A team of professors led by Prof Jung Dae Yong from the Changwon National University, Republic of Korea has carried out an observation at Purbanchal University. A team of four professors from the Changwon National University visited the Purbanchal University for monitoring the Special Needs Education course being run in the Bachelor’s level under the Faculty of Education of Purbanchal University.
The course if run with support from Changwon University. The team on Wednesday held discussion and interacted with the students studying the course. In course of the interaction, students had inquired about the need, opportunities and challenges of the Special Needs Education. In reply, the professors said that the Special Needs Education is useful for people with disabilities and the differently-abled students. They said there is high demand for it in South Korea. The Korean professors had asked the students about the course and the learning process at Purbanchal University.
They said that the students pursuing the Special Needs Education would get employment in private, public and government sector of Korea. A team under the leadership of Dean of the Faculty of Art, Education and Law, Purbanchal University, Prof Dr Anil Kumar Pokharel, comprising Planning Section Chief of the University, Dr Komal Dulal, Chief of Janata Adarsha Multiple Campus, Mahesh Prasad Niraula, among others held discussion with the team of Korean professors. They held discussion on various issues including how to make the Special Needs Education effective, providing scholarship to the meritorious students of Bachelor’s Degree to study Master Degree in Korea, said Campus Chief Niraula.
Janata Adarsha Multiple Campus, a constituent campus of the Purbanchal University, has started teaching Special Needs Education under Education Faculty from last year.