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Monday, 05 September 2011 12:58
  1. Schedule for heads of integrated schools
  2. Schedule for heads of special schools
  3. Schedule for heads of mainstream schools
  4. schedule for children with disabilities studying in integrated schools
  5. Schedule for children with disabilities studying in integrated schools
  6. Schedule for parents of children with disabilities studying in integrated schools
  7. Schedule for parents of children without disabilities studying in integrated schools
  8. Schedule for Educational administrators
  9. Schedule for panchayat/village/ community leader
  10. Schedule for NGOs Wroking in the Field of Disability
  11. Schedule for NGOs Receiving Grants from MHRD fro Implementing IEDC Scheme

REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA

[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact


Schedule for Heads of Integrated Schools

[Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the Respondent:

  1. Designation:
    1. Principal
    2. Headmaster
    3. Senior Teacher

  2. Sex:
    1. Male
    2. Female

  3. Experience in Dealing with IEDC Scheme (in years):
    1. Address:
      1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

2. Name of the School/Society: School/Society’s Name:

  1. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:
  2. Nature of Management:
    1. Government
    2. Government Aided
    3. NGO
    4. Any other (specify)

3. Location:
1. Urban
2. Rural



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4. Type of the School:

a. Level: 1. Elementary 2. Composite 3. Secondary
b. Affiliation: 1. CBSE 2. ICSE 3. State Board
c. Composition: 1. Boys 2. Girls 3. Co-education


5. No. of Children in the School:

General Special
Boys Girls Boys Girls


VI HI MR OH MH VI HI MR OH MH


6. No. of teachers:

General


Special

VI HI MR MH


7. Do you have a resource room?

  1. Yes
  2. No

8. Have all regular teachers undergone orientation programme?

  1. Yes
  2. No

If no, how many?

    1. If yes, what was the duration of the orientation programme?
      1. Less than 1 week 2. 1 – 2 weeks
    2. 3. 3-4 Weeks 4. Above 1 Month
    3. How often do you interact with the State Implementing Agency?
    1. 1. Monthly
    2. 2. Quarterly
    3. 3. Half-Yearly
    4. 4. Yearly
    5. 5. Never
  1. Has the Principal/Head Teacher of the school undergone any orientation training at the state/district level?
    1. Yes
    2. No

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9. If yes, which programme and duration?

  1. Name of the Programme:
  2. Duration (in months):

10. Mention the other facilities related to education of the CWDs you are aware?

  1. SSA (IED)
  2. Assistive Devices (ADIP)
  3. Scholarships
  4. Any other (specify)

11. Do you help the Children With Disabilities of your school to avail the benefit of
schemes, concessions and facilities offered by the Government?

  1. Yes
  2. No

12. With whom do you interact among the following?

  1. Anganwadi
  2. Balwadi
  3. PHC
  4. Child Guidance Centres
  5. DRC/CRC
  6. VHW
  7. CBR Workers
  8. Any other (specify)

13. Is there any special school in your area within 10 kms.?

  1. Yes
  2. No

18. Are you aware of the provisions of section 39 of the PwD Act? (investigator to explain section 39)

  1. Yes
  2. No

14. How do you identify Children With Disabilities?

  1. Distributing Leaflets
  2. Organizing Camps
  3. Informing Village Heads
  4. Notifying through Panchayats
  5. NGOs
  6. PHC
  7. Child Guidance Clinic
  8. Through community worker
  9. Folk Media
  10. Mass Media
  11. Any other (specify)

15. Who does the assessment of the disability?

  1. Team of Specialists
  2. Spl. Educator
  3. Any other (specify)
    (Team of Specialists Includes: Audiologist/Speech Therapist/Psychologist/Ophthalmologist/ Occupational Therapist/Special Educator)

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16. What are the criteria for assessment?

