Research & Publications

Research projects have been designed to increase and improve the quality of rehabilitation services. The projects are aimed at evolving service modules and diagnostic tests that can be used or replicated by other organisations. Modules for early identification and intervention of children with hearing impairment have been prepared and are on field trial.            

           System : The Academic Committee is constituted as required under the bye-laws of the Institute. The members are approved by the Executive Council of the Institute.  All the projects and academic activities of the Institute are placed before the Academic Committee, including request for extension of projects. The report of the completed projects are also examined by the Committee. 

COMPLETED PROJECTS DURING 2017-18                                                                          

i) Development of test of Reading Comprehension in Bengali        

                                       Principal Investigator               -  Mr. B.N.Rao

                                       Co-Investigators                     -  Mr. Indranil Chatterjee and Mr. Saikat Das

                                       Duration of the Project             -  One Year

                                       Date of Sanction                      -  23/10/2016

                                       Budgetary Provision                -  Rs.2.5 lakhs

                                       Expenditure                            -  Rs. 105330/-

Objectives of the Project –

(i) To select story based text and General text

(ii) To develop test questions

(iii) To develop scoring and interpretation strategies         

Progress of the project -   The test material has been developed in three levels for assessing children studying in Class I, II and III and between the age range from 6 to 9 years.  Test material in each level consist of test items for assessing paragraph reading in knowledge, understanding and application levels and sentence sequencing.  The developed test (TORCB) is being used for assessment of reading comprehension in Bengali for children with hearing impairment of age range of 6 to 9 years at regional centre, Kolkata and can be used by the Special Educators in West Bengal.

 

ii) Descriptive research on gynaecological problems of women with disabilities at CRC, Bhopal

                                       Principal Investigator               -  Dr. G.A. Joshi

                                       Duration of the Project             -  1 Year

                                       Date of Sanction                      -  29/10/2015

                                       Budgetary Provision                -  Rs. 40000/-

                                       Expenditure                            -  Rs.26526/-

 

Objectives of the Project – To study gynaecological problems of women with disabilities

Progress of the Project – It is found that the delayed menarche, menstrual problems, home deliveries, chornic health problems, poor access and poor compliance for medication were common among women with disabilities. Absence of women with visual impairment was conspicuous in the study. Despite repeated telephonic persuasion and reimbursement of conveyance, the poor participation indicates a disregard of women’s health issues among the women with disabilities and their caregivers.  This warrants an ethnic research (qualitative study) and steps to enhance awareness about women’s health.

 

iii) Incidence of Hearing Impairment in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim and Odisha

                                       Principal Investigator               -  Dr. Gauri Shankar Patil

                                       Co-Investigators                     -  Incharges of RCs & CRCs and HOD, Audiology

                                       Duration of the Project             -  6 months

                                       Date of Sanction                      -  21/10/2016

                                       Budgetary Provision                -  Rs. 2 Lakhs

                                       Expenditure                            -  Nil

Objectives of the Project – To determine incidence of hearing loss in the states of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim and Odisha with respect to gender, type of hearing loss, degree of hearing loss. To determine the various causes of hearing loss.

 Progress of the Project – (i) The proforma for data collection was validated (ii) The validated proforma was sent to all the co-investigators for data collection (iii) The data was collected at AYJNISHD, RC, Secunderabad and Janla (iv) It was found that incidence of hearing loss was more in (a) males than females (b) acquired hearing loss than congenital (c) sensorineural hearing loss than any other type and (d) profound than any other degree.  Further, ear discharge was found to be common cause for conductive hearing loss and presbycusis in elder population.

