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Sr. No. CONTENTS
1 OUTREACH DIVISION
2 DISTANCE EDUCATION CELL
3 NATIONAL INTERACTIVE WEB PORTAL ON DISABILITY
4 PROJECTS (COMPLETED)*
 
  1. NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR PREVENTION & CONTROL OF DEAFNESS (NPPCD)
    1. The council undertook following activities for successful implementation of the project:
    2. Following is the brief Progress of the Training Programmes conducted under the Project:
      1. State wise number of batches conducted and persons trained as on 31/03/2008
      2. Level-Wise training completed & percentage achieved as per proposal
  2. BRIDGE COURSE
  3. STUDY OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTION FOR VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
    1. PROJECT REPORT
    2. PROJECT TEAM
  4. A STUDY OF INTEGRATED EDUCATION FOR THE DISABLED CHILDREN (IEDC) SCHEME ASSESSMENT OF IMPACT
    1. Project Team
    2. PREFACE
  5. PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE
    1. NATIONAL PROGRAMME ON ORIENTATION OF MEDICAL OFFICERS WORKING IN PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES TO DISABILITY MANAGEMENT :
      1. Why the National Programme?
      2. Launching and Implementation of the Programme
      3. Launching and Implementation of the Programme
      4. Expected Benefits of the Programme
      5. Uniqueness of the Programme
    2. LIST OF INSTITUTIONS CONDUCTING Primary Health Centre TRAINING PROGRAMME

OUTREACH DIVISION
As the annual turnover of professional manpower trained through the regular institutions could hardly meet the demand of trained manpower in the area of special education and rehabilitation, the council envisaged its vision to render services to all people with disabilities in the country and providing them age and disability appropriate continuum of rehabilitation services, opted for the other mode of curriculum transaction, i.e., distance mode. The Outreach Division has been started in the Council to monitor the distance education programmes, inter-ministerial/ departmental coordination, application of emerging technologies, project evaluation and assessment and resource generation.

DISTANCE EDUCATION CELL
The distance education programmes initially launched by the council in 2000-01 in collaboration with the Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) University have made tremendous impact on the human resource development in the area of special education. Therefore the council had signed MOUs with a number of other open universities to offer distance education courses, especially in regional languages. The Distance Education Cell continued to monitor the Distance Education Programmes.

EDUSAT/DRS – NAVSHIKHAR CHANNEL
In order to transform the way the persons with disabilities are being educated, the Council launched a joint venture with Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and Medial Lab Asia (MLA), viz., “EDUSAT” up linking station and TV studio located in the RCI building to connect more than 500 Study Centers /recognized institutions via satellite to disseminate information for improving the quality of training in the field of disability rehabilitation and special education in the country. The Studio was inaugurated by Smt.Meira Kumar, Hon’ble Union Minister for Social Justice & Empowerment on October5, 2007. The channel was named as “Navshikhar” by the Hon’ble Minister.

In order to expand the programme at the national level, the Council had started a project “A Comprehensive Satellite/Internet Based National Network for Education, Training and Empowerment of the Disabled” in February 2007 in collaboration with ISRO & MLA. The project is manned by technical staff engaged on contract basis. Live programmes are telecast on different topics to over 220 institutions where the DRS facility has already been provided by the Council from Monday through Thursday.

NATIONAL INTERACTIVE WEB PORTAL ON DISABILITY
The Council in collaboration with Media Lab Asia has developed a comprehensive national web portal on disability which will be a gateway to all related information regarding differently disability issues. The promotion of web portals on the internet is one of the initiatives of National Knowledge Commission to open up knowledge sources and resources for public use. The portal is designed to provide all related information regarding different disability issues at one platform. This will enable persons with disabilities, NGOs, professionals, policy makers, students, parents, community workers and all other stakeholders to access information relating to the disability sector.

