Learning Centre

The Vigyan Valley Learning Centre welcomes students with learning disabilities, and is committed to respond appropriately and effectively to their learning needs. The Centre is dedicated to taking all practical steps to ensure that students with learning disabilities can pursue their studies at Foundation (VII & VIII) Secondary (IX & X) and Senior Secondary (XI & XII) level without any disadvantage. Our students are encouraged to make full use of various academic and support services on offer.

At our Centre, we take pride in understanding the learning and behaviour needs of your child. We understand that ordinary schools often do not understand and meet the diverse needs of your child. And we certainly appreciate the need to restructure and reorganize what and how we teach so that your child learns efficiently and effectively with us!

And, what’s more, we understand that when your child has a need to leave his or her present school, they should come to a place for learning that offers more than the school your child has left behind – a learning centre that provides:

  • an opportunity to learn the foundationsecondary and senior secondary curriculum of the National Institute of Open Schooling
  • an array of exciting curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities
  • a student-friendly classroom environment that supports their learning and behaviour needs
  • teaching practices that meet the best practices and standards in special education, especially in teaching students with learning disabilities
  • a team of proactive and multipurpose educators with dual certification or training in general and special education


At Secondary Level (Class IX & X)
  • English
  • Data Entry Operations
  • Home Science
  • Business Studies
  • Science & Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Painting
At Senior Secondary Level (Class XI & XII)
  • English
  • Data Entry Operations
  • Home Science
  • Business Studies
  • Mass Communication
  • Computer Science
  • Accountancy
  • Painting
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Assessment and Intervention Clinic

The Vigyan Valley Clinic

Our clinic offers comprehensive assessment of special educational and behavioural needs of children with learning disabilities or suspected of having learning disabilities.

Using assessment tools that are specially designed to evaluate the various difficulties experienced by children with learning disabilities, a comprehensive evaluation report, statement of special education needs, and an outline of the educational intervention plan is provided to parents and teachers of the child evaluated at our clinic.

Assessment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders is an additional focus area of our clinic.

Our clinic has a team of professionals who have a number of years of diverse experiences in evaluating and teaching children with learning disabilities and autism.

Chief Consultant

Ajit Moorkoth

Ph.D. in Disability Studies Research Scholar

M.Phil., M.Ed.Spl.Edn.(Australia)., M.Sc.Psy., BMR (NIMH)

With over twenty years of experience in disability rehabilitation and special education, and a diverse range of experience in hospital, rehabilitation centre, regular school, special school, and early intervention setting, both in India and Australia, Ajit Moorkoth is our Clinic’s Chief Consultant for assessment and intervention programs. A rehabilitation practitioner, professional special educator, and a psychologist, Ajit’s disability-specific specializations include:

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Behaviour Disabilities
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Dual Sensory Impairments (deaf blindness)
  • At-Risk Babies & Infants


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College of Disability Studies

The prevalence of people with disabilities in India is estimated to increase significantly. Changing demography, increasing disabling conditions, and enhanced longevity due to recent advances in medical technology and care all lead to this increase. The Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) estimates that by the end of the year 2016, the number will increase up to 2 crore, 29 lakh. It means that almost every year one lakh persons with disability will add to our population.

A major constraint in expanding the rehabilitation services in India is the lack of trained manpower to offer services to people with disabilities. According to RCI, during the year 2007, the rehabilitation sector faced a shortage of about 1.9 lakh trained personnel under different categories. By the end of the 12th Plan, the shortage of human resources will still be to the tune of 1, 04, 531!

The Foundation Course in the Education of Children with Learning Disabilities (FCECLD) of the Rehabilitation Council of India was offered by us until the RCI stopped the course nationwide since March 2013.

An application to offer the B.Ed. in Special Education (Learning Disability) was been made to the RCI and also to the MG University in Kottayam for approval; no further processing of our application was done by both bodies for want of 2 acres of land and an NOC from the Government of Kerala to start the course!

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