 

ONGOING PROJECTS DURING 2017-18 

i) Developing overall impact assessment tool of the cleft lip and palate, using ICF

                                       Principal Investigator               -  Mr. Sujoy Kumar Makar

                                       Co-investigators                      -  Ms. Arpita Chatterjee Shahi, Ms. Pamela Samaddar

                                       Duration of the Project             -  2 Years

                                       Date of Sanction                      -  22/09/2017

                                       Budgetary Provision                -  Rs. 25000/-

                                       Expenditure                            -  Nil

Objectives of the Project – To develop overall impact assessment tool of the cleft lip and palate, using ICF

Progress of the Project – Collection and editing of the questions was done

 

ii)) Profiles of Individual with Mental Retardation in Bhopal : A comparative study

                                       Principal Investigator                 -  Dr. Indra Bhushan Kumar

                                      Co-investigator                         -  Dr. G.A. Joshi

                                       Duration of the Project             -  3 Months

                                       Date of Sanction                      -  22/09/2017

                                       Budgetary Provision                -  Rs. 20000/-

                                       Expenditure                            -  Nil

Objectives of the Project – To analyse sociodemographic factors and to determine profiles of individual with intellectual disabilities.

Progress of the Project – Data collection is completed.

 

iii)) Personal hygiene habits among adolescents with intellectual disability at CRC, Bhopal

                                       Principal Investigator               -  Dr. G.A. Joshi

                                       Co-investigator                       -  Dr. Indra Bhushan Kumar

                                       Duration of the Project             -  6 Months

                                       Date of Sanction                      -  22/09/2017

                                       Budgetary Provision                -  Rs. 100000/-

                                       Expenditure                            -  Nil

Objectives of the Project – To measure the personal hygiene habits among adolescent with intellectual disability.

Progress of the Project – Research tool is developed for data collection.

 

DISSERTATIONS  DURING 2017-18 

                 Research is undertaken every year by the MASLP and M.Ed (HI) students for their dissertation as a part fulfilment of the course. The dissertation work in the area of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Special Education is being taken up by the students. During the year under report, 42 dissertations were submitted by the students. The titles of the dissertations along with students and guides names are given below.              

 

M.ASLP at AYJNISHD(D), Mumbai. RC, Kolkata and RC, Secunderabad

1. Assessment of Parental satisfaction for post cochlear implant services offered under ADIP (Revised 2014) Scheme in Mumbai  : A survey

Name of the Student :Mr. Yash Rajeev Huzurbazar      

Name of the Guide         :           Dr.  Rajeev Jalvi

 

2. Prevalence and risk factors for voice problems in traffic police personnel

Name of the Student :Ms. Ashwini Sangram Karle

Name of the Guide         :           Ms. Sadhana Relekar

 

3. Acoustical Analysis of vowels in Telugu among typically developing children and children with cochlear implant : A comparative study

Name of the Student       :           Ms. Saipriya M.

Name of the Guide         :           Dr. S. B. Ratna Kumar  

 

4. The effect of filtered Speech on speech identification performance of young Marathi normal hearing adults

Name of the Student :Ms. Prajkta Prafulla Patil

Name of the Guide         :           Dr. S. B. Ratna Kumar   

 

5. Gap Detection abilities in children with cochlear implantation under ADIP (Revised 2014) scheme : A comparative study between two devices

Name of the Student :Mr. Buddhabhushan Mukundrao Ramteke

Name of the Guide         :           Mr. Mohammad Shamim Ansari  

 

6. Awareness of various schemes of Govt. of India for Welfare of persons with Hearing Impairment among Audiologists and Speech and Language Pathologists and Special Educators :  A comparative study

Name of the Student :Mr. Abhijeet Ramesh Shinde       

Name of the Guide         :           Dr. Rajeev Jalvi

 

7. Normative voice data on selected parameters for young and old adults using VISI Pitch IV

Name of the Student :Ms. Vidushi Dhir

Name of the Guide         :           Ms. Sadhana Relekar

 

8. Comparison of Aided Thresholds as a Function of Stimulus in Children with Cochlear Implant under Monaural and Bimodal Listening Conditions

Name of the Student       :           Ms. Vishakha Maurya

Name of the Guide         :           Dr. S. B. Ratna Kumar

 