  1. Checklist
  2. Medical examination
  3. Activity assessment
  4. Functional Assessment

17. Is the assessment done as per the provisions of PWD Act?
(Relevant provisions must be known to the field investigator)

  1. Yes
  2. No

18. Do you provide child preparatory services after they are admitted?

  1. Yes
  2. No

19. What is the entry level for CWDs in your school?

  1. Pre- Primary
  2. Elementary
  3. Secondary

20. Are you unable to give admission to any Children With Disabilities?

  1. Yes
  2. No

21. If yes, mention why?

  1. Non availability of special teachers
  2. Lack of space
  3. Lack of Infrastructure
  4. Paucity of funds
  5. Management policy
  6. Any other (specify)

22. Are you in a position to enroll more CWDs?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. If yes, what is the maximum capacity of your school to enroll CWDs?
    1. Do you orient the Children With Disabilities in the resource room after admission?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
    1. Do you also orient the parents of the Children With Disabilities who get admission?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
    1. Do you orient the Children Without Disabilities of your school?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
  4. Whose services are utilized for providing the orientation?
    1. Resource Teacher
    2. Regular Teacher
    3. Outside Expert
    4. Any other (specify)

III.I.IV
23. Are the Children With Disabilities involved in Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW)?

  1. Yes
  2. No

24. If yes, mention what activities.

25. Is your resource room having basic minimum equipment?
(Investigator may consult IEDC Scheme Guidelines to know basic minimum equipment)

  1. Yes
  2. No

26. If no, please specify what necessary equipment you do not have?

27. How are you planning to meet the shortfall in future?

  1. Govt. grant
  2. Donation
  3. Contribution from beneficiaries
  4. Any other (specify)

28. Do all resource teachers possess special education qualification?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. If no, how many?
    1. Do you have resource teachers in your school for every 8-10 disabled students?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
  4. If no, mention the reasons?

29. Are you satisfied with the performance of your resource teachers?

  1. Yes
  2. No

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30. If no, give reasons.

31. How would you rate the resource support being provided in your school to the disabled students?

  1. Adequate
  2. In-adequate

32. Do you have requisite no. of teachers to teach all subjects?

  1. Yes
  2. No

33. How have the disabled students performed academically in comparison to the non-disabled students in your school?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

34. What is the level of acceptance of the Children With Disabilities by the Children Without Disabilities?

  1. Full
  2. Partial
  3. Nil

35. How do you promote non-disabled peer group acceptance?

  1. Counselling
  2. Demonstration
  3. Peer modeling
  4. Any other (specify)

36. How would you rate the behavioural attitude of your classroom teachers towards the Children With Disabilities?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

37. What is the percentage of retention of Children With Disabilities in your school during last five years?

  1. 100%
  2. 75%
  3. 50%
  4. 25%
  5. Below 25%

38. What is the percentage of drop-out of Children With Disabilities in your school during last five years?

  1. 100%
  2. 75%
  3. 50%
  4. 25%
  5. Below 25%

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39. What are the main reasons of drop-out?

  1. Poor performance
  2. Difficulty in adjustment
  3. Transport problem
  4. Peer harassment
  5. Unacceptable social behaviour
  6. Lack of escort
  7. Financial reasons
  8. Negative teacher attitude
  9. Any other (specify)

40. What steps do you take to retain Children With Disabilities in your school?

  1. Parent counselling
  2. Community participation
  3. Incentives to children
  4. Promoting peer support
    1. Promoting leadership
    2. Engage social workers to create enthusiasm in children
    3. Engage the special children in extra-curricular activities
    4. Expose them to entertainment modes
    5. Any other (specify)

41. How would you rate the classroom attendance of disabled students in comparison to the non-disabled students of your school?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

42. Is curricular modification necessary for the benefit of CWDs?

  1. Yes
  2. No

43. If yes, give specific suggestions.

44. Do you provide the needed facilities to the children with disabilities while appearing for exams?

  1. Provide a scribe
  2. Take oral exam.
  3. Give extra time
  4. Special equipment
  5. Any other (specify)

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45. How do you encourage CWDs to participate in co-curricular activities?

  1. Disability oriented games
  2. Organizing picnics
  3. Yoga and Physical Education.
  4. By organizing cultural activities
  5. Any other (specify)

46. What kinds of support equipment are provided by your school?

  1. Braille Books
  2. Wheel Chairs
  3. Toys
  4. TLM
  5. Sports items
  6. Computers
  7. Hearing Aid
  8. Large print
  9. Audio books
  10. Low vision devices
  11. White canes
  12. Any other (specify)

47. How would you rate the present support service system in your school?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

48. What additional support services do you need most?

49. Are the various incentives provided in the scheme for children adequate?
(Important Instruction: Question nos. 62 to 69 are to be asked only if the school receives the IEDC funds directly)

  1. Yes
  2. No

50. If no, how should they be revised?

51. Do you get the financial support as per the specifications of IEDC scheme?

  1. Yes
  2. No

52. If no, do you get more or less amount of support as per your calculations?

  1. More
  2. Less

53. If you get less amount, what is its reason as per your opinion?

  1. Centre cuts the amount
  2. 2. State Govt. doesn’t release full amount

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54. Do you encounter any problems in getting the grants?

