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Sk Agarwal has compiled and summarised a valid and reliable battery of tests. Conversations were held with assistant professor Rana and she critiqued the translation of the questionnaire forms and suggested modifications. The final form (CPM A, B, and academic) is shown in Table 1. Each questionnaire has a specific purpose.
The adaptive behaviour questionnaire  was administered to the class teacher of the identified children to rule out any differences in their adaptive behaviour. The adapted form was administered to CPM A (n=60) and CPM B (n=65). Adaptive behaviour questionnaire consist of two parts. The first part is to assess the problem behaviour, and the second part is to rate the description of behaviours like appropriate, socially unacceptable, socially inappropriate, self directed, or socially negligible. Children who scored above the cut off score of 12 were excluded from the sample as a score of 12 is suggestive of severely maladaptive behaviour.5. As blind spot is generally seen in the visual field of right eye, then it could be left/right bias or might be due to defective parallel processing of information.Another important function for vision is spatial orientation. We will have to see if there is a bias in the visual field of Kriyatej school students and this could be used as a criterion for the study. The arithmetic operations in CPM are different and the type of the matrix is different. The orientation may cause differences between them. We can use both orientation and Kriyatej school students for the study. However, it needs to be carefully studied how to match both the groups so that the two groups are matched and make a direct comparison.
In economics classes today, we predominantly conceptualise the world as alien. We generally examine the world in a monetary, financial, or fiscal framework. We apply insights we learn from class to the world. This is the second conceptualisation of the course which will be followed in the future.