Department of Special Education

Department of Special Education

In a knowledge-centric society, the cornerstone of gaining a competitive edge lies in education. Our teachers, who shape the course of our present and future, bear the vital responsibility of imparting this knowledge.

The Department of Special Education holds a pivotal role in this educational endeavor. Our objective is to not only provide theoretical knowledge but also emphasize its practical application of, instilling moral values in our students. We believe in strengthening our social fabric through a comprehensive approach to education.

With a keen eye on the changing global landscape, we are committed to embracing globalization, privatization, and liberalization in education. These forces serve as catalysts for promoting world peace, fostering a sense of brotherhood on a global scale, and contributing to the overall welfare of humanity, in line with the timeless wisdom of “Vasudev Kutumbkam.”’

Furthermore, MJRP University is one of the few private universities in Rajasthan, running courses accredited by the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI). The department’s affiliation is a mark of our dedication to providing top-notch education in special needs. It reflects our commitment to national standards, and is a testament to adherence to quality while aiming at the holistic development of professionals in the field of special education.

History of the Department

The Department of Special Education has a remarkable and transformative history, originating from a compassionate vision to address the unique needs of individuals with diverse abilities. Established in 2009, the department has pioneered the way in providing specialized education, training future educators and support to empower those with exceptionalities.

The department’s inception was a response to the pressing need for inclusive and equitable education for individuals with various abilities. Initially founded by a group of visionary educators, advocates, and parents, the department aimed to break barriers and promote inclusivity within educational frameworks.

Over the years, the department has witnessed exponential growth and development, attracting dedicated faculty members who are passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of individuals with diverse abilities. These committed professionals have played a pivotal role in shaping the department’s ethos of empathy, understanding, and excellence. 


Our vision is to empower educators, professionals, and advocates who are dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with diverse abilities through transformative education, research, and community engagement.


  • To provide exceptional and specialized education that equips future educators with the knowledge, skills, and empathetic understanding needed to effectively support individuals with diverse abilities in various educational settings. 
  • To conduct pioneering research in the field of special education, focusing on evidence-based practices, innovative methodologies, and the development of resources that enhance learning outcomes and quality of life for individuals with diverse abilities.
  • To advocate for and actively promote inclusive educational practices, policies, and programs that foster a sense of belonging, respect, and equal opportunities for all individuals, regardless of their abilities.
  • To actively engage with local and global communities, partnering with organizations, schools, and advocacy groups to raise awareness, provide resources, and create collaborative initiatives that advance the understanding and inclusion of individuals with diverse abilities. 
S. No. Name of Course Eligiblity Duration
1. M.Phil. in Clinical Psychology M.A./M.Sc. in Psychology with 55% Marks (Through Entrance Exam) 2 Yrs.
2. M.Phil. in Rehabilitation Psychology M.A./M.Sc. in Psychology with 55% Marks (Through Entrance Exam) 2 Yrs.
3. Integrated B.Ed.-M.Ed. ID (Special Education) Graduation in any stream with 50% Marks 3 Yrs.
4. Integrated B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. -B.Ed. (Special Education) 12th with 50% Marks 4 Yrs.
5. B.Ed.-(VI/HI/LD) (Special Education) Graduation in any stream with 50% Marks 2 Yrs.
6. PG Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology (PGDRP) B.A./B.Sc./M.A./M.Sc. in Psychology with 55% Marks 1 Yrs.
7. D.Ed. (Intellectual Disability)(ID) 12th with 50% Marks (Through RCI Entrance Exam) 2 Yrs.
8. D.Ed. (Visual Impairment)(VI) 12th with 50% Marks (Through RCI Entrance Exam) 2 Yrs.
9. Advance Diploma in Child Guidance & Counselling (ADCGC) M.A./M.Sc. Psychology/ MSW/M.Ed. With 55% Marks 1 Yrs.
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