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Few comments from feedback we diligently gather at all our courses...

“Our sincere appreciation to Team Drishti for your dedication towards enabling schools to bring inclusivity in Education.”
– Ms. Sujatha Mohandas, Principal Sishu Griha Montessori School, Bangalore

“I take this opportunity to thank SIES-Drishti for putting together the SEN Course so thoughtfully. This was my first online course on special needs and truly a memorable one. The course content was put forth systematically and I enjoyed the interactive skype sessions. I recommend all serious learners who want to know more about special needs to take up this course at least once.”
– P. Sindhu

“We acknowledge your sincere efforts to conduct the 72 hour Online Enabling for Inclusion Training Program for S.Y.. B.Ed. I am sure your program has enhanced their capability to deal with students of special education needs as part of the process of mainstreaming. We want to thank your team for facilitating the training effectively and efficiently. We also appreciate the flexibility you have provided to the students for completing the course. We thank you for collaborating with us in our endeavour for quality education for our pre-service teachers.”
– Dr. Savita Manchekar, Principal Lord’s B.Ed. College, Mumbai

“I appreciated the practical application in classroom situation that was covered.”
– Ms. Kunjal Trivedi, Teacher RBK Group of Schools attending a Workshop series on Inclusion

“My journey for equipping myself with a good knowledge of special needs, is now on a great path with the SEN course that I recently joined. First point which attracted me to this course is that it’s online. Study materials are available online and very easy to understand. I don’t have to worry about how to manage my son and the studies together. Monthly contact class is the highlight of the course, where a discussion of the topic is done between people with different personal and work experiences. I am eagerly looking forward to learn more from this course as it is turning to be an almost enlightening path for me.”
– Remmia Jayprakash, Parent of a Child with Autism