Prospectus - Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust

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Prospectus
Amar Jyoti Centre for Training in Special Education
D.Ed. Special Education
(Mental Retardation)
2015-16
Index
Amar Jyoti – An Introduction
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D.Ed. Special Education (Mental Retardation)
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General Guidelines as per RCI norms
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Fee structure
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Application Form
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Amar Jyoti – An Introduction
Amar Jyoti is a voluntary organization rendering rehabilitative services to persons with disabilities through
integrated education, medical care, vocational training, child guidance and self-employment since 1981. It
has a branch in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh also.
With the pioneering concept of integration and inclusion, Amar Jyoti is running a school where 602 children
with and without disability are studying together in equal number. The school curriculum includes vocational
training, sports and cultural activities, which help immensely in inculcating confidence and developing allround personalities. A free mid-day meal and medical care facilities are also provided during school hours.
Special Sections of the school cater to the slow learners and children with multiple disabilities. Under the
guidance of professionals at the Child Guidance Centre (CGC) and special educators, these children get
opportunities of social, recreational and vocational integration along with academic remediation as per need
under the Partial Integration Programme of Academics.
For capacity building, Amar Jyoti is running several courses of repute. A 4½ year course of B.Sc. (Hons.) in
Physiotherapy in collaboration with the University of Delhi, a Diploma Course in Special Education (DSEMR) affiliated to NIMH and recognized by the RCI and short-term courses for in-service teachers are the
popular ones at Amar Jyoti. The institution is also a recognized study center for National Open School and
Indira Gandhi National Open University courses.
The Child Guidance Centre at Amar Jyoti is run by experienced professionals offering services for home
training and necessary assistance for Early Intervention of developmentally delayed and children with
multiple disabilities.
All the details are available on our website www.amarjyotirehab.org
Amar Jyoti is an associate member of Rehabilitation International and has also received two National
Awards conferred by the President of India for outstanding services to persons with disabilities and for
creating barrier free environment.
For its meritorious services, the institution has received several National & International awards.
With a vision of placing citizen with disability on the same platform as the non-disabled and with the
mission of removing attitudinal barriers towards persons with disabilities, Amar Jyoti is growing from
strength to strength every year.
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D. ED. SPECIAL EDUCATION - (MENTAL RETARDATION)
Prevalence of Mental Retardation is significant in urban as well as rural areas. The history of training
professionals in the field of mental retardation is of recent origin in India. In the field of special education,
the first training centre was started in 1953 at Bombay by a voluntary agency, which offered a diploma in
teaching persons with mental retardation. Two more centres, one each at Madras and Mumbai, initiated
training programmes in special education in 1971. By 1980, there were nine special education training
centres in the country. By 1986, there were only six training centres and the remaining centres had been
closed down. In 1995, the number of centres offering training was 40. Out of these, 27 were recognized and
approved by Rehabilitation Council of India.
A special education programme must be seen in the overall perspective of habilitation and rehabilitation of
person with mental retardation, keeping in view diverse socio-economic settings, rural/urban location,
culture groups and specific needs of the persons with mental retardation pertaining to age, severity, and
family background, ecological and social milieu. It is well-recognized that children should be able to
assimilate knowledge and skills from different disciplines and integrate and include them into the
educational programme, where specialist would continue to serve as essential resource persons.
To meet the ever increasing demand of special educators, Amar Jyoti started the teachers training in 1998
which has now become a global centre imparting training in special educators more than 150 people every
year.
General objectives
To prepare special teachers at pre-primary (Nursery, kindergarten etc.) and primary (I to IV – lower primary
and V to VII- upper primary) levels to serve in the following settings:
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Special Schools
Integrated/Inclusive set-up
Itinerant Programmers
Knowledge - related objectives
To build adequate knowledge in the following areas:
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Various aspects of disability, its impact and management
Key aspects of education like goals, functions, technology and emerging trends
Educational needs of the children with disability and their management
Details of planning and executing curricular and co-curricular activities
Methods and techniques of teaching school subjects
Various areas of child development and the relevant mental processes
To be able to see the above mentioned aspects in the light of Indian context.
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Skill - related objectives
To develop skills and competencies in the following areas:
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Personal, professional and social competencies and skills required in the teachers
Subject teaching as per requirement
Development and adaptation of instructional materials
Evaluation of the students, teacher and the educational programme
Planning and executing lessons (individualized and group)
Classroom management techniques
Individual and group parent interaction
Attitude - related objectives
To develop desirable attitudes towards the following issues:
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Role and need of education in the modern world
Teaching profession and role of teachers in the changing society
Guiding children and solving their academic/behavior problems
Educational and communication related potentials of children with mental retardation
Content of the Course
Theory
Ist YearI.
