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Teachers’ Training College of Special Education (Visual Impairment)

AJAY LEELA VISISTH PRASHIKSAN MAHAVIDHYALAYA

D-SECTOR, KAMLA NEHRU NAGAR

(Affiliated with Jal Narayan Vyas University & Recognised by RCI)

 B.Ed Special Education (Visual Impairment)

 

It was a dream of founder president of Netraheen Vikas  Sansthan Mrs. Sushila Bohra to open a teacher training college in the field of special education so trained manpower can  be develop in the field of Visual Impairment. There was a high need to establish an Institute which can meet the demand of special education teachers in the field of Visual Impairment. Thus, the first batch of B.Ed.  Special Education in Visual Impairment inaugurated by Mrs. Nirmala Meena, the Registrar, JNV University, Jodhpur on 10th August, 2009.

 

This is the first college which has started B.Ed special education course in Visual Impairment in Rajasthan. This college is affiliated with JNV University, Jodhpur and recognized by Rehabilitation Council of India, New Delhi. This is one year full time training programme and intensive practical skills training is provided through out the programme e.g. Reading and writing of Braille, Orientation and Mobility, Daily living skills and training related to special equipments for the person with Visual Impairments

Now the B.Ed course is of 2 years with 30 students in each year. We have courses for (V.I.) and (H.H.I) (Deaf & Mute)

We have also started D.Ed course for (V.I.) and (H.H.I) (Deaf & Mute). This is also a 2 years with 30 students in each year. New Session Starts in the month of June Every year. Qualification for D.Ed id 12th pass.

These courses are connected with RCI. The teachers who pass out from our institute are eligible to teach in all the (V.I.) and (H.I.) colleges all over India.      

Objectives of the Course

 

The B.Ed. (Special Education) programme aims to develop professionals for general as well as special education within a broad perception of education in the current millennium. The B.Ed. (Special Education) course will educate and train human resources to enable them to acquire knowledge and develop competencies and skills to impart education and training effectively to all children including children with special needs. The B.Ed. (Special Education) programme aims to prepare the students for the following:

 

(i) To develop skills and competencies to cater to the needs of children in general, and children with special needs in particular, in cognitive, affective and skill domains in various settings.

(ii) To acquire knowledge about change in the prevailing and emerging Indian society in view of recent trends in education and national development.

(iii) To equip in various techniques of teaching and evaluation in special and inclusive set up.

 

(iv) To perceive the special needs of children and develop confidence in them to realize their potentials and abilities to meet the national development with self respect, dignity and freedom.

 

General Framework of the Course:

 

The B.Ed special education course consists of theory papers as per the following scheme:

i.     Core Papers :                       4

ii.    Specialization Papers :        3

iii.   Methodology Papers  :        2

iv.   Practical Papers  :              10

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         Total Papers                    19

 

 

B.Ed (Special Education Visual Impairment)

 

 

Theory Papers:- 9 Papers

 

 

Core Papers:-4 Papers

 

1. Nature and needs of various disabilities – an introduction

2. Education in emerging India

3. Educational Psychology and Persons with Disabilities

4.  Educational management, curriculum designing, and research

 

 

Specialisation Papers:- 3 Papers  (Visual Impairment)

 

1. Introduction to the education of children with visual impairment

2. Educational perspective of visual impairment

3. Instructional methods and strategies for teaching children with visual impairment.

 

 Methodology:- 2 Papers

 

Paper-1 Teaching of Hindi / English / Sanskrit

Paper-II   Teaching of Science / Mathematics / Social Studies

 

(The papers can be selected from subjects at the graduation as per the local university norms)

 

Eligibility to take admission in the course is Graduation (Only Science & Arts streams). Total intake capacity is 25 students.

