B.Ed (Spl. Edu.)

by on   Thursday, May 31st, 2018

The  B.Ed. (Special Education)  programme  aims  to  develop  Special  Education  Teachers/Educators  for children with disabilities for various settings (including Inclusive, Special, Open School and Home Based Education). The B.Ed. (Special Education) programme will prepare human resources to enable them to acquire knowledge and develop competencies and skills to impart education and training effectively to children with disability as well as all other children and this  being  teachers  for  all  children.

Rehabilitation Council of India has recognised our Institute for the B.Ed Special Education Hearing Impairment Programme for 2018 -20 and Affiliation process to Manipur University is underway.

Duration of the course: It is two years programme with two semesters in each year . The course comprises of 64-72 weeks of contact classes with 6-8 weeks of field activities .Each semester will comprise of 16-18 weeks with 2 weeks of field activities.The course can be completed in a maximum of three years from the date of admission to the programme.

Minimum Eligibility Conditions: The applicant should have a  Bachelor/Master’s Degree  from any recognised University with minimum 50% passing marks .

Working Days and Attendance : The programme will be conducted for at least 200 working days each year exclusive of period of examination and admission. The minimum attendance of students have to be 80% for all course works , 90% for all practicum and 100% for school internship (5% attendance may be condoned by head of institution on genuine grounds)

Total number of Seats: The total seats is 30 including all reserved categories.

Medium of Instruction: English

Course fees : The course fees is 30,000/- per semester including University examination fees. The cost of the application form and prospectus shall be Rs. 500/- only

Last Date for of Application Form Submission: 28th August 2018
For More Details Contact: 98621 38446/ 84140 52906

Download Admission_notice 2018-20
Download Application-form 2018-20
Download Prospectus-2018-20

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Beneficiaries

by on   Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

  • List of Beneficiaries for the Year 2016-17 for Special School for CP and M.D. Downloads
  • List of Beneficiaries for the Year 2016-17 for preschool, for Hearing Handicapped segment. Download

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Annual Reports

by on   Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Annual Report of Re-Creation, a voluntary Agency:

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Run for Inclusion

by on   Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Open Manipur Half Maration – 2015spastic-run-web

Entry Free!!Marathon Reg Form Enroll you Name, HURRY Free T-Shirt for the first 1000 Applicants Forms available at :

  • Spastic Society of Manipur, Ghari, Airport Road
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Marup

by on   Monday, September 12th, 2016

MARUP an initiative of Spastic Society of Manipur , is a network of non disabled persons who volunteer to be friends of the disabled persons in the community and contribute some time and energy whenever possible to be with them, entertain them, share experiences with them, aid them in activities of daily living ,livelihoods, advocate and provide non formal educational activities and physical support to the disabled persons and the family members in whatever capacity they can voluntarily without desire of personal financial gains

Moto: Get involved ,share few moments with us

Vision: No disabled person is left alone and neglected in the society

Mission: To create a network of friends all over the State to achieve inclusion and community participation of persons with disabilities.

Philosophy : Many people with disabilities continue to lack connections beyond their relationships with their families and other people in the human service settings they attend. This reflects a history of discrimination against people with disabilities which is expressed in multiple barriers to social integration.
To truly integrate them in the society they need to have a good, diverse social networks with positive involvement of non disabled persons in all aspects of life.
We have to provide them with opportunities to make friends and enemies, enjoy good times, offer and receive consolation, make the best of their talents, and find meaning in the company of those among whom they are placed.
Through MARUP we want to create awakening in the society that they also have duties and responsibilities towards their fellow men who are less fortunate and together we can help them live a life of dignity and happiness.

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Badthe Kadam

by on   Monday, September 12th, 2016

Badhte Kadam 3 - discoverability awareness raising campaign in 7 districts of Manipur

Badhte Kadam 3 is a national mega discoverability awareness raising campaign , an initiative of National Trust of India organized in Manipur by Spastic Society of Manipur with support of Government of Manipur.

Spastic Society of Manipur had organized the Badhte Kadam 2 in November 2010, with support from the State Govt. of Manipur and Assam Rifles and had bagged the Best State Award for the Best Campaign 2010 due to its professional and innovative approach.

This year Badhte Kadam 3 is scheduled from 14th Nov-3rd Dec. 2011 in 7 districts of Manipur in regions not covered before including Tamenlong, Sugnu & Moreh . The theme is “Get involved, Share a few moments of your life with us “.Also we are to launch MARUP (friends club for disabled persons ) in Manipur with the aim of creating a network of persons who will volunteer to educate, entertain and empower persons with disabilities in the state.

With the vision that “No disabled person is left alone and neglected in the society” and a mission to create a network of friends all over the State to achieve inclusion and community participation of persons with disabilities the Badhte kadam team will visit schools and colleges in seven districts and conduct awareness programmes with games, quiz show, talent show ,poster and photo exhibition .

Badhte Kadam 3 - discoverability awareness raising campaign in 7 districts of Manipur

MARUP is a network of non disabled persons who volunteered to be friends of the disabled persons in the community and contribute some time and energy whenever possible to be with them, entertain them, share experiences with them, aid them in activities of daily living ,livelihoods, advocate and provide non formal educational activities and physical support to the disabled persons and the family members in whatever capacity they can voluntarily without desire of personal financial gains.

Many people with disabilities continue to lack connections beyond their relationships with their families and other people in the human service settings they attend. This reflects a history of discrimination against people with disabilities which is expressed in multiple barriers to social integration.

To truly integrate them in the society they need to have a good, diverse social networks with positive involvement of non disabled persons in all aspects of life.

Through Badhte Kadam , we want to create awakening in the society especially to the students regarding our changing lifestyles that causes disabilities and that they also have duties and responsibilities towards their fellow men who are less fortunate and together we can help them live a life of dignity and happiness.

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Understanding disability

by on   Monday, September 12th, 2016

Some people have difficulties which other people do not have. For example: some people have difficulty hearing, speaking, learning, or moving around in the same way as others. Such difficulties are called disabilities.About 7 out of every 100 people are said to have a disability. (more…)

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Common Disabilities

by on   Monday, September 12th, 2016

Each disability is different and require different approaches to rehabilitation and therapy depending on their specific needs, limitation and severity. (more…)

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Common Causes of Disabilities

by on   Monday, September 12th, 2016

The most common cause of disability is not accidents or workplace injuries but illnesses such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes, followed closely by arthritis, back pain and problems resulting from lifestyle choices. (more…)

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Blog Post Title

by on   Sunday, September 11th, 2016

What goes into a blog post? Helpful, industry-specific content that: 1) gives readers a useful takeaway, and 2) shows you’re an industry expert.

Use your company’s blog posts to opine on current industry topics, humanize your company, and show how your products and services can help people.

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