9. Effect of SISI and OASES assessment protocol on therapy outcomes in teenagers who stutter

Name of the Student :Ms. Shagufta Nisar Ahmed Shah 

Name of the Guide         :           Dr. Anjali Kant

 

10. Effects of traditional and ICF-CY framework based assessment on therapy outcomes in teenagers with specific learning disability

Name of the Student :Ms. Anushka Patni

Name of the Guide         :           Dr. Anjali Kant

 

11. Correlation of subjective and objective voice parameters in children with vocal cord nodules

Name of the Student :Ms. Hetal Sandeep Parekh         

Name of the Guide :Dr. Arun Banik

           

12. Speech Language and Auditory outcomes of Cochlear Implant recipients as a function of age at implantation

Name of the Student :Ms. Leena Vijay Gengaje

Name of the Guide :Dr. Anjali Kant

 

13. Comparison of various aspects of pragmatic language skills in male and female adults with spastic cerebral palsy

Name of the Student :Ms. Shruti Shailesh Kamble

Name of the Guide :Dr. Arun Banik

 

14. Test retest reliability of transient evoked oto-acoustic emissions in infants

Name of the Student :Ms.

Name of the Guide :Mr. B. Srinivasa Rao

 

15. English syntactic competency in writing of deaf individuals

Name of the Student :Ms.

Name of the Guide :DR. G.S. Patil

 

16. Spoken word frequency in Hindi language: a preliminary database for psycholinguistic studies

Name of the Student :Mr.

Name of the Guide :DR. G.S. Patil

 

17. Assessing music listening abilities in hearing aid users : a questionnaire based study

Name of the Student :Mr.

Name of the Guide :Mrs. Aparna Ravichandran

 

18. Acoustic analysis of stops, fricatives and affricates of cochlear implant and normal hearing children

Name of the Student :Ms. Madishetty Harisha

Name of the Guide :DR. G.S. Patil

 

19. Impact of age of implantation on speech intelligibility of cochlear implat children

Name of the Student :Mr.

Name of the Guide :DR. G.S. Patil

 

20 Pre and post hemodialysis effects on hearing in patients with chronic renal disease

Name of the Student :Ms. Syeda

Name of the Guide :Mr. B. Srinivasa Rao

 

21. Efficacy of video tutorial in educating parents regarding new born hearing screening

Name of the Student :Ms.

Name of the Guide :Mr. B. Srinivasa Rao

 

22. Awareness of speech and language disorders in school teachers

Name of the Student :Ms. Eppa Vishala

Name of the Guide :Mr. G.V.M Hari Prasad

 

23. Transadaptation and standardization of tinnitus primary function questionnaire in Hindi

Name of the Student :Ms.

Name of the Guide :Mrs. Aparna Ravichandran

 

24. Test retest reliability of in-situ thresholds obtained using ear-tip and ear-mould

Name of the Student :Ms. Nehasish Sahu

Name of the Guide :Mr. B. Srinivasa Rao

 

25. Awareness about ear and hearing health among general public of Manipur

Name of the Student :Ms.

Name of the Guide :Mr. B. Srinivasa Rao

 

26. Effect of vocal warm-up exercises on radio jockeys voice quality

Name of the Student :Ms. Cherukuri Amani

Name of the Guide :Mr. G.V.M Hari Prasad

 

27. The effects of aging on acoustic parameters of voice

Name of the Student :Mr.