PROJECTS (COMPLETED)*

1. NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR PREVENTION & CONTROL OF DEAFNESS (NPPCD)

The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India launched the pilot phase of National Programme for Prevention & Control of Deafness in 10 States and 1 Union Territory in an effort to tackle the high incidence of deafness in the country, in view of the preventable nature of this disability. This programme included seven tiers of interactive training programmes from the state level to the village level, which provide the knowledge of ear disease and basic measures to prevent and manage common conditions and help people to use hearing aids effectively. Training of following personnel was envisaged under the programme.

 

  1. Training of Doctors of PHCs & CHCs.
  2. Training of Public Health Nurses, Multipurpose Workers, male and female (ANMs) Anganwadi Supervisors (AWW Supervisor) and child Development Project Officers (CDPOs).
  3. Training of Health Workers and Grassroots level Anganwadi Workers.
  4. Training of Primary School Teachers/Parents at Village level.

The council undertook following activities for successful implementation of the project:

  1. Appointment of staff in project Implementation and Monitoring cell at central Level(RCI)
  2. Selection of Nodal Centers in the respective States/Districts (Prospective Partners)
  3. Conduction of meetings of the project partners.
  4. Appointment of staff for State Project Implementation Team.
  5. Selection of Master Trainers and deputation of Master Trainers to the masters training programme conducted by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.
  6. Visit by RCI Team for monitoring of ingoing Training Programmes in districts
  7. Preparation of Performa & Questionnaires to get feedback from Trainees, Resource Persons and Organizers.
  8. Method for marking of pre and post test papers for uniformity in evaluation.
  9. Review meeting with the state Implementing Agencies regarding work completed, Problems faced and future plans.

The Pilot Project with total financial outlay of Rs.1.50 crores from the ministry of Health & Family Welfare was completed on 31/03/2008 and a final report submitted to the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

Following is the brief Progress of the Training Programmes conducted under the Project:

(A) State wise number of batches  conducted and persons trained as on 31/03/2008

Name of the State

District

Training completed as on 31/03/2008

1st level PHC/CHC Medical Officers

2nd level Health Workers PHN/MPW/CDPO/AWS

3rd level Grass Roots level AWW/TBA/ASHA

4th level Primary School Teachers

Batch

Trainee

Batch

Trainee

Batch

Trainee

Batch

Trainee

Andhra Pradesh

Hyderabad

2

57

2

42

9

524

0

0

Mehaboob Nagar

3

70

4

93

32

1911

0

0

Nalgonda

3

53

15

372

42

2485

0

0

Assam

Sonitpur

3

87

12

372

19

1282

0

0

Kamrup

3

59

8

222

21

1410

1

43

Nalbari

3

90

15

377

14

912

0

0

Chandigarh

Chandigarh

2

45

7

161

6

363

6

322

Delhi

North West

3

68

14

340

24

1264

18

910

 

West

3

70

7

131

5

238

0

0

Gujrat

Bhavnagar

3

64

14

316

7

411

5

252

 

Jamnagar

1

14

11

251

2

129

5

293

 

Rajkot

1

24

0

0

0

0

2

83

Karnataka

Hassan

3

60

14

381

10

473

0

0

 

Dharwad

3

53

14

320

11

505

0

0

 

Mandya

3

74

14

362

10

378

0

0

Manipur

Imphal

3

62

14

348

42

2372

20

912

Sikkim

Gangtok

3

76

18

464

27

1257

20

808

Tamil Nadu

Vellapuram

3

96

14

350

50

3000

20

1000

 

Vellore

3

75

14

350

50

3000

20

1000

 

Tanjavur

3

70

14

350

50

3000

20

1000

Uttarakhand

Deharadun

4

38

6

193

19

710

6

208

 

Haridwar

 

 

7

248

45

2103

6

285

 

Tehri

 

 

9

219

21

571

9

276

Uttar Pradesh

Barabanki

3

71

14

317

10

689

18

925

 

Gorakhpur

3

70

10

288

11

664

17

866

Total

64

1446

271

6867

537

29651

193

9183

(B) Level-Wise training completed & percentage achieved as per proposal

Name of Training Programme

Target Batches as per Proposal

Total training batches conducted till 31/03/2008 (approx.)

