Special education is a kind of education system, where special students are attended by special teachers in a special school environment. These students do not work with normal students as mentioned inclusive education. These schools are bent on the principle of adapting a teaching standard that fits the demands, discomfort, and disability and learning abilities of these special students. This is unlike inclusiveness because by virtue of the students disabled and challenged they are kept alone in a secluded environment, where special attention is given to them for their learning. The primary reason for adopting this method is the underlying principle that these special students will not be able to walk hand in hand and be as active as the other students in society. Thus, it ignorantly marginalises and imposes a stigma on these students’ abilities, which starts right from special education system. When they are all kept alone and away from inclusive education, these students will not learn the highest societal principle of inclusiveness, which by default is an unavoidable prerequisite for anyone desiring to live in civilisation (Paul, 2013). Special students are a tag that is imposed on the disabled, so that they do not become the mainstream actors of society attracting sympathy votes at work. Such an education stays the same and does not challenge the students to rise above their challenges, because if it is not attempted, none of them will learn to cope with newer challenges on their own.