I am scripting this letter in response of the article your newspaper had printed on the topic of “children learn better with inclusive education” on the date of fourteenth of October,2017 at 7:15 IST by Patricia Mascarenhas which I read with keen interest but the sheer blemishes is a concern for me.Patricia Mascarenhas stated that ” The Right to Education (RTE) Act, introduced in 2012 allows children with special needs to pursue mainstream education” this act is a blessing to all those disabled children who don’t get a chance to study the standard education ,moreover this unites all of the children and creates no borders between them.However I’ am completely against this as not every parent is amped up for carrying their children with inabilities into the standard classroom setting.Also full mainstream education or inclusion isn’t generally the most ideal approach to address understudy issues research shows that students with the most severe disabilities benefit from placement in regular classrooms. In addition the second fact I have chosen is “If you check Ch 2 (2) of the RTE Act, it says that a child with ‘disability’, as defined by the Persons with Disability Act 1995 and the National Trust Act, has the right to free and compulsory education as per the provisions of Ch V of the PWD Act,” informs Pallavi Lotikar. Essentially this RTE demonstration of part 2 gives to each offspring of the age of six to fourteen years the privilege to free and obligatory instruction in an area school till the consummation of rudimentary training. Studies demonstrate that two out of ten youngsters aren’t ready to manage the cost of the essential education. So if these kids are getting free training in any event the neediness will be annihilated and the employment rates would increment in the long run .Isn’t this helpful for India?Further moving on with what evidence they can mention that “The main problem is that no one is aware or concerned about the provision for special kids”, said lotikar. There are more than 2,500 schools in India that take into account the necessities of kids with extraordinary needs and learning challenges, such as dyslexia, attention deficit disorder and cognitive disabilities. Endeavours are made to coordinate these children into the mainstream school environment. These schools are doing a great deed in distinguishing their necessities and supporting them battle against their inabilities. In addition to the statement mention by Mithu Alur, chairperson,ADAPT adding “that inclusive education does not refer only to children with special needs ,it is high quality education individualised to each child’s needs”. I totally concur with this as inclusive education does not just cook the requirements for unique children or those with incapacities it in facts respects the area in schools where there are, in age suitable ,normal classes and includes everybody in all parts of the life of the school.In my conclusion it basically influences both their school and group to acknowledge decent variety and consideration on a more extensive level.Accomplishment of Inclusive Education relies upon different variables, of which teacher is the most critical factor. For turning into an equipped and fruitful instructor, it is important to have required learning, skilled abilities, and a demeanour of coordinated effort .As a matter of fact what lotikar mentioned “Not much is known about inclusive education .They need to look at inclusive education training “which convinces me as studies have shown that the experience and concept of inclusive education is absolutely unclear.I feel that there needs to be a lot of work done in setting up counselling sessions and off the job training .Doubtlessly this line angers me that “many children not getting fair chance on inclusive education” this is because there are approximately 15000 children enrolled in inclusive schools accomplishing overall inclusion and support.There are many authorities that are working towards the issues that are faced in which they have reached success.Adding on one more line that irritates me is that “lack of adequate support from the authorities and the society which still views disability only on sympathetic grounds leads to insufficient opportunities for inclusion” as statistics represent that 80%of the children have abled to get opportunities for proper environment for education, also you can hardly argue that the society doesn’t hesitate in holding hands with the special need kids.