  1. Yes
  2. No

55. If yes, what problems?

  1. State Govt. does not recommend grant-proposal in time
  2. No IEDC Cell in the State
  3. Non-availability of sensitized staff in IEDC cell
  4. No clear policy of the State Govt. in promoting integrated education
  5. Arbitrary reduction of grant amount
  6. Delay in inspection by IEDC Cell officials
  7. Any other (specify)

56. How often does the appropriate authority inspect your school?

  1. Yearly
  2. Half-yearly
  3. Quarterly
  4. Never

57. How would you rate the support of the school management towards the overall cause of integrated education?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

58. Have you ever interacted with special schools in your area for resource support?

  1. Yes
  2. No

59. If yes, how would you rate the support given by the special schools?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor
    1. If no, what was the reason for not seeking support?
    2. Has the nearby special school ever sent any student to your school for admission?
      1. Long distance
      2. Non-supportive attitude of special schools
      3. Lack of resources
      4. Support not required
      5. Any other (specify)
    3. Yes
    4. No

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60. Does your school facilitate parent-teacher meetings?

  1. Yes
  2. No

61. If yes, what kind of effect these meetings have on academic and co-curricular programmes?

  1. Significant
  2. Moderate
  3. Insignificant

62. Do you interact with the community or community leaders for enrolling more and more CWDs in your school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

63. If no, state the reasons.

64. Do you seek cooperation of the Gram Panchayat in this matter?

  1. Yes
  2. No

65. How would you rate the support of the village/community or village/community leaders in furthering integrated education?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


III.I.X
REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact

Schedule for Heads of Special Schools
[Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

  1. Sex: 1. Male 2. Female
  2. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

2. Name of the School:

  1. School’s Name:
  2. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

3. Designation:

4. Location:

  1. Urban
  2. Rural

5. Area of specialization:

  1. VI
  2. MR
  3. HI
  4. OH
  5. MH

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6. Are you aware of the section 39 of the PwD Act, 1995?

  1. Yes
  2. No

7. Do you send some children from your school to the integrated school in your locality (quote the name of the school)?

  1. Yes
  2. No

8. If no, what constraints do you face?

  1. Parents prefer special school
  2. Limitation of the child to be in the integrated programme
  3. The integrated school does not have enough resource support
  4. Transport problem
  5. Any other (specify)

9. Does the integrated school request for resource support?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. If yes, what kind of support do they ask for?
    1. Do you provide any resource support to the integrated school?
      1. Professional support
        1. Yes
        2. No
      2. TLM
        1. Yes
        2. No
      3. Aids and Appliances
        1. Yes
        2. No
      4. Educational intervention
      5. Yes
      6. No
  4. What is your opinion on the effectiveness of the IEDC Scheme?
    1. Professional support
      1. Yes
      2. No
    2. TLM
      1. Yes
      2. No
    3. Aids and Appliances
      1. Yes
      2. No
    4. Educational intervention
      1. Yes
      2. No

1. Good 2. Average 3. Poor

III.II.II
10. Do you have any suggestions for better implementation of the scheme?

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


III.II.III
REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact

Schedule for Heads of Mainstream Schools
[Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

2. Designation:

  1. Sex:
    1. Male
    2. Female
  2. Address
    1. Village/Street
    2. Block/Taluka/Town
    3. District
    4. State
    5. Pin Code

3. Location: 1. Rural 2. Urban

4. Name of the School

  1. School’s Name:
  2. Address:
    1. Village/Street
    2. Block/Taluka/Town
    3. District
    4. State
    5. Pin Code

5. Are you aware of the section 39 of the PwD Act, 1995?
(The investigator will explain section 39)

  1. Yes
  2. No

III.III.I
6. Are you aware of IEDC Scheme?