Name of the Guide :Mr. G.V.M Hari Prasad

 

28. Real world assessment of auditory localization abilities in persons with hearing impairment using various hearing aids

Name of the Student :Mr. Burri

Name of the Guide :Mrs. Aparna Ravichandran

 

29. Effect of Earmold Fittings on Hearing Aid Benefit in Individuals with Gradually Sloping Hearing Loss

Name of the Student :Ms.Dipti Pragyan Samantaray

Name of the Guide         :           Mr. Palash Dutta

Name of the Co-Guide    :           Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

 

30. Impact of Directionality and Noise Cancellation on Acceptable Noise Level of Hearing Aid Users

Name of the Student :Mr. Avinash Shankar

Name of the Guide         :           Mr. Palash Dutta

Name of the Co-Guide    :           Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

 

31. A Comparative Study Between Nasal View and Nasometric Parameters on Nasalence Measures in Gurumukhi Language Speakers

Name of the Student :Mr. Suresh Prasad Sharma

Name of the Guide         :           Mr. Himanshu Kumar

Name of the Co-Guide    :           Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

 

32. Transadaptation and Validation of Voice Handicap Index (VHI) in Bangla

Name of the Student:Ms. Sayantani Mukherjee

Name of the Guide         :           Mr. Bibhu Prasad Hota

Name of the Co-Guide    :           Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

 

33. A Comparative Study of Bengali Phonemic Awareness in Children with Cochlear Implantation and Hearing Aid Users

Name of the Student :Mr.Amit Majumder

Name of the Guide         :           Mrs. Mita Sarkar

Name of the Co-Guide    :           Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

 

34. Effect of Swallowing on Electroglottographic Parameters

Name of the Student :Mr. SamriddhaKumar

Name of the Guide :Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

Name of the Co-Guide    :           Mrs.Arpita Chatterjee Shahi

 

35. A Comparative Study of Mean Length of Utterances (MLU) Among Children With Normal Hearing and Hearing Impairment using Hearing Aid and Cochlear Implant

Name of the Student :Ms.Priyanjita Sen

Name of the Guide:Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

Name of the Co-Guide :Mrs. Pamela Samaddar

 

36. Comparative Study Among Hindustani Classical Singers, Untrained Singers and Non-singers Through Cepstral Analysis

Name of the Student :Ms. Sujata Mulia

Name of the Guide         :           Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

Name of the Co-Guide :Mr. Sujoy Kumar Makar

 

37. Electroglottographic  Estimates on Different Phases of Menstrual Cycle: A Comparative Study

Name of the Student :Ms.Sudipa Bera

Name of the Guide :Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

Name of the Co-Guide    :           Mrs.Arpita Chatterjee Shahi

 

38. A Comparative Study of Cepstral Measures between Primary School Teachers and Non-Vocal Professionals

Name of the Student :Mr. Aditya Sarkar

Name of the Guide         :           Mrs. Mita Sarkar

Name of the Co-Guide :Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

 

39. Transadaptation and Validation of Parents Evaluation of Aural/Oral Performance of Children and Ease of Listening Plus (Peach +) Scale in Bangla

Name of the Student       :           Ms. Shatakshi

Name of the Guide         :           Mr. Himanshu Kumar

Name of the Co-Guide :Mr. Indranil Chatterjee

 

M.Ed. (HI) – AYJNISHD(D), MUMBAI

1. Universal design for learning : teachers’ perspectives about pedagogical practices

Name of the Student       :           Ms. Kimnei Hangshing

Name of the Guide : Dr. Varsha Gathoo

 

2. Relational trust of parents with the special and mainstream schools : A comparative study

Name of the Student :Sr. Lucy C.P.

Name of the Guide :Dr. Suni M. Mathew

 

3. Teacher’s perception of social behavior of students with hearing impairment studying in different educational setups

Name of the Student :Ms. Swati Sharma         

Name of the Guide :Dr. Raju Arakh

 

