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Centre for Scholastic Integration (CFSI) - for imparting inclusive education

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Inclusive Education PPT - 2016


LIFE EMPOWERMENT AWARD 2013

The Life Empowerment Award for Schools 2012-13 was organized by ‘Expressions India’.  The National Life Skills, Value Education and School Wellness Programme.  Our School participated under the category of Best Practice in Inclusive Education and won meritorious achievements for Inclusive Practice in school.

 A Power Point Presentation showcasing the working of centre is for the perusal of parents.

 

Bal Bharati Public School, Noida started its own Centre for Scholastic Integration(CFSI) in year 2008. The CFSI is headed by a Special Educator who works with students having Special Education Needs (e.g. Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Slow Learners) . The Special Educator develops a Individualised Education Program (IEP) for these students on the basis of Informal Assessment. If required the students are reffered to a Psycologist for Clinical Assessment.

 

Policy For Students With Dyslexia

Instructions/Exemptions/concessions extended by the Board during Secondary (Class X) & Senior School Certificate (Class XII) Examinations for Differently Abled Candidates  

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS/CONCESSIONS (APPLICABLE FOR CLASS X & XII)

Sl.No.

Subject

Instructions/ Concessions

1.

Medical Certificate

The medical certificate issued by the following agencies/organizations will be considered for granting concessions to Differently abled candidates:

 i) Disability Certificate(s) issued by Government hospitals controlled by either the Central or State Governments;

   

ii)

Disability Certificate(s) issued by Recognized institutes of national level viz National Association for the Blind, Spastic

Society of India etc; and

   

iii)

Disability Certificate(s) issued by Non-governmental Organizations/practitioners registered with Rehabilitation Council of India/Central Government/State Government of the Respective State.

2.

Scribe and compensatory time 

i)

 

Spastic, Visually Impaired, Physically Handicapped, Dyslexic, Autistic and candidates with disabilities as defined in the Persons  with Disabilities Act, 1995 are permitted to use a Scribe or allowed Compensatory time as  given below or both :

 

For paper of 3 hours duration          60 minutes

For paper of 2½  hours duration      50 minutes

For paper of 2 hours duration          40 minutes

For paper of 1½  hours duration      30 minutes

   

ii)

Autistic candidate is permitted to use the services of a scribe or an Adult prompter.

3.

Appointment of Scribe and related instructions

i)

A person to be appointed as scribe should not have obtained his/her  qualifications in the same subject (s) in which the candidate shall be appearing  for the examination

   

ii)

candidate shall have the discretion of  opting for his own scribe and shall have the flexibility in accommodating change in scribe in case of emergency. 

   

iii)

Candidate shall also have the option of  meeting the scribe a day before the examination. 

   

iv)

Centre Superintendent of the examination centre concerned shall forward to the concerned Regional Officer of the Board, a report giving full particulars of the candidate and of the scribe.

   
  1. v)Suitable room shall be arranged for the candidate for whom a scribe is allowed and a separate Assistant Superintendent shall be appointed by the Centre Superintendent to supervise his/her examination.
  2. vi)Services of Scribe shall be provided free of cost vii) The Scribe shall be paid by the Board remuneration as prescribed from time to time.

4.

 

Other General instructions/ facilities 

  1. i)To facilitate easy access, a few selected schools are made examination centers for special students.
  2. ii)Teachers from schools for visually impaired are appointed as Assistant Superintendent(s) (Invigilators) at the special examination centers. However, precaution is taken to appoint different subject teachers on different days.
  3. iii)Answer books of differently abled candidates are sent separately by the Centre Superintendents
  4. iv)A separate column is provided on the title page of the answerfor indicating the category of  differently abled candidates.
  5. v)Visually Impaired candidates are permitted use of screen reading software( like JAWS- Job Access with Speech) with prior approval of theThey also have the facility of using a computer or a typewriter for writing answers .
  6. vi)Use of calculator is not permitted in any of the examinations conducted by the

 

  1. B.SPECIFIC EXEMPTIONS/

 CLASS X

S.No.

Subject

Exemptions/Concessions

1.

Exemption from third language  

Exemption from examination in the third language from

Classes VI to VIII  is granted to 

  • •Visually impaired candidates
  • •Candidates suffering  from speech / hearing defects
  • •Dyslexic candidates
  • •Candidates with disabilities as defined in the Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995.

2.

Flexibility in choosing subjects

i) Candidates with visual and hearing impairment, Spastic, Dyslexic, Autistic and candidates with disabilities as defined in the Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995 have the option of studying one compulsory language as against two. This language should be in consonance with the overall spirit of the Three

   

Language Formula prescribed by the Board. Besides one language any four of the following subjects can be offered:

 

Mathematics , Science, Social Science, another language,

Music, Painting, Home Science ,Foundation of Information Technology, Commerce (Elements of Business) & Commerce (Elements of Book Keeping And  Accountancy), E –Typewriting (English), E-Typewriting(Hindi), Introduction to Computer Technology, Retail (NSQF) and Information Technology(NSQF)

 

  1. ii)Bonafide residents of Delhi appearing as Private candidate as per provisions of Examination Byelaws cannot take subjects having Practical Component at Secondary level. However, candidates with disabilities as defined in the Examination Bye-laws have the option of taking up Music, Painting, Home Science as the subjects of study.
  2. iii)Physio-therapic exercises are considered as equivalent to Physical and Health Education course of the Board.

3.

Alternate questions/ Separate Question Paper 

  1. i)Alternative type questions are provided in lieu of questions having visual inputs for Visually Impaired candidates in the subjects of English Communicative and Social Science.
  1. ii)Separate question papers in enlarged print are provided in the subjects of Mathematics and Science.

 CLASS XII

S.No.

Subject

Exemptions/Concessions

1.

Flexibility in

Choosing subjects.

Bonafide residents of Delhi appearing as Private candidate as per provisions of Examination Byelaws cannot take subjects having Practical Component. However, candidates with disabilities as defined in the Examination Bye-laws have the option of taking Music, Painting, Home Science as the subjects of study.

2.

Separate question paper and questions in lieu of practical

component

Visually Impaired candidates are -

i) given separate question papers containing Multiple choice questions based on Practical component in lieu of practicals in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and

Biology ii) Question papers administered in the subjects of  Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology are without any visual input  

iii) Alternative type questions are provided in lieu of questions having visual inputs in the subjects of History, Geography and Economics  

Students studying in schools affiliated to the Board and desirous of availing the exemptions/concessions should approach the concerned Regional Office of CBSE through the Head of their Institution preferably while in Class IX and/or XI.  The request should be supported by relevant medical certificate and recommendation from the Head of the School/Institution.  Only those students would be considered for grant of exemption/concession in whose respect relevant category has been entered during registration in Class IX and/or XI.  

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