CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Inclusive Education & Understanding Children With Special Needs-Disadvantaged and Deprived Child Revision (Page 6 of 9)

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Who are called Deprived Children?

A deprived child is one who is

  1. Who is not under the shelter of parental care, love, and deprived of ethics, character and morale due to lack of education or love.
  2. Is given care by violating law and rules.
  3. Unaccepted by real parents or guardians.
  4. Deprived of love and care of a parent, guardian or custodian.

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Laws Relating to Deprived and Disadvantaged Sections

  • The deprived and disadvantaged sections of the society are that part of the society who cannot develop themselves fully, due to lack of love, family and proper environment due to which they are not able to surpass the cut-throat competition of society. For this, it is necessary that they are provided with proper love, care, education and surroundings.
  • The major drawback of this section is such children are involved in child labor. For this, steps have been taken by Government to cur

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Equalization of Educational Opportunities

  • The Indian society has history of five thousand years which is based strongly on traditions and values encouraged by many diversities as well as disparities, thereby discriminating between class, creed and genders.
  • However, to remove the disparities and discriminations, base is provided by our Constitution by
  1. Eliminating the differences on bases of religion, race, caste, sex, birth etc.
  2. Positively discriminating the disadvantaged sections by making special provisions and reservatio

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