PUBLICATIONS DURING 2017-18                                                                           

International Journals

  1. Chatterjee, I., Hembram, R., Chatterjee, A., & Sinha, A.K. (2017). Effect of Different Position of the Head on Tympanometry Results: An Exploratory Study. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery, Vol.25, No.1 (April), PP. 34-37.
  2. Dutta, P., Chatterjee, I., Makar, S. K. & Chatterjee, A. (2017).Development and Standardization of Tinnitus Handicap Inventory in Bangla. Asia Pacific Journal of Research.Vol.1, Issue LII, June (ISSN-P- 2320-5504, ISSN-O-2347-4793), PP.10-23.
  3. Kumar, G. H.,Mandal, J. C.,Kabra, S.,& Priyadarshini, K. (2017). A study of change in nasalance scores - pre fitting and Post fitting of hearing aids in adults with sensorineural Hearing loss. Asia pacific Journal of research.Vol – 1, (134-144).
  4. Kumar, K., & Mandal, J. C. (2017). Study of differences Among recommended manufacturer first fit and two generic Prescriptive methods using different multi channel hearing Aids.Asia pacific Journal of research.Vol – 1, (1-15).
  5. Kumar, S., Kumar, H., Chatterjee, I., Hota, B.P., & Kumari, A. (June, 2017). Transadaptation and Validation of Tinnitus Functional Index in Bengali, IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS, e-ISSN: 22790853, p-ISSN: 22790861). Vol.16, Issue.6, Ver. II, pp 36
  6. Mandal, J. C.,Chatterjee, I., Makar, S. K.,& Khemka, S. (2017). Development and standardization of tinnitus severity index Questionnaire (tsiq) in bangla.  Asia pacific Journal of research. Vol – 1, (78-85).
  7. Dutta, P., Das, S., Bera, S., Haque, F., & Satapathay, S. (2017). Development of checklist for mild to moderate hearing loss in school children. International Journal of applied research, 3(8),109-111.
  8. Aich, D. K., & Nanda, B. P. (2017). Teacher’s Efficacy for Inclusive Practices in Special Schools in West Bengal. Chronicle of Humanities and Cultural Studies, 3(4), 13-23.
  9. Aich, D. K., & Nanda, B. P. (2017). Teacher’s Job Satisfaction in Inclusive schools in West Bengal. Quest Multidisciplinary Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(2), 1-27.                                    
  10. Aich, D. K., & Nanda, B. P. (2017). Efficacy for Inclusive Practices of Teachers in Inclusive Schools in West Bengal. RENOVA, 3(1), 131-145.
  11. Verma, H., Solanki, P., Kumar, A., & Sinha, A. (2018) Perceiving Facial and Vocal Expressions of Emotions in Individuals with Down’s syndrome. Accepted for publication in International Journal of Mind, Brain and Cognition Vol.9, No.1-2, Jan-Dec 2018.
  12. Kant, A., & Banik, A. (2017). Analysis of post implantation speech recognition abilities of children with hearing impairment using cochlear implants, International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, Jul 3(3): 585-591.
  13. Poothullil,  M.M., & Manukonda Rabindranath (2017), Digital Inclusion for Access to Information: A Study on Banking and Financial Institutions in India, SAGE Open, International Publishers, July-September 2017, New Delhi, India. DOI:10.1177/2158244017720479
  14. Poothullil, M.M., & Jerry Joseph (2017) Patterns in the Representation of Social and Religious Issues in Social Media, International Communication Association Asia Regional Conference- Communications Research in Digital Age- Book of Abstracts, SNDT University, Mumbai, India. ISBN:9365/2017/A
  15. Sridevi, K. (2017) ‘Awareness of right to education act 2009 among the parents of school aged children at Telangana state - Analytical Study”, International Journal of Current Research, Vol 9, No: 9, PP. 58993-58997.
  16. Joshi, P.G., & Joshi G.A. (2017). Prevalence, clinical presentation and complications of diabetes mellitus in obstetric patients attending a medical college hospital. International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology 2017;6:4028-34.
  17. Joshi, P.G., Joshi G.A., Jain, S., & Dubey, V. (2017). Nutritional status of pregnant women reporting at rural health centre. International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology 2017;6:3846-49.
  18. Kant, A., & Banik, A. (2017). Analysis of post implantation speech recognition abilities of children with hearing impairment using cochlear implants. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery Kant AR et al. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology Head Neck Surgery. 2017 Jul;3(3):585-591 http://www.ijorl.com. pISSN 2454-5929 | eISSN 2454-5937

 

National Journals

19. Kumar, H., (2017).Parental perception of Auditory Behavior in Children with Cochlear Implant under ADIP Scheme. AYJNISHD-Journal of cochlear implant, volume 1, 12-19.August 2017.