Target trainees as per proposal

Total trainees attended the training as on 31/03/2008

Percent of total trainees attended the training as on 31/03/2008 (approx.)

1st level: PHC/CHC Medical Officers

70

64

91%

1446

83%

2nd Level: Health Care Workers/PHN/MPW/CDPO/AWS

350

271

78%

6867

79%

3rd Level: Grass Roots level AWW/TBA/ASHA

1250

537

43%

29651

40%

4th Level: Primary School Teachers

450

193

43%

9183

41%

2. BRIDGE COURSE

The RCI had launched a National Programme of Bridge Course from October 1998 with aim to give on time opportunity to special Teachers / Rehabilitation Workers, who had been working in the area of rehabilitation of the disabled without any formal training / recognised qualification prior to June 1993. The RCI Act 1992 was enforced by the Central Govt. from June, 1993 and thereafter every person desirous to work or started working in the field of Rehabilitation of Disabled should undergo regular training programme approved by RCI.

After achieving the target of Bridge Course in 2001, the scheme was closed.

3. STUDY OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTION FOR VISUAL IMPAIRMENT

A Study of Curriculum Development for the Vocational Instructor for the Visually Impaired

PROJECT REPORT

FUNDED BY: Science & Technology Project Under Mission Mode, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India

Dr. J P Singh, Principal Investigator-Member Secretary, Rehabilitation Council of India, New Delhi

Dr. S.R. Mittal, Co-Prinicpal Investigator-Reader; I.A.S.E., Faculty of Education Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi

PROJECT TEAM

Dr. J P Singh, Principal Investigator

Dr. S R Mittal, Co-Principal Investigator

Mr. Amarender Kumar, Project Investigator (Tech.)

Maulana Abdul Rashid Piru Khan, Investigator (V.I.)

Mr. Rohit Kumar, Typist

4. A STUDY OF INTEGRATED EDUCATION FOR THE DISABLED CHILDREN (IEDC) SCHEME ASSESSMENT OF IMPACT

A STUDY OF INTEGRATED EDUCATION FOR THE DISABLED CHILDREN (IEDC) SCHEME ASSESSMENT OF IMPACT

Project Team
Principla Investigator Dr. J. P. Singh,Member Secretary: Rehabilitation Council of India
Co- investigator Dr. S. K. Prasad  (April 2004 - July 2004)
Project Consultant Dr. Manoj K. Dash (April 2004- September2004)
Project Assistant Mr. Somnath Das (Coordinated from Octuber,2004 to Aug 2005)
Junior Assistant Mr. Manoj Kumar
Consultative Committee
  1. Late Shri. Lal Advani (Chairman Till March,2005 )
  2. Prof. P. Jayachandran (Chairman May - August, 2005)
  3. Dr. S. K. Prasad (Member)
  4. Dr. Manoj K. Dash (Member)
Core Committee
  1. Late Shri Lal Advani (Chairman), A-70, Golf View, DDA Flats, Saket, New Delhi
  2. Dr. J.P.Singh (Convener), Member Secretary & Principal Investigator Rehabilitation Council of India New Delhi
  3. Dr. Bhushan Punani, Executive Director, Blind People’s Association Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Road, Vastrapur, Ahemdabad – 380 015
  4. Prof. P. Jeyachandran, President, Vijay Human Services, # 4, Lakshmipuram, 3rd Street Royapeetah,chennai.
  5. Prof. Beena Shah, Director (P&DD), Indira Gandhi National Open University Maidan Garhi, New Delhi –68.
  6. Mr. Ashwini Aggarwal, 8, Subham Apartments, Patparganj, Delhi – 92.
  7. Dr. S. K. Prasad, Flat no 152; Chandanwadi Apartment, Plot no. 8, Sec. 10; Dwarka; New Delhi - 110075
  8. Dr. Manoj Dash (Special Invitee), A-403, Saheta Apartments, Plot No.30, Sector-4 Dwarka, New Delhi - 75