  1. Yes
  2. No

7. Are you aware of the other schemes for the disabled (ADIP, NPRPD, SSA)?

  1. Yes
  2. No

8. Are you aware of the number of schools implementing IEDC scheme in yourarea?

  1. Yes
  2. No

9. Have you given admission to any Children With Disabilities?

  1. Yes
  2. No

10. If no, what did you do?

  1. Sent them to special school
  2. Sent them to integrated school
  3. Just refused them admission
  4. Any other (specify)

11. What is your opinion regarding integrated education?

  1. It is beneficial/not beneficial for disabled students
  2. It is beneficial/not beneficial for Children Without Disabilities
  3. It hampers the standard of education
  4. Parents of Children With Disabilities object to it
  5. Parents of Children Without Disabilities object to it
  6. The teachers are unable to manage the Children With Disabilities
  7. Any other (specify):

12. Given a chance, will you opt for integrated education system in your school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

13. If no, give the reasons.

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


III.III.II

REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact


Schedule for Children without Disabilities Studying in Integrated Schools
[Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided shall be kept confidential and shall be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

2. Name of School where the respondent studies:

    1. School’s Name:
      1. Address: 1. Village/Street:
        1. Block/Taluka/Town:
        2. District:
        3. State:
        4. Pin Code:
          1. Sex:
            1. Male
            2. Female
          2. Addreess
            1. Village/Street:
            2. Block/Taluka/Town:
            3. District:
            4. State:
            5. Pin Code:
          3. Class

3. Location:

  1. Rural
  2. Urban

4. For how many years are you studying in the school?

5. Are you aware that some children With disabilities are studying in your class?

  1. Yes
  2. No

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6. If yes, what types from the following?

  1. HI
  2. VI
  3. MR
  4. OH
  5. MH

(If the child fails to understand the different categories by name he/she may be further explained in locally used terminology)
7. Are you aware that some children With disabilities of your village/colony do not attend school?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

8. If yes, are you aware of the reasons?

9. Do you have a friend with disability?

  1. Yes
  2. No

10. If no, would like to make friends with any disabled child in your class or school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

11. Did the school authorities discuss with you regarding how to interact with the children With disabilities of your school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

12. Where do you generally interact with children With disabilities?

  1. In classroom
  2. During games/play hours
  3. While commuting to school 4. During recess hours
  4. During outings 6. During group activities
  5. Any other (specify)

13. Have you ever visited the home of any disabled child?

  1. Yes
  2. No

14. Have you ever invited any disabled child to your home?

  1. Yes
  2. No

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15. Have you ever seen the equipment (like caliper, hearing aid, white cane) used by the Blind/Deaf/OH/MR or other children With disabilities?

  1. Yes
  2. No

16. Have you ever helped a disabled classmate in carrying out academic tasks?

  1. Yes
  2. No

17. If yes, explain how?

18. Have you ever taken any academic help from a disabled classmate?

  1. Yes
  2. No

19. How would you describe the acceptance of students with disability by the non-disabled students?

  1. Full
  2. Partial
  3. Nil

20. Do your teachers carry out peer sensitization at regular intervals?

  1. Yes
  2. No

21. Have you noticed any changes done by the teachers to suit the needs of the disabled students?

  1. Yes
  2. No

22. If yes, how it was done?

  1. Presentations
  2. Experiments
  3. Use of more visual/audio teaching aids
  4. Sitting arrangements
  5. Positioning
  6. Conduct of Examination
  7. Specially designed TLM
  8. Any other (specify)

23. Do the teachers assist the disabled students after the school time in performing academic tasks?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

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24. How would you rate the attitude of the teachers towards your disabled classmates?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

25. Do your parents or parents of other children object to the presence of children With disabilities in the classroom?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

26. Do you think that your disabled classmates benefit more by the presence of non-children With disabilities?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

27. Do you think that the presence of children With disabilities has benefited you?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

28. If yes, explain how?

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [Name in Block Letters]


III.IV.IV
REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact

Schedule for Children with Disabilities Studying in Integrated Schools [Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

  1. Sex: 1. Male 2. Female
  2. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:
  3. Class:
  4. Disability: 1. VI 2. HI 3. MR 4. OH 5. MH