 

Practical Papers:- 10 Papers

 

1. Reading Readiness: Preparation and use of reading readiness material

 

2. Braille

 

i. Reading and writing Bharati Braille as applicable to regional languages, Standard English (Grades I & II), Mathematics (Nemeth code) and Science Notations.

ii. Transcription of Braille materials in to print in English as well as in regional language and vice versa

iii. Use of the Brailler and slate and stylus.

 

3. Assistive Devices

 

i.   Use of Taylor frame, abacus and other mathematical devices.

ii.  Use of speech softwares and other talking equipments

iii. Use of Computer for visual assessment,

iv.  Use of adapted physical education devices.

 

4. Orientation and Mobility

 

i.    Pre-cane skills

ii.   Long cane skills.

iii.  Direction finding training.

iv.   Knowledge about electronic devices in mobility.

v.    Preparation and Use of Mobility Maps (Audio and Tactile)

 

5. Preparation and use of functional vision assessment tests and visual          efficiency training for low vision children

 

6. Case study of at least 2 visually impaired children.

 

7. Preparation and use of improvised Teaching Learning Material

 

8. Preparation and use of Achievement Tests

 

9. Visits to Special and Integrated/Inclusive Schools

 

10. Practice teaching

i.   20 lessons in special schools

ii.  20 lessons for integrated/inclusive school

iii. 5 lessons in DLS activities and 5 lessons in sensory training

 

COURSE CONTENT ON INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY TO BE COVERED COMPULSORILY BY ALL THE STUDENTS UNDERGOING THE COURSE

 

1. Meaning of Information and Communication Technology

2. Distinction between educational technology and technology in education

3. Technological inputs to reduce handicapping conditions

4. Technological inputs to enhance learning experiences of persons with disabilities

5. Use of technology in different modes of educational services

6. Technological devices enhancing cognitive abilities

7. Technological devices improving the mobility of persons with locomotor disabilities

8. Assistive devices for persons with hearing impairment

9. Assistive devices for persons with visual impairment

10. Multi-sensory approaches in teaching persons with disabilities and the role of technological devices

11. Adaptive technology to improve access to persons with disabilities and the role of technological devices

12. No-cost and low-cost teaching –learning materials

13. Teaching the uses of Computers to persons with disabilities

14. Environmental modifications and use of technological devices

15. Mobility devices

16. Cost consideration in the application of technology

17. Development of indigenous technology

18. Teacher readiness to adopt technology in the teaching –learning process.

 

Duration of the Course

The duration of the course is one academic year.

 

 Passing Minimum

The minimum marks for passing in the theory papers is 40 per cent in each theory paper and 50 per cent aggregate in all theory papers and 50% in the case of practical.

                                                                  

 

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Latest updates….

 

Ø      Inauguration of Mahavidyalaya on 10th Aug 2009 by Mrs. Nirmala Meena, the   Registrar, JNV University, Jodhpur.

 

Ø     The name of the institution has been renovated as “AJAY LEELA VISHISHTA SHIKSHAK PRASHIKSHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA” in place of NETRAHEEN VIKAS SANSTHAN MAHAVIDYALAYA. This decision was made by the steering committee of the institute in its last meeting. The college building is also expanded at the first floor.

 

Ø     A short term training programme on Braille (English & one regional language) was successfully organized by the institution in sponsorship of National Institute for the Visually Handicapped, Dehradun from March, 8th to 15th, 2010. A total no. of 30 participants has participated in this programme from which 15 were local & 15 were outstation candidates. Mahavidyalaya organized short term training programme of  7 days started from 16th August to 22 August.

 

Ø     The B.Ed. trainees of first batch have celebrated their farewell on May, 8th 2010.

 

Ø     The inspection of the Mahavidyalaya is expected soon by Rehabilitation Council of India, New Delhi and Expert Committee from Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur for extension of affiliation of next session of B.Ed. in Special Education (Visual Impairment).

 

Ø     The notification for the admission in new session (2010-2011) of B.Ed. in Special Education (Visual Impairment) expecting soon after extension of affiliation from RCI, New Delhi and Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur.

 

 


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