PREFACE

It is my privilege to submit the Country Report as the project has fulfilled all its objectives. IEDC scheme assessment was a very important task which has been completed successfully by the RCI project team. The assessment study has been the dream of many people who are related with this scheme directly or indirectly across the country. Project team ultimately completed the big assignment because of direct and indirect support of a large number of professionals and experts in the field of disability. There is ample scope for the researchers to study further in detail and interpret more because we have gathered voluminous data. Research team has tried best to analyze and interpret data in limited period of time.

First of all I express my utmost thanks to late Shri Lal Advam, Chairman of the core committee, who had enriched us by his unstinting support during the course of the work and also by providing important inputs at crucial times. It was a great opportunity to assess the impact of the scheme under his supervision as he had conceptualized and prepared the IEDC scheme.

I want to express my sincere thanks to Shri 0. N Singh former Director, Dept. of Secondary & Higher Education, for extending his helping hands whenever it was required A plethora of thanks is due to Shri B. Anancf, Director of Integrated Education Dept. of Secondary & Higher Education  and Shri S. Prabhakaran Under Secretary along with the MHRD team for their continuous support.

We are thankful to the officials and educational administrators of Govt. organizations, Universities and Non-government organizations of the 18 states who have extended their helping hands towards RCI project team during the study. The state coordinators deserve special gratitude because they have performed their job perfectly.

Core committee Members and Resource Persons like Prof. P. Jayachandran Prof. Bina Shah Dr. Bhushan Punani Dr. Sanjay Kant Prasad & Dr. Manoj k. Dash have guided the project team by their vast knowledge and experience in the field of disability. I take this opportunity to express my indebt ness to the team of experts who have designed the schedules. All the staffs of RCI also deserve special mention for supporting the project team ungrudgingly whenever they asked for volunteering and sitting late in finishing the given tasks.Last but not the least thanks are due to the field investigators and monitors of the project who extended the desired co-operation in implementation of the

Dr. J P. Singh

Member Secretary & Principal Investigator

IEDC Impact Assessment Project


5. PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE

NATIONAL PROGRAMME ON ORIENTATION OF MEDICAL OFFICERS WORKING IN PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES TO DISABILITY MANAGEMENT :

Why the National Programme?

The Persons With Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995, passed by the Indian Parliament seeks, inter alia, to create a conducive environment in the country to facilitate equal participation of and giving an opportunity to the disabled to join the mainstream and contribute increasingly in the process of nation building. The act also prescribes in Chapter IV (d) to provide training to the staff in the Primary Health Centres (PHCs) to help create better service facilities in the country. The Primary Health Centre (PHCs) network in India is largely rural-based and it is the only structure within the health services delivery mechanism, which functions throughout the nook and corner of the country and has got necessary minimum infrastructure to provide various services for the people living in rural areas. Hence, the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) felt that sensitizing the Medical Officers working in the Primary Health Centre on some of the important aspects of disability prevention, early identification, intervention, referral and rehabilitation, valuable services could be rendered to the people of rural areas.

Launching and Implementation of the Programme

The programme was launched throughout the country on 30th July 1999. It s being implemented in two stages. In the first stage, Master Trainers including Medical and Rehabilitation Professionals are trained and in the second, the trained Master Trainers orient the Medical Officers to disability management. The Programme is implemented in various States of the country under the direct supervision of a State Implementation Committee (SICOM) constituted under the Chairmanship of the State Health Secretary or a Designated Officer. The Secretaries/ Representatives of the Departments of Welfare and Education are also included in the Committee to give the programme wider thrust. After the SICOM is formally constituted in a State, the State's Health Department issues letters to the District Medical Officers/ Civil Surgeons to depute the Medical Officers of the Primary Health Centre to participate in the programme. An Apex Co-ordination Committee is also constituted by the RCI to co-ordinate, monitor and evaluate programme implementation at the country level.