2. Name of School where the respondent studies:

  1. School’s Name:
  2. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

3. Location:

  1. Rural
  2. Urban
    1. For how many years are you studying in the school?
    2. Do you have a friend without any disability?
    3. 1.Yes 2.No
    1. If no, would like to make friends with any non-disabled child in your class or school?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
    1. Did the school offer you any school-readiness training after admission?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
    1. Did the school authorities discuss with you regarding how to interact with the Children Without Disabilities of your school?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
    1. Where do you generally interact with Children Without Disabilities?
    2. 1. In classroom 2. During games/play hours
    3. 3. While commuting to school 4. During recess hours
    4. 5. During outings 6. During group activities
    5. 7. Any other (specify)
    1. Have you ever been invited by any non-disabled child to visit his/her home?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
    1. Have you ever invited any non-disabled child to your home?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
    1. Have you ever taken any help from non-disabled classmates in carrying out academic tasks?
    2. 1.Yes 2.No
  1. If yes, explain how?

III.V.I

4. Have you ever helped a disabled classmate in carrying out academic tasks?

  1. Yes
  2. No

5. Have you ever felt discriminated by your teachers?

  1. Yes
  2. No

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6. Have you ever felt discriminated by your non-disabled classmates or other Children Without Disabilities of your school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

7. Which of the following benefits do you get from the school/NGO?

  1. Book Allowance
  2. Equipment Allowance
  3. Transport Allowance
  4. Aids and Appliances
  5. Reader’s Allowance
  6. Uniform Allowances
  7. Any other (specify)

8. Do you need any other facility that has not been provided?

  1. Yes
  2. No

9. How often do your teachers take you to the resource room?

  1. Frequently
  2. Occasionally
  3. Never

10. Have you noticed any changes done by the teachers to suit your needs?

  1. Yes
  2. No

11. If yes, how it was done?

  1. 1. Presentations
  2. Experiments
  3. Use of more visual/audio teaching aids
  4. Sitting arrangements
  5. 5. Positioning
  6. Conduct of Examination
  7. Specially designed TLM
  8. Any other (specify)

12. Do the teachers assist you after the school time in performing academic tasks?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

13. How would you rate the attitude of the teachers towards Children With Disabilities?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

14. Do the parents of Children Without Disabilities object to the presence of Children With Disabilities in the classroom?

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1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know

15. Do you think that your disabled classmates benefit more by the presence of Children Without Disabilities?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

16. Do you think that the presence of Children With Disabilities has also benefited Children Without Disabilities?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

27. If yes, explain how?

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


III.V.IV
REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact


Schedule for Parents of Children with Disabilities Studying in Integrated Schools
[Declaration: The information is being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided shall be kept confidential and shall be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

  1. Sex: 1. Male 2. Female
  2. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

2. Name of the School where the child studies:

  1. School’s Name:
  2. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

3. Location:

  1. Urban
  2. Rural

4. Nature of impairment of the Child

  1. HI
  2. VI
  3. MR
  4. OH
  5. MH

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5. Other Details regarding the Child

  1. Age:
  2. Sex: 1. Male 2. Female
  3. Class:
    1. For how many years your child is studying in the school?
    2. Are your Children without Disabilities studying in the same school?
      1. Yes
      2. No

6. Who detected the disability in your child?

  1. Through diagnostic camps
  2. NGOs
  3. PHC
  4. Child Guidance Clinic
  5. Community level worker
  6. Family members
  7. Family doctor
  8. Any other (specify)
  9. At what age was the disability of your child identified?
  10. What was your initial reaction on identification of the disability in your child?
    1. Shock
    2. Grief
    3. Rejection
    4. Isolation
    5. Consulted the doctors/specialists
    6. Any other (specify)
  11. Did you receive any moral support?
    1. Yes
    2. No
    3. If yes, from whom?

7. Was there a gap between identification and schooling?

  1. Yes
  2. No

8. If yes, what did the child do during the gap?

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9. Who suggested you to send the child to the school?

  1. PHC Doctor
  2. Social Worker
  3. School Teacher
  4. NGO
  5. Village/Panchayat Leader
  6. Anganwadi Worker
  7. Any other (specify)

10. Did you believe that your child can be educated?

  1. Yes
  2. No

11. Which school did the child attend in the beginning?

  1. Special
  2. Regular
  3. Integrated

12. Was your disabled child given any pre-integration training by the school after his/her admission?

  1. Yes
  2. No

13. Did the school authorities also orient you as to how to manage your disabled child at home better?

  1. Yes
  2. No

14. If yes, how would you rate the extent of impact of the orientation session to manage your disabled child at home?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

15. Would you like to undergo any further orientation programme for the benefit of your child or any other child with disability?

