"This book deals with the educational status of the different social groups like
scheduled castes and tribes, differently abled children, minorities, women, third gender,
refugees etc. who have along history of educational exclusion. It discusses how
educational inclusion have taken place during all these years due to the affirmative
actions taken by the government in the form of policies and programmes.
The role and responsibilities of teachers and the strategies adopted by them in the
classroom for educational inclusion are in focus. The book provides a reader a synoptic
view about educational inclusion of these social groups. It may be found useful by all the
stake holders in the subject."