This Research Article aimed to provide glimpses into the status of higher education for persons with disabilities in India, starting with the distant past and moving on to present-day developments.
We have exciting news about a study focusing on people with disabilities in India and their access to higher education. The study highlighted the excellent work done by the Manovikas Institute of Higher Education, which offers job-oriented programs that help persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
These programs equip people with IDD with the skills they need to succeed in their careers. The institute has received international recognition through the Original Research Articles for its excellent work in this field. All thanks to dedicated researchers like Dr Jayanthi Narayan and Dr Varsha Gathoo, who have worked hard to emphasise the importance of higher education for persons with disabilities in India.
“One such institute of higher education for persons with intellectual disabilities in India is Manovikas Institute of Higher Education.”
Higher education for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities is a challenging area that requires special attention. However, organisations like the Manovikas Institute of Higher Education are working tirelessly to provide job-oriented and life-skill training to these individuals. With their support, students with intellectual and developmental disabilities can enrol in higher education and complete their graduation. It is truly inspiring to see how Manovikas Institute is helping individuals with disabilities to achieve their dreams and lead independent lives.
Manovikas Institute of Higher Education is an NGO in India that offers job-oriented certificate and diploma-level programmes to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The college also focuses on life skill training that encourages independent living. They help these students enrol in higher education and complete their graduation, enabling them to achieve their dreams.
The DCID journal is a publication of the College of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Gondar, Gondar, Ethiopia. It focuses on Disability, Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR), and Inclusive Development to enhance knowledge in disability and inclusive development. The journal addresses the needs of practitioners, policymakers, Disabled Persons’ Organizations (DPOs), and the scientific community. The journal is indexed by various bibliographic databases such as Google Scholar, SCOPUS, CINAHL Systems, USA, and Elsevier Bibliographic Databases, the Netherlands. DCID’s primary objective is to enhance knowledge in disability and inclusive development, particularly among practitioners, policymakers, disabled persons’ organisations, and the scientific community, with a special focus on developing countries.