20. Poothullil, M.M., Sagar Bhalerao, Jerry Joseph, & Amrin Moger (2017), Accessibility of Digital Libraries in India for 'Divyangs' (Persons with Disabilities) the Challenges and Solutions in Education and Dissemination of Information, ‘Jan Sanchar   Vimarsh’, A Bi-Lingual Media Research Journal of IIMC, Isshan Arts Production, New Delhi, India. ISSN: 2277-3932

21. Kumar, S.,Kumar, H., Chatterjee, I., Hota, B.P., & Kumari, A. (2017). Transadaptation and Standardization of Tinnitus Functional Index in Bengali. Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences 16(6):36-44 · June 2017.

22. Aich, D. K., & Mathew, S. M. (2016). Educational Concerns of Students with Hearing Impairment in Secondary and Higher Secondary Classes in Mumbai. Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development, 27(4), 55-75.

23. Verma, H., Solanki, P., Kumar, A., & Sinha, A. (2019) Efficacy of Morphological Awareness in Comparison to Phonological Awareness in Identifying Children at Risk of SLD. Accepted for publication in Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics Vol.45, No.1-2, Jan-Dec 2019.

24. Rawal S., Kant, A., Ansari, S., et al. (2018). Use of metacognitive strategies in the speech and language intervention of Marathi speaking individuals with cleft of lip and palate. Journal of     Cleft  Lip Palate and Craniofacial Anomalies; vol. 5 (I) Jan-June, 2018.

25. Ghosh, D.,& Kant, A. (2017). Use of ICF based tools in the assessment of communicative performance, and select domains under activity limitation and participation restriction in cochlear implantees and age matched normal hearing peers, Cochlear Implant Journal of AYJNISHD(D), vol.1.

26. Kant, A., & Banik, A. (2017). The Use of Lexical Neighborhood Test (LNT) in the Assessment of Speech Recognition Performance of Cochlear Implantees with Normal and Malformed Cochlea’, Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, 2017, DOI:10.1007/s12070-017-1142-1.

27. Poothullil, M.M., & Nupur Karam (2017), A Study on the Effects of Hyper-masculinity Depictions in Television Commercials on College Students, Media Research and Communication Studies Journal (MRCSJ), Department of Mass Media, K.C. College, Vol. V, Feb. 2018, Mumbai, India, ISSN:2394-7594

28. Verma, H., Janaki, B., Ravichandran, A., & Prakash, S.S. (2017) The Teacher Education Perspective of Experience Special Educators and upcoming educators on teaching special needs Children. Journal of Teacher Education and Research, Vol.12 (2), Pp.114-126.

29. Prakash, S.S., Gupta, A., Saha, A. &Boro, S. R. (2018) “Assessment of School Readiness – A Comparative Study between Children using Cochlear Implant and Children using Hearing Aids” Proceeding NCED Conference,Lucknow.

30. Sankalp. K., Himanshu. V., Bhanu, S., & Ravichandran, A. (2018) Reason behind Low adoption rate of Hearing aid among geriatric population, Prathibha, 1(38), pp155 -160. (ISSN: 0974-522X)

31. Kishore, M., & Banik, A. (2018). Correlation of Reading Comprehension and Achievement in Computer Education of Persons with Hearing Impairment. Mizoram Educational Journal Vol. III Issue 2, Aizal (Mizoram), India.