Normally, nine Medical and Rehabilitation Professionals participate in a Master Training batch and 20 Medical Officers participate in a Primary Health Centre Medical Officers' orientation batch. So far, 642 Master Trainers have been trained up to March 04. and 18,519 Primary Health Centre Medical Officers have been trained.

The programme is implemented by selected government and non-government agencies. These agencies have been selected to impart training because of their distinguished experience in delivery of disability/ rehabilitation services and also on the basis of possessing suitable infrastructure, faculty, laboratory, equipment, etc. The council is in the process of extending the programme to unrepresented states soon.

Strengthening of Institutional Training Capacity by Provision of Training Material

A Manual containing the prescribed curriculum by various experts on disability/ rehabilitation, an Information Booklet incorporating various relevant information like the structure, function, etc. of the RCI, concessions offered to the persons with disabilities by the Central Government, nodal agencies working in the field of disability, special employment exchanges, vocational rehabilitation centres etc., a list of organisations working in various areas of disability in different States/ Union Territories (UTs), a list of concessions offered by the concerned States/ UTs, Video Cassettes on various areas of disability have been provided by the RCI to help the training institutions provide better quality of training.

Expected Benefits of the Programme

The programme is expected to generate the following benefits in the short as well as in the long run.

  1. Large scale direct benefit of various services like prevention, early identification, referral, rehabilitation etc. to the rural populace as the Primary Health Centre largely cater to their need;
  2. Saving large sums of money in the long run for the National Exchequer as the Primary Health Centre Medical Officers will be able to prevent or identify any disability problem at an early stage, which would otherwise have required huge investments for rehabilitation of persons with disabilities;
  3. Increase in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as the disability prevalence or impact will be less;
  4. Decrease in the severity/ extent of disability in millions of cases;
  5. Wide and improved service network for the persons with disabilities even in the remotest corners of the country;
  6. Decrease in the magnitude of disabled population;
  7. Awareness creation among the health workers through the Primary Health Centre Medical Officers which will percolate to the lowest level as the lower level health workers function within the community;
  8. Larger social participation to prevent disability and also creation of a collective responsibility framework in the broad spectrum of the society;
  9. Social and economic empowerment of the persons with disabilities;
  10. Leadership building in the Primary Health Centre Medical Officers to help create better sensitization in the grassroots level which will ultimately ensure better implementation of the Persons With Disabilities Act, 1995;

Uniqueness of the Programme

This programme is first of its kind in the following aspects :

  1. First programme on disability aiming to cover all the Primary Health Centre of the country;
  2. First disability related programme launched and being implemented with the direct involvement of the State Health Secretary/ Health Department;
  3. First disability programme catering exclusively to the needs of the rural population; and
  4. First disability programme with a curriculum covering almost all the aspects disability coupled with field experience.

