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National Conference on Inclusive Education

National Conference on Inclusive Education

Save the Date: National Conference on Inclusive Education
“Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder”
Join us for a transformative day of insights and discussions at the National Conference on Inclusive Education, where we explore the crucial theme of nurturing an inclusive learning environment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Date: 16th September, 2023 (Saturday)
Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Venue: Bougainvilla, Tripureshwor

Objective of the conference:
• Sensitization: Create awareness about inclusive education for children with Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities.
• Skill Enhancement: Develop autism-friendly environments and support systems within schools by providing enhanced knowledge and skills to educators.
• Opportunity Expansion: Increase inclusive education options for children with Autism in Nepal, promoting a more inclusive and empowering education system.

Proposed Title for presentation during the Conference:

  1. Scenario of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Nepal- Need vs Reality
  2. Role of ACNS to enhance Inclusive Education in Nepal (Parents and Child Training
    Program, Teachers Training, Diploma in Special Education)
  3. Importance of Inclusive Education in Nepal- UNCRPD and SDG
  4. Role of Parents for Inclusive education in Nepal
  5. Hands on skills for handling children with autism in Mainstream school
  6. Best practices of Inclusive Education (Importance of early intervention and foundation
    skills for inclusion)
  7. ICT for Children with Autism to enhance Inclusive education
  8. Poster Presentation: To enhance ASD in Inclusive Education


Dr. Sunita Maleku Amatya


Dr. Merina Shrestha

Pediatrician, Teaching Hospital

Dr. Rena Shrestha

Clinical Psychologist (Phd.), La Trobe University, Australia

Dr. Birendra Raj Pokharel

Country Director, Abilis Foundation

Dr. Kamal Pokharel

Executive Member

Er. Sachin Shrestha

Executive Member

Prof. Suzanne Carrington

Assistant Dean (Research), Faculty of Education, QUT

PT. Surendra Bajracharya

Chief Administrator, ACNS

Ms. Kripa Shrestha,

Special Educator and Parent and Child Trainer, ACNS

Ms. Sijan Shakya

Special Education and Training Coordinator

Ms. Manju Maharjan

Special Educator, ACNS

Ms. Dhanusta Subba

Parent and Child Trainer, ACNS

Mr. Sushil Man Singh Pradhan

CEO, Self Help Group of Cerebral Palsy

Participants list:

  • Government Stakeholders: MOE, MOHP, MOWCSC, EDCD, LCDMS, CEHRD,
    Inclusive Education Department, Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Lalitpur Metropolitan
    City, Bhaktapur Metropolitan City, Godawari Municipality, Buddhanilkanth
    Municipality, Mahalaxmi Municipality, Kirtipur Municipality, Chandragiri Municiplaity
  • INGOs: WHO, CBM, USAID, UNICEF, VSO, HI, World Education, World Vision
  • Federations: NFDN, NDFN, PFPID,
  • OPDs: All OPDs
  • Schools:
  • Parents

1 thought on “National Conference on Inclusive Education”

  1. In Nepal, promoting inclusive education for children with Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities involves a multi-faceted approach. Sensitization efforts aim to create awareness and understanding, while skill enhancement equips educators to create autism-friendly environments in schools. By expanding opportunities for inclusive education, Nepal strives to build a more empowering and inclusive education system, ensuring that every child, regardless of their unique needs, has the chance to thrive in a supportive learning environment.

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