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IV.
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VI.
Introduction to Disabilities (Core)
Human Growth Development & Life Span Approach
Teaching Strategies and Material Development
Training Adaptive Skills and Functional Academics
Educational Psychology (Core)
Therapeutics
IInd YearI.
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Education in Emerging Indian Society (Core)
Persons with Mental Retardation and Associated Disabilities
Curricular Strategies
Family & Community
Planning and Management of Education for Children with Disabilities (Core)
Programming for Transition Prevocational/Life Skills
Practical
Ist YearI.
Assessment and Individualized Educational Programme (Mild, Moderate & Severe MR cases)
II. Group Teaching Curricular Activities (15 Lesson Plan)
III. Group Teaching Co- Curricular Activities (15 Lesson Plan)
IV. Therapeutics (OT, PT & ST) and Behaviour Modification.
V. Information and Communication Technology
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IInd YearI. Assessment and Individualized Educational Programme (Autistic, CP & Multiple Disable cases)
II. Group Teaching Curricular Activities for associated disabilities Autism, CP & Multiple Disability (15
Lesson Plan)
III. Group Teaching Co- Curricular Activities for associated disabilities Autism, CP & Multiple Disability
(15 Lesson Plan)
IV. Preparation of Project
V. Work Education and Programming for Transition
Internal Assessment
Student would be assessed continuously throughout the year on the basis of their performance in all the
academic activities, assignments, workshops, presentations and academic records submitted by them. The
participation, attitude towards work and the interest in the curricular and co-curricular activities is also
assessed.
Scheme of Examination
The term end exams will be conducted annually as per RCI & NIMH, Secunderabad. (AP). Examination
will be conducted in English and /Hindi.
Criteria to Pass:
A minimum of 40 percent in each theory paper and 50 percent in practical is mandatory.
Duration of the Course:
The duration of the course is 2 years.
Attendance
As per RCI norms 80% attendance every month during the course work is essential. Failing which the
student would not be eligible to appear in the exams.
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General Guidelines as per RCI norms
Admission Criteria
Eligibility
10+ 2 (Minimum 50%) in any stream
Open for parents having children with disabilities, para-professionals, regular teachers or individuals
desirous of becoming special educators (age no bar)
No. of Seat
As per the guidelines of the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) the present intake capacity of a study
centre is thirty from this academic year.
Reservation
As per the state government norms, out of a total of 30 seats, 2 and 3 seats are reserved for ST and SC
respectively. One seat is reserved for person with disability as per the PWD ACT.
Guidelines
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Admission to Diploma in Special Education MR for the academic session 2014 – 15 will be strictly
on the basis of merit and recommendations of the Admission Committee.
Instructions contained in the Prospectus should be read carefully before filling up this Form.
The candidate should fill the application form in his/her own handwriting after carefully reading the
instructions.
All answers must be given in words and not by dashes and dots. No column should be left blank.
Incomplete application form will not be considered or processed.
The furnishing of false information or suppression of any factual information in the application form
would be an automatic disqualification and render the candidate unfit for admission.
In case any false information is noticed after the admission of the student, the authorities of the
institute can strike off the name of the candidate from the course.
Student should not be enrolled in any other full time course; else the admission in the programme
would automatically stands null and void.
The centre has a special committee to look into the cases of sexual harassment and disciplinary
negligences.
The candidate can download the application form from the Amar Jyoti website: www.amarjyotirehab.org .
 Registration fee on submission of Application Form: Rs.800/ Last date for submission of the application form: 30th May, 2015.
 Entrance test – 3rd June, 2015
 1sr round of interview on 5th June, 2015
 2nd round of interview on 6th June, 2015
 Display of first list of selected candidates on 10th June, 2015
 Last date for deposit of the programme fee: 16th June 2015, before 4:00 pm.
 Display of second list (if required) 18th June, 2015
 Last date of fee deposit of programme fee for second list 22nd June, 2015 before 4:00pm
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Specific Rules
1. The behavior of the students during the course of study should be decent and befitting to a
professional institution.
Any student,
 Who is persistently insubordinate to teachers or staff
 Who is habitually irregular in attendance or inattentive to his work in the classes
 Who is repeatedly or willfully mischievous or obscene in words or act
 Who is guilty of fraud or malpractices at examinations
 Who indulges in movements which may lead to communal ill feelings or enmity will be liable
to be punished with fine, suspension, loss of attendance, refusal of promotion to higher
semester or even expulsion from the College as per the decision of the College council.