  1. Yes
  2. No

16. If yes, how long?

  1. Less than 1 week
  2. 1-2 weeks
  3. 3-4 weeks
  4. More than 1 month

17. Did the school also orient your non-disabled child studying in that school as to how to cooperate his/her sibling?

  1. Yes
  2. No

18. If yes, how would you rate the extent of the impact of orientation on the behaviour of your non-disabled child vis-à-vis his/her sibling?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

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19. Has the school also provided some orientation to other Children without Disabilities in the school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

20. How would you describe the acceptance of your disabled child by his/her non-disabled siblings?

  1. Full
  2. Partial
  3. Nil

21. Have you come across any incidents of non-acceptability of your disabled child by Children without Disabilities in the school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

22. Has the school ever sought your support in managing your child educationally at home?

  1. Yes
  2. No

23. How would you rate the behavioural attitude of the teachers towards your disabled child?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

24. Do you face any difficulty in taking and bringing back the child from school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

25. If yes, what difficulties you face?

  1. Inadequate escort allowance
  2. Lack of proper transport facility
  3. Inadequate transport allowance
  4. Non-availability of escort
  5. Any other (specify)
  6. What kinds of support services are available in the school?
  7. Is your child satisfied with the present support service system in the school?
    1. Braille Books
    2. Wheel Chairs
    3. Toys
    4. TLM
    5. Sports items
    6. Computers
    7. Hearing Aid
    8. Large print
    9. Audio books
    10. Low vision devices
    11. White canes
    12. Any other (specify)
  8. 1.Yes 2.No

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26. If no, mention the reasons.


27. Suggest what support services the school should provide?

28. How often do you attend Parent-Teacher meetings?

  1. Regularly
  2. Sometimes
  3. Never

29. Did you find any difficulty in managing the educational needs of your child at home?

  1. Yes
  2. No

30. If yes, what steps did you take to sort out the issue?

  1. Consulted the school teachers
  2. Took specialized training
  3. Hired the services of a special teacher
  4. Any other (specify)

31. How would you rate the attitude of the school management towards the overall cause of integrated education?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

32. Are there services available for rehabilitation of Children with Disabilities in the school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

33. How would you rate the support of the community in furthering integrated education?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


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REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact

Schedule for Parents of Children without Disabilities Studying in Integrated Schools
[Declaration: The following information is being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

  1. Sex:
    1. Male
    2. Female
  2. Address:
    1. Village/Street:
    2. Block/Taluka/Town:
    3. District:
    4. State:
    5. Pin Code:

2. Location:

  1. Rural
  2. Urban

3. Name of the School where the child studies:

  1. School’s Name:
    1. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

4. Educational Qualification:

  1. Illiterate
  2. Primary
  3. Middle
  4. Secondary
  5. Higher Secondary
  6. Graduate
  7. Post Graduate
  8. Any other (specify)

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5. Occupation:

  1. Farmer
  2. Daily-wager
  3. Govt. Service
  4. Pvt. Service
  5. Self-employed
  6. Any other (specify)

6. When you admitted your child in the school did you know that it was an integrated school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

7. If no, what was your reaction on knowing?

  1. Did not matter
  2. Didn’t have any choice
  3. Good for my child

8. Have you ever helped the parents of any disabled child?

  1. Yes
  2. No

9. If yes, how?

10. Will you advocate before parents of other Children without Disabilities to send their wards to the integrated school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

11. Have you ever suggested the parents of Children with Disabilities to send their children to the integrated school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

12. Do you feel satisfied with the academic progress of your child?

  1. Yes
  2. No

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13. If no, do you consider the status of the school as one of the reasons?

  1. Yes
  2. No

14. Do you feel that there is enough community support for the integrated school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


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REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact

Schedule for Educational Administrators (Block/District/State Level)
[Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

  1. Sex:
    1. Male
    2. Female
  2. Address:
    1. Village/Street:
    2. Block/Taluka/Town:
    3. District:
    4. State:
    5. Pin Code:

2. Designation:

3. Location:

  1. Rural
  2. Urban

4. Are you aware of the section 39 of the PwD Act, 1995?
(The investigator will explain section 39)

  1. Yes
  2. No

5. Are you aware of IEDC Scheme?

  1. Yes
  2. No

6. Are you aware of the other schemes for the disabled (ADIP, NPRPD, SSA)?

  1. Yes
  2. No

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7. Are you aware of the number of schools implementing IEDC scheme underyour jurisdiction?

