Primary and secondary research methods were combined to understand the inclusive education policies at the higher education level in India. Desk research sourced policy guidelines, legal documents, national and international academic literature, peer-reviewed journals, official reports, and databases to present a thorough assessment. The report’s primary research was conducted through interviews with students with disabilities currently enrolled in higher education, to aptly represent and accommodate their lived experiences. The report approached data collection after pre-identifying themes that may affect the higher education system’s inclusivity. These themes span a wide spectrum, from the inclusiveness of the learning environment in the classroom to the inclusiveness of college societies and clubs. Important stakeholders such as disability activists, academicians, and people working with civil society organisations were identified and interviewed to add further nuance.