. Prior to the law, enacted in 1975, only large districts provided any programming for special education children, and often the SPED kids were relegated to a room down near the boiler room, out of the way and out of sight.


The Open Basic Education (OBE) programme at Manovikas School for Inclusion (MSI) is implemented by National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) with the aim of providing primary and upper primary level education through alternate means of open schooling to those who are not able to go to a formal school or have dropped out of school.

OBE Support students to receive minimum 8th class certificate and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to start higher education under National Vocational Skill Qualification Framework (NVSQF)

Manovikas School for Inclusion (MSI) (under the aegis of Manovikas Charitable Society (MCS)) is providing the OBE facilities for the all learners including children with developmental disabilities, school drop outs, slum marginalized, BPL groups etc.

We are widening the opportunities for the learners who attain any special school, home tuition, care and rehabilitation programme, mainstream school may register at MSI under OBE programme.

Opportunities beyond the 3R's of reading, writing and mathematics. Differing combinations of structural factors (such as caste, gender, religion, poverty etc.) intersect with disability resulting in varied individual experiences, but the broad commonalities that shape the lives of people with disabilities in India transcend these divisions. Their lives are dominated by poverty and marginalization from mainstream social processes. A study by the World Bank (2007) noted that children with disability are fi ve times more likely to be out of school than children belonging to scheduled castes(SC) or scheduled tribes (ST). Moreover, when children with disability do attend school they rarely progress beyond the primary level, leading ultimately to lower employment chances and long-term income poverty. Mere acquiring degrees or Diplomas does not guarantee jobs. Hence, a new paradigm is required to build skills and education together for multiple pathways and multi point entry exit opportunities beyond the 3R's of reading writing and mathematics. Manovikas School for Inclusion (MSI) provides Open Basic Education (OBE) for I-VIII standard and Secondary Education up to class X under the affiliation of National Institute for Open Schooling (NIOS). At MSI, the Individual Education Plan (IEP) enables the system in curriculum adaptation, restructuring of the classroom environment and modification in pedagogy. Facts: Census of 2011 finds that there are 22475 children with special needs between the age group of 0-9 in NCT-Delhi. On breaking the number down, there are 8333 children between ages 0-4 and 14142 between ages 5-9.

MSI Statistics:

  • Right to Education (RTE): 27 Students received admission in mainstream school age below 9 yrs.
  • Open Basic Education (OBE): 32 students are undergoing in A, B, and C Level programs.
  • Secondary Education: 8 students appearing for X class examination • Senior Secondary: 2 Students appearing for XII class examination

    Whom to Contact for Admission:

    Ms. Kirti Pandey

    Manovikas Institute for Higher Education

    60A, Radhey Puri Extn-I, Delhi-110051

    Mobile No. 9911107772, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Mrs. Rubi Nirala


    B-98, Pushpanjali Enclave, Pitampura, Delhi – 110034

    Mobile: 9868807772, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.       

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