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Jaipur's Disha NGO plans 12-day Disability Day celebration
A 12-day long Disability Day celebration will kick off from November 21st with a signature campaign to be flagged off from Disha by Rajasthan's Health and Family Welfare Minister Rajendra Singh Rathore, informed Rainu Singh, Executive Director of the organisation.
Two well decorated and canvas clad buses will go to various educational institutes and organisations where people will put their signatures on the canvas to enlist their support to the cause of differently abled persons including children. The two buses will be sent out every day to different places till December 3, stated Singh.

During this period, a two-day conference at Disha titled "Paradigm Shift in Inclusive Schooling" in collaboration with Brotherhood, Delhi, NABET, Constitution Board Quality Councils of India (QCI), Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and under the guidance and leadership of Prof. N K Jangira, and several eminent professionals who have developed Quality indicators for Inclusive Education.

On November 30 and December 1, a 'Children's Night Out' event will be organised at Edify International school campus to participate in various activities with counterparts at Edify, such as swimming; horse riding, entertainment and tree plantation.

On December 2, students from six other schools will join Disha students and make paintings together. The grand finale will be on December 3 when certificates and prize distribution, cultural program by Disha school children and students from other schools will take place.

"Like all the previous years, we are going to celebrate International Day for Persons with Disabilities in a big way. The entire gamut of activities is based on INCLUSION of children with special needs into the mainstream," she asserted.

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