32. Ravali, M., & Banik, A. (2018). Phonological processes in children with hearing impairment using hearing aids and cochlear implants. Paper presented in 50th Annual Conference of Indian Speech and Hearing Association, 5-7thJanuary 2018, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH), Mysore (Karnataka), India.

33. Suvankar, P., Abhishekh, P., & Banik, A. (2018).  Prevalence of voice problems among Hawkers in Mumbai. Paper presented in 50th Indian Speech and Hearing Conference, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore, 5-7 January 2018.

34. Banik, A., Gopika, K., et al. (2018). Rate of Speech in Indian Languages.  Paper presented in 50th Indian Speech and Hearing Conference, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore, 5-7 January 2018.

35. Kumar, D. N., and Kumar, A.(2017). Human Resource Department in Disability Rehabilitation Field-New Challenges & Issues to make the right real for Persons with Disabilities. Edulight journal, 6(12),29-34.

 

Books

36. Aich, D. K. (2018). Parent Infant Programme for Children with Hearing Impairment: School Readiness for Inclusive Education. Understanding Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Poverty Alleviation Programme (31-40). Kolkata: CDC Printers Private Limited.

37. Poothullil M.M. (2017), Glocalization in the Language of Advertisements of Fast Moving Consumer Goods and Services in Newspaper Dailies in Mumbai, Glocalization - Media Beyond Borders, Edition: 1st, Publisher: Excel India Publishers, Mumbai, India. ISBN:978-93 86256-97-3

38. Poothullil, M.M., Sagar Bhalerao, Sunder Rajdeep, & Amrin Moger (2017), Glocalized vs Localized Fast Food: Preferences of Youth in Mumbai, Glocalization - Media Beyond Borders, Edition: 1st, Publisher: Excel India Publishers, Mumbai, India. ISBN:978-93 86256-97-3

39. Sridevi, K.(2017) Inclusive educational practices, Hyderabad: Neel Kamal Publishers, ISBN 978-81-933647-3-4-1

40. Verma, H., Janaki, B., Harisha, M., & Ravichandran, A.(2017) “Acceptance of SLP’s role by Special Educators in Inclusive education setup” in Perspectives in Education.

41. Sridevi, K.(2017) Early childhood Care and Education, Hyderabad: Neel Kamal Publishers , ISBN no.978—93-86725-60-8

42. Naik, V., Prakash, S.S., & Sridevi, K. (2018) Inclusive education: challenges faced by the resource teachers of Andhra Pradesh. Persons with disabilities; perspectives, problems and protection, Vishakapatnam: Prudhvi Publishers, Vol 1, pp. 47.

43. Suryaprakash, B., & Sridevi, K. (2018) Attitudes of parents of children with disabilities towards inclusive education at Hyderabad District. Persons with disabilities; perspectives, problems and protection, Vishakapatnam: Prudhvi Publishers, Vol 1, pp. 50

44. Ravichandran, A., & Prakash, S.S. (2018) “Cochlear Implantation - Benefits and shortcomings as reported by Parents” in Break Barriers and open doors for inclusive education, Hyderabad: Jayam Publications,ISBN: 978-93-85108-20-4, 2017

45. Sridevi, K. (2018) “Awareness of accessible environment for children with special needs among the teachers working in Inclusive schools” in Break Barriers and open doors for inclusive education, Hyderabad: Jayam Publications,ISBN: 978-93-85108-20-4, 2017

46. Prakash, S.S. (2017) “Integrated Education for gender equality for Normal D.Ed. II year” Hyderabad, Telugu Academy.

47. Ravichandran, A.,Madhavi, V., Aruna, J., & Prakash, S.S. (2018) - Intervention and teaching strategies - Course material for B.Ed SEHI C 14”, Hyderabad, B.R.Amberdkar Open University Publications.

48. Sridevi, K. (2018) – Inclusive Education - Course material for B.Ed SEHI”, Hyderabad, B.R. Ambedkar Open University Publications.

 

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