Amar Jyoti Rehabilitation & Research Centre

Names of Monitoring Committee

(Under Directorate of Health Services, Govt. of NCT Delhi)


As per the orders of the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi vide its judgment dated 22.3.2002, it is obligatory on the part of Amar Jyoti Rehabilitation & Research centre, a Day Care Centre only, to provide the following :

i)                    To provide 10% IPD and 25% OPD services, completely free of any charges to the eligible patients of EWS category.

ii)                  Following are the details of the monitoring committee :


1.       Dr. Subodh Kumar Sharma               Chairman                     22309220

Director Health Services


2.      Dr. R.N. Das,                                      Member                       22307133

M.O. I/C Nursing Home Cell                                                 8745011340


3.      Sh. Ashok Agarwal, Advocate,          Member                       9811101923

Delhi High Court


4.      Medical Supdt. Or                              Member                       23966021

his representative

St.Stephen’s hospital,

Tis Hazari, Delhi


5.      Dr. A.K. Dewan,                                Member                       9818205248

Medical Supdt.                      

Amar Jyoti Rehabilitation

& Research Centre



iii)                 Current status of Beds in the Hospital :


Sanctioned Free Beds                               Available Beds


                  2                                                          2






Medical care and rehabilitative services are provided on the premises. A total of 28 specialists in honorary capacity visit the OPD Clinic to provide preventive, curative and rehabilitative services not only to the school children in the premises but also patients from the communities and people from economically weaker sections of the society free of cost or at subsidized rates The Therapeutic Units, X-ray facilities, Operation Theatre, Pathology Lab and regular OPD attend to almost 40,000 patients in a year. 

Department of Prosthetics & Orthotics

It provides appropriate and comfortable mobility aids to persons with disabilities to enable them to get back to their normal activities under the ADIP Scheme of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India. The Government provides financial assistance to give mobility aids to persons with disabilities in camps and at our workshop. In addition, for children below 18 years of age, Amar Jyoti gets support from ALTSO ( A Leg to Stand On), USA for giving assistive devices only to the beneficiaries with locomotor challenges. Their vision is to focus on mobility of children so that they can cultivate self esteem and participate in daily activities.

Physiotherapy Department

The department which is well equipped with most modalities  like IFT, Laser, Ultrasound, etc. for patient care treats almost 11,000 patients a year.  Students from various Physiotherapy institutes come as interns to compete their training.

Occupational Therapy

The department plays a vital role in making each child independent in fine motor, sensory integrative, and pre-vocational skills. Following individual assessment for each child, goals are formulated and intervention implemented through individual sessions. Adaptation, modification and exercise are designed to enhance independent performance of self-help skills. Follow-up is maintained through regular parents - therapists meetings and a customized home programme.

Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology 

Services are provided to children and adults with speech and hearing disorders. Children with delayed speech, mental retardation and articulation defects are also referred to this department by different hospitals and private practitioners.

Child Guidance Clinic provides the following services: 

  • Guide and counsel parents having children with disabilities about their specific needs, start intervention for enhancing their learning potentials.
  • Assess the intellectual potential of children facing behavioral and achievement problems.
  • Orient and involve parents for early identification and early intervention.
  • Organize psychology – psychometric assessments.
  • One year Post Graduate Professional Diploma In Special Education: Mental Retardation

Early Intervention Programme

Early Intervention Programme (EIP) is the stepping-stone for providing services for developmentally delayed infants and children. The above activities have resulted in setting up of independent parent support groups like Swavlamban & Aradhna.

Amar Jyoti  has embarked  on a new journey with  the opening  of  a unit  for  Children with Deafblindness and  Multisensory impairment  in collaboration with Sense International   (India).  The main effort of the unit would be  training and management of these students  in various  life skills  and   to prepare  them for social inclusion  and  to mainstream them  in  academic  classes if possible .  

The unit was inaugurated by Ms. Vrinda Sarup,  Secretary, Dept. of School Education & Literacy, Ministry of Human Resource Development  in the presence of officials from Sense International (India) .