Admission Last Dates Extended. UG Programmes 30th September 2020 and PG Programmes 10th October 2020.

Faculty Profile


Dr. Monimalika Day


Ph.D., Special Education, Concentration in Early Childhood Special Education, Department of Special Education, University of Maryland.

My Zone / Area of Expertise


  • Child Development, infants and toddlers, Inclusion of children in community settings


  • In search of good practices: Multiple case studies of preschool programs in India byMonimalika Day & Venita Kaul (Book in preparation, estimated time of publication Summer 2015)
  • Place based education on environment in the foothills of the Himalayas by MonimalikanDay (Journal article in preparation)
  • DeMulder, E.K., Stribling, S.M., & Day, M. (2014). Examining immigrant experiences: Helping teachers develop as critical educators. Teaching Education, 25(1), 43-64.
  • Day, M. (2012). Building relationships with international families. In Shaklee, B & Baily,S (Eds.) Internationalizing teacher education in the US. USA: Rowan and Littlefield.
  • Thorp, E., & Day, M. (2012). Stories of transformation: The power of exploring cultural dilemmas. In Harry, B., & Kalyanpur, M (Eds.). Culture in Special Education. Baltimore: Paul. H Brookes
  • Stribling, S.M., Demulder, E.K., & Day, M. (2011). Reading the world: Supporting teacher’s professional development using community-based literacy practices. The Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education,6(1), 21-33.
  • Day, M., Demulder, E.K., & Stribling S. M. (2010). Using the process of cultural reciprocity to create multicultural, democratic classrooms. In Salili, F., & Hoosain, R (Eds.), Democracy and Multicultural Education. Information Age Publishing