DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL SKILLS (PACKING) IN MILD INTELLECTUALLY IMPAIRED CHILDREN

Shaitan Ram Balai , Ramniwas

Abstract


The present study deals with the analysis of the data. The sample taken was a purposive sample to the develop the packing skills thourgh vocational training. The subjects taken was mild intellectually challenged students of Dashrath Manovikas Sansthan Sikar Rajastahn. The qualitative & quantitative analysis & interpretation of data were done on the basis of objectives of the research: It can be concluded that the overall skills (like gross motor, fine motor, social interaction, pre-vocational and task related skills are developed in the intellectually impaired chjld and the achievement of the child is near of 70% It can be also said that the social behavior in the intellectually impaired child is develop as well as vocational behaviors. It is observed that vocational training make the mentally retarded child self-dependent.


Keywords


Vocational Skills, Intellectual Disability

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