LIST OF INSTITUTIONS CONDUCTING Primary Health Centre TRAINING PROGRAMME

S.No. Name of Institution Name of Contact Person & Designation Phone & Fax E-mail
ANDHRA PRADESH
1 Thakur Hari Prasad Institute of Research & Rehabilitation for the Mentally Handicapped, Vivekananda Nagar,
Dilsukh Nagar,Hyderabad-500060
Prof. T. Revathy,
Director General
040-4044735
fax-4045292
Thpihyd@hotmail.com
2 Rural Project of Thakur Hari Prasad Institute of Research & Rehabilitation for the Mentally Handicapped, H.No 4/ 186, Lala Cheruvu, Rajahmundry-533106 Thakur Vijay Prasad,
Project Director
0883-448347
Fax-443356
-
ASSAM
3 Shishu Sarothi, Centre for Rehabilitation & Training for Multiple Disability,
Ramakrishna Mission Road, Birubari, Guwahati-781016
Mrs. Vrinda Crishna,
Director
0361-470990 (F)-PP
547395
shishu_sarothi@yahoo.com
BIHAR
4 J.M. Institute of Speech and Hearing, Indrapuri, P.O. Keshri Nagar,
Patna-800024
Mr. Manoj Kumar,
President
0612-264805
Fax-269396
-
5 Dept. of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Patna Medical College
Patna-800004
Dr. A.K. Verma,
Head of Dept
0612-670132
Res-670812
Clin-351992
Fax-669519
Ajitverma592@yahoo.com
CHANDIGARH
6 Government Medical College Hospital
State Research Centre cum Rehabilitation Centre
Chandigarh-160047
Prof. Raj Bahadur,
Nodel Officer
0172-608480, 665253
Fax-608488, 609360
-
DELHI
7 Deptt. of Rehabilitation,
Safdarjung Hospital
Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi
Dr. H.C. Goyal,
Consultant & Head
61614887(O)
3916060®
-
GOA
8 Indian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,
Goa
Dr. Dominic F.E. Menezes,
Secretary
0832-230250(O)
227652®
225465®
-
GUJARAT
9 Blind People's Association (India),
Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Road, Vastrapur
Ahmedabad-380015
Dr. Bhushan Punani,
Executive Director
079-6304070(O), 6305082(O)
Fax-6300106
Bpa@vsnl.com
10 Prerna Institute, 11, Krishna Kunj Society, Behind Shimahal Palace,
JatelPur Road, Vadodara-39007
Dr. Mayur N. Patel,
Director
0265-358134
Fax-359224
-
11 National Association for the Blind,
Bhavnagar, District Branch, Opp. New Filter, Vidyanagar, Bhavnagar - 364001
Mr. K.K. pandya,
Co-ordinator
0278-423917, 420836, 429326, 431150 (extn 305) Fax-431160 -
12 National Association for Blind,
Jamnagar
Dr. Bhushan Punani - -
HARYANA
13 Haryana Saket Council Saket Hospital,
Chandimandir-134107
Dr. C.S. Ramavat,
Chief Admn. Officer
0172-563724, 589561(O)
589509®
-
14 Red Cross Institute for the Mentally Handicapped Children, Gandhi Nagar, Rohtak-124001 H.R. Dhall,
Project Director
01262-43817(O)
45295®
Pankajparag@yahoo.com
JAMMU & KASHMIR
15 Director Health Services,
Old Secretariat Srinagar
Dr. Muzaffar Ahmed,
Director
0194-452052(O), 42719®
Fax-457303, 472958
-
KARNATAKA
16 All India Institute for Speech & Hearing,
Manasaganothri, Mysore - 570006
Dr. M.Jairam,
Director
0821-515448(O)
Fax-510515
Root@alish.ernet.in
17 National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS), P.B.2900, Bangalore-560029 Dr. T. Murli,
RCI Co-ordinator
Fax-091-080-6564830, 6562121 -
18 Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences,
Hubli-580022
Dr. V.N. Bindar 373348 -
KERALA
19 Central Institute of Mental Retardation,
Murinjapalam-695011, Medical College
P.O. Thiruvananthapuram
Rev. Fr. Thomas Felix,
Director
0471-445796(O), 441376(O)
fax-442918
-