2. Students should attend classes, submit assignments, records, home work etc. in time. Students
coming late shall enter the class only with the permission of the teacher. Late comers will not
get attendance for the period. No student shall leave the class before the class is dispersed by
the teacher handling the class.
3. Permission from the Senior advisor is to be obtained by the student while leaving the college
campus before the end of the classes.
4. Students are advised to use their free time in library.
5. Students are prohibited from organizing or attending meeting in the College, distributing
notices or collecting money for any purpose without the permission of the Principal/ Director.
6. Any agitation activity disturbing the regular class work in the college are banned.
7. The college properties should be handled with maximum care and everything possible should
be done to preserve the cleanliness and tidiness of the building, furniture, library books and
the premises.
8. Ragging in any form is totally prohibited in the college and may lead to severest punishment
like expulsion from college . This may also lead to penal liability .
9. Use of Mobile phones are not allowed during sessions.
10. Students must park their vehicles at DDA parking.
11. Students should always possess their identity cards and wear them and display the same using
the card holder and tag provided. If caught without ID card you will be punished.
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Fee Structure
S.No
Particulars
Amount
1
Charges for library, Resource room,
local exposure visits and
Developmental charges
Rs. 6000/-
2
Tuition fee
Rs. 33,000/-
Total
Rs.39,000/-
*Caution fee
Rs. 5000/-
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Payment to be made
Per Year
*Once in two years
( to be refunded after the successful
completion of the programme )
1. Two separate Demand Drafts need to be submission of Rs. 39,000/- & Rs. 5000/- respectively each
in favour of “Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust” payable at New Delhi.
2. Examination fee as decided by the Board of Examination appointed by Rehabilitation Council of
India will be paid by the candidate.
3. The fee refund cannot be claimed or permitted if the candidate joins the course and withdraws after
48 hours of the admission.
4. The amount for application form is non – refundable.
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APPLICATION FORM
Diploma in Education Special Education (Mental Retardation)
D.Ed.SE (MR)
SESSION - 2015 - 2016
Application No AJCT 2015-16/ ……….
The Application Form should be filled in by the candidate in his / her own handwriting.
Medium in which candidate will appear in examination: Hindi / English
Name of the Candidate (full in block letters as given in High School Certificate)
First Name
Middle Name
Surname
Father’s Name (full in block letters as given in High School Certificate)
Mother’s Name (full in block letters as given in High School Certificate)
Date of Birth
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M
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Y
Complete Postal Local Address
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A
Permanent Address
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R
Affix Passport
Size
Photograph
Of the
Candidate
Local Guardian
Name : ……………………………….
Relationship: …………………………
(Please enclose the Local Guardian address proof & Local Guardian Photo ID)
Mobile Nos:
Personal: ………………….
Father :……………………. Mother : …………………..
Phone:……………………
Email Id: …………………….
Nationality: Indian / Foreigner Sex : Male/ Female Category :
SC
ST
Disabled
GEN
Any other:………………………………………………………..
(Enclose Photocopy of the certificate as proof)
Annual Income of self/ parent/ guardian Rs. ……………
Details of Qualification:
Examination
Passed
Name of the
School/
College
Year of
Passing
University
/ Board
Subjects Taken
Aggregate %
of Marks
Class
Division
X/SSC
Equivalent
ISC/Sr.Sec/
Intermediate
10+2
equivalent
Higher
Qualification
a)
b)
Are you a parent/ sibling of a child with special needs:
Yes/ No
Have you worked with Persons having special needs? If yes, give details…………………..
……………………………………………………………………………………………….…
………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Your interest in extra – curricular activities ……………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………
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Please attach the following documents:
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Statement of marks of Intermediate / Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalent qualifying exam.
Attested copy of proof of date of birth (10th certificate).
Attested copy of character certificate issued by Gazette Officer (in original).
Proof for SC/ST/ Disability Certificate.
Certificate of higher education qualification, if any.
Place:
Date:
Signature of Applicant
DECLARATION BY THE CANDIDATE
I …………………………………hereby declare that the information given above is true and correct to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
I further declare that I shall abide by the rules and regulations of the institute and training centre.
I am aware that admission will be cancelled in case the details furnished by me prove to be wrong.
In case of discontinuation of course due to personal reasons, I will not ask for reimbursement of the Tuition
Fee.
Date:
Signature of Applicant
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