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JCR. 2020; 7(6): 1562-1576

To Study the Role of Teachers in Inclusive Education in Government and Private Universities of Lucknow City

Jaya Yadav, Dr Mitima Sachdeva, Dr Roli Rai.

Inclusive education is about disable children learning effectively
once they are in mainstream University. Teacher is the key to success
in inclusion.
This paper is to study the role of teacher in inclusive education in
government and private universities of Lucknow city. However,to
examine the inclusive education of Lucknow city both in the private
and government universities.

Key words: Higher Education, State, Central, Private Autonomous, Inclusive, Education.

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