20 Kerala Federation of the Blind,
Kunnukuzhi-695037, Thiruvananthapuram
Mr. Georgekutty Kareparampil,
Gen.Secretary
304993(O), 0471-304831(O)
fax-446859
-
MADHYA PRADESH
21 Deptt of PSM, Gandhi Medical College,
Bhopal
Dr. S.C. Tiwari
(Training Co-ordinator),
Prof. & Head
Fax-0755-541376, 540589(O), 540222(opd) Drsctiwari@hotmail.com
MAHARASHTRA
25 Ali Yavar Jung National Institute for the Hearing Handicapped, Bandra (W), Mumbai-400050 Dr. Nagaraja,
Director
022-6400215(O)
Telefax-6422638
Director@giasbmo1.vsnl.net.in
26 Ayodhya Charitable Trust, Vikas Nagar, Wanowadi Village Pune-411040 Prof. Dr. S.S.
Bhutada ,Chairman & Managing Trustee
Telfax-020-6812809, 6874460 Ramazini@man.inc.in
27 Health & Family Welfare Training Centre,
Nashik
- - -
28 Health & Family Welfare Training Centre,
Aurangabad
- - -
29 Public Health Institute, Nagpur - - -
MANIPUR
30 Dept. of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,
R.I.M.S Imphal
Dr. K. Wangjum,
Consultant
0385-310493(O), 223183®
fax-310625
-
MIZORAM
31 Director of Hospital and Medical Education,
Directorate of Health Services,
Govt. of Mizoram
AIZAWL
Dr. Jhon. M. Ralte,
Nodal Officer, (DHS)
0389-328062 -
MEGHALAYA
32 DRC, Dept. of Orthopaedic & Rehabilitation Civil Hospital,
Shillong - 793001
Dr. E.K. Singh,
Nodal Officer
0364 - 504572 -
NAGALAND
33 Directorate of Medical Services,
Govt. of Nagaland,
Kohima
Dr. Sashimeren Aier
Joint Director
91-370-228007®, 222626(O)
Fax-0370-242103
-
ORISSA
34 National Institute of Rehabilitation Training and Research Olatpur,
P.O. Bairoi Distt. Cuttuck - 754010
Dr. Dharmendra Kumar,
Dy. Director (tech)
Telefax-06724-55552 -
35 Santa Memorial Rehabilitaion Centre,
108-D, Master Canteen Building Station Square, UNIT-III Bhubaneshwer
Shri Ashok Hans 0674-506234
Fax-580020
-
36 Chetana Institute for the Mentally Handicapped, A/3, Nayapalli, Opp. Oberoi Hotel, P.O. RRL Campus, Bhubaneshwar Dr. N.C. Pati,
Gen. secretary
0674-3016754(O)
Fax-300649
jewelsinternational@yahoo.com
PUNJAB
37 Vocational Rehabilitation Training Centre for Blind, Habowal Road, Opp Kitchlu Nagar, Ludhiana -141001 Dr. E.M.Johnson,
Director & Consultant
471425(O)
Fax-0161-471642
Vrtc@satyam.net.in
RAJASTHAN
38 Rehabilitation Research & Limb Fitting Centre, SM.S Medical College Jaipur Dr. M.K. Mathur,
Director
0141-561905(O), 561903, 366111® -
39 R.N.T. Medical College, Chitak Circle Udaipur Dr. Ashok Gupta,
Prof. & Head
0294-523613, 523888 -
40 S.N. Medical College, Shastri Nagar, Jodhpur Dr. P.K. Gupta,
Prof. & Head
434374 -
41 J.L.N. Medical College Ajmer Dr. Anand Singhal,
Prof. & Head
625500 -
42 Govt. Medical College,
Kota
Dr. G.L. Verma,
Prof. & Head
470674, 450242(Hospital) ext.212
38898®
-
TRIPURA
43 96, Akhaura Road, P.O. Aagratala,
Tripura(w) 799001
Dr. M.K. Chakraborty,
Head of Dept.
0381-226288(O), 325887® -
TAMIL NADU
44 Sri Ramakrishna Vidyalaya College of Education, Coimbatore -641020 Dr. Muthaiah,
Principal
0422-892441(O)
8263085®
Srkvcoe@md3.vsnl.net.in
45 Spastic Society of Tamil Nadu,
Opp T.T.T.I., Taramani Road,
Chennai-600113
Mrs.Annie Shyam,
Director
044-2541651, 2541047, 2541133, Spastn@md2.vsnl.net.in
UTTAR PRADESH
46 Upgraded Department of Social & Preventive Medicine, King George's Medical College, Lucknow-226003 Dr. V.K. Srivastava,
Professor & Head
0522-257343(O), 222204®
fax-266025
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