The city government and MCD on Monday assured the Delhi High Court that specially-trained teachers would be appointed for differently-abled children in all primary schools across the Capital.
The court was informed that they were already in the process of being recruited. The government told the court that Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) had advertised for recruitment of 858 special educators to teach differently-abled children in its schools.
The board will begin receiving applications on October 24 and November 17 has been fixed as the last date.
MCD has also decided to recruit 1,790 special educators for its schools and requisition for the same would be sent to DSSSB after considering the UPSC's draft recruitment rules.