  1. Yes
  2. No

8. If yes, how many? (the investigator shall obtain a list of such schools)

9. What is your opinion on community participation for encouraging integrated education in your area/district/state?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

10. What is your opinion on the effectiveness of integrated schools in implementing the IEDC Scheme?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

11. What steps do you take for ensuring certification of Children with Disabilities?

12. What steps do you take for admission of more and more Children with Disabilities in integrated schools?

13. What are the administrative constraints that you face for proper implementation of the scheme?

14. Do you get the applications from the all integrated schools/NGOs as per the guidelines of the IEDC Scheme?

  1. Yes
  2. No

15. If no, what step do you take?

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16. Do you physically verify all the integrated schools before recommending their applications?

  1. Yes
  2. No

17. How much time (in months) do you usually take in recommending the funding applications of any integrated school/NGO to the Ministry of HRD?

18. What steps do you take to popularize the IEDC scheme for better results?

19. What steps do you suggest for better implementation of the scheme? Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


III.VIII.III
REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]
Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact

Schedule for Panchayat/Village/Community Leader [Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided shall be kept confidential and shall be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

  1. Sex:
    1. Male
    2. Female
  2. Address:
    1. Village/Street:
    2. Block/Taluka/Town:
    3. District:
    4. State:
    5. Pin Code:

2. Designation (if any):

3. Location:

  1. Rural
  2. Urban

4. Are you aware that a school is located in your area for giving education to Children with Disabilities along with Children without Disabilities?

  1. Yes
  2. No

5. Have you ever visited the integrated school (quote the name of the school)?

  1. Yes
  2. No

6. If yes, did you go on your own or on invitation of the school authorities?

  1. Went on his own
  2. Went on invitation

7. Do you know that the Central Government gives funds to the school for the education of the Children with Disabilities of your village/area?

  1. Yes
  2. No

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8. Do you know the Central/State Government gives financial assistance and other concessions (like bus pass, scholarship, assistive device, soft loan, etc.) for the disabled persons?

  1. Yes
  2. No

9. Have the school authorities (offering integrated education) ever consulted you in identifying the Children with Disabilities in your locality?

  1. Yes
  2. No

10. Are you aware of the provisions of section 39 of the PwD Act?
(investigator to explain section 39)

  1. Yes
  2. No

11. To what extent do you think the Children with Disabilities of your locality/area are being given admission by the integrated school (quote the name of the school)?

  1. 100%
  2. 75%
  3. 50%
  4. 25%
  5. Below 25%

12. Does the integrated school give support services needed by the Children with Disabilities within its campus (investigator to give examples)?

  1. Educational Aids 1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know
  2. Assistive Devices 1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know
  3. Transport 1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know
  4. Therapeutic services 1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know

13. If yes, how would you rate the present support service system in the school?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

14. Is the school barrier free (investigator may explain the term barrier free)?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Don’t know

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15. How would you rate the performance of the school in furthering educational opportunities for the Children with Disabilities of the locality?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

16. How would you rate the role played by the IEDC scheme in bringing change in the lives of children with disabilities?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


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REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact

Schedule for NGOs Working in the Field of Disability [Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

  1. Sex:
    1. Male
    2. Female
  2. Address:
    1. Village/Street:
    2. Block/Taluka/Town:
    3. District:
    4. State:
    5. Pin Code:

2. Designation in the NGO:

3. Location:

  1. Rural
  2. Urban

Name of the NGO:

  1. NGO’s Name:
    1. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

4. Area of working (specific disability):

  1. VI
  2. HI
  3. MR
  4. OH
  5. MH

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5. Are you aware of the integrated school in the locality (quote name of the school) ?

  1. Yes
  2. No

6. Have you ever visited the integrated school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

7. If yes, for what purpose?

8. Are you aware that some Children with Disabilities in the locality are not going to that school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

9. If yes, have you referred any disabled student for admission in the school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

10. Do you feel that there is enough community support for the integrated school?

  1. Yes
  2. No

11. Are you aware whether the school is giving any support services (investigator to give examples) to the Children with Disabilities?

