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Monitoring and Inspections


The Council ensures that its recognized training institutions situated across the country adhere to the established norms and for this purpose the Council continuously monitors the quality of the training programme by adopting following policies:-

  1. Inspection of the Institution
    • The feasibility of the Institution for grant of extension of recognition is assessed by a team of Visiting Experts nominated from the respective disability area.
    • The Institutions desirous to conduct any of the Council's approved training are also assessesed about their feasibility to conduct the proposed training programme in the field of special education and rehabilitation.
  2. Surprise Inspection & Mid -Term Report
    • The Council regularly carries out surprise inspections to monitor the quality of the approved training programme and violations identified are required to be rectified under intimation to the Council.
    • The recognised institutions are required to submit their mid-term report pertaining to the conduct of the approved training. The report contains the detailed information about the core & guest faculty, students admitted and other infrastructural facilities required in accordance with the RCI's prescribed norms. 



(Visiting Experts are requested to intimate the Council for any changes with regard to professional qualification and contact details..)

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