  1. Educational Aids 1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know
  2. Assistive Devices 1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know
  3. Transport 1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know
  4. Therapeutic services 1. Yes 2. No 3. Don’t know

12. What is your opinion regarding the performance of the integrated school?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]


III.X.II
REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA
[A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment]

Department of Secondary and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resources Development Government of India
A Study of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC)
Scheme: Assessment of Impact

Schedule for NGOs Receiving Grants from MHRD for Implementing IEDC Scheme
[Declaration: The following information are being sought for a research study sponsored by the Govt. of India to assess the impact of the IEDC Scheme. The data provided will be kept confidential and will be used only for the purpose mentioned.]

1. Name of the respondent:

  1. Sex:
    1. Male
    2. Female
  2. Experience in Dealing with IEDC Scheme (in years):
  3. Designation:
  4. Address:
    1. Village/Street:
    2. Block/Taluka/Town:
    3. District:
    4. State:
    5. Pin Code:

2. Name of the NGO:

  1. NGO’s Name:
    1. Address: 1. Village/Street:
      1. Block/Taluka/Town:
      2. District:
      3. State:
      4. Pin Code:

3. Location:

  1. Urban
  2. Rural

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4. With how many schools the tie up to provide integrated education has been made?

  1. Elementary:
  2. Secondary:
  3. Any other (specify):

5. Type of the schools with which tie up has been made:

  1. Government:
  2. Govt.-aided:
  3. Any other (specify):
    1. No. of Children being provided educational facilities by the NGO:
    2. No. of special teachers that the NGO has appointed:
    3. How many resource rooms has the NGO constructed?
      1. Have you oriented all the general teachers of the schools where you implement the IEDC programme?
      2. 1.Yes 2.No
      3. If yes, what was the duration of the orientation programme?
      4. 1. Less than 1 week 2. 1 – 2 weeks
      5. 3. 3-4 Weeks 4. Above 1 Month
  4. Have all the Principal/Head Teachers of the schools (where the IEDC programme is implemented) undergone any orientation training?
Special
Boys Girls
VI HI MR OH MH VI HI MR OH MH



Special
VI HI MR MH
  1. Yes
  2. No

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12. How did you identify Children with Disabilities?

  1. 1. Distributing Leaflets
  2. Organizing Camps
  3. Informing Village Heads
  4. Notifying through Panchayats
  5. NGOs
  6. PHC
  7. Child Guidance Clinic
  8. Through community worker
  9. Folk Media
  10. Mass Media
  11. Any other (specify):

13. Who does the assessment of the disability?

  1. Team of Specialists
  2. Spl. Educator
  3. Any other (specify):
    (Team of Specialists: Audiologist/Speech Therapist/Psychologist/Ophthalmologist/ Occupational Therapist/Special Educator)

14. What criteria for assessment are followed?

  1. Checklist
  2. Medical examination
  3. Activity assessment
  4. Functional Assessment

15. Is the assessment done as per the provisions of PWD Act?
(Relevant provisions must be made known to the field investigator)

  1. Yes
  2. No

16. Are the various incentives provided in the scheme for children adequate?

  1. Yes
  2. No

17. If no, how should they be revised?

18. Do you get the financial support as per the specifications IEDC scheme?

  1. Yes
  2. No

19. If no, do you get more or less amount of support as per your calculations?

  1. More
  2. Less

20. If you get less amount, what is its reason as per your opinion?

  1. Centre cuts the amount
  2. State Govt. doesn’t release full amount

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21. Do you encounter any problems in getting the grants?

  1. Yes
  2. No

22. If yes, what problems?

  1. State govt does not recommend grant-proposal in time
  2. No IEDC Cell in the State
  3. Non-availability of sensitized staff in IEDC cell
  4. No clear policy of the State Govt. in promoting integrated education
  5. Arbitrary reduction of grant amount
  6. Delay in inspection by IEDC Cell
  7. Any other (specify):

23. How often do you interact with the State Implementing Agency?

  1. Monthly
  2. Quarterly
  3. Half-Yearly
  4. Yearly
  5. Never

24. How would you rate the support of the community in furthering integrated education?

  1. Good
  2. Average
  3. Poor

Date: Signature of Interviewer

Place: [ Name in Block Letters ]

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