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Title      : BEd CC-01 Education in India
Subject      : B.Ed General
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 36/598
Total Price      : Rs.      : 441
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Education-Meaning and Concept Total views (432)  
Man is a rational being. His ability to speak language and thinking is quite different from all other animals and of high level. Naturally man likes to be active. He has the aspiration to achieve progress. His achievement is all round. Education is mainly responsible for man's intelligence, workmanship, all round development and progress. Similarly, education is the main source for man's progressi ......
Pages: 15
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Education - Contributions Of Visionaries Total views (426)  
Education goes on changing from time to time. We notice greater diversity in the system of education as the years pass. Learned teachers and thinkers have been contributing new views on education with improved and changed techniques. They have been throwing new light on the theory and practice of education and showing various possibilities in this field which is a very important field of human wel ......
Pages: 19
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Aims Of Education Total views (425)  
Education has several aims. The aims are not static, but they go on changing from time to time and from place to place in accordance to the philosophy of life. In this Unit you will study General and Specific aims, Individual and Social aims of education and the aims envisaged in some of the commissions.
Pages: 10
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Indian Constitution and Education Total views (440)  
The constitution of India is a very important document in the independent India. The framers of our constitution have taken sufficient care to ensure that different aspects of life like Fundamental Rights, The Directive Principles of State Policy etc., are duly enshrined in its pages. New constitution was implemented in India on Jan 26th1950. This was based on the principles of justice, liberty, ......
Pages: 12
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Education - Philosophical Foundations Total views (421)  
From the very beginning man has been continuously trying to know and understand the mystery of the Universe around him. He is trying to know the relationship with the physical world on one side and social world on the other. It requires keen observation, critical study and deep thinking. It is philosophy, which has been very useful and helpful to know the nature of man, his origin and relationship ......
Pages: 15
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Education - Sociological Foundations Total views (422)  
Importance is given to the philosophical, psychological and scientific basis of education. During modern times due importance should also be given to the sociological basis of education. That means, education should give importance to the needs, ideals and aspirations of Society. Sociological basis of education lays a great emphasis on the development of good citizens who are capable of achieving ......
Pages: 18
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Sargent Report (1944) Total views (420)  
The process of education is not only continuous but also dynamic. Like every activity in life even education should have its aims. Aims give direction to the activity and make it meaningful and purposeful. Since education grew and developed according to the needs and conditions of society, the aims of education also changed from one society to another. In accordance with the changing nature of ed ......
Pages: 9
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University Education Commission (1948) Total views (421)  
For a long time, education was equated with transmission of knowledge. Acquisition of knowledge had been by far the most prominent objective of education. But of late, there has been a rethinking regarding the function of education. Education is no longer confined to the cognitive aspects of human personality. The attempts are to develop the total personality and raise the capabilities of the ind ......
Pages: 13
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Secondary Education Commission (1952-53) Total views (420)  
India attained Independence from the British rule in 1947. With the attainment of Independence, a new era in the history of education started. This gave the people an opportunity to shape their educational policy according to the needs and aspirations of the nation. The inherited system from the British system of education was rather of a general and theoretical nature. Such a system had to be co ......
Pages: 14
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Indian Education Commission (1964-66) Total views (420)  
India got freedom in 1947 and after this it hoped that the traditional system of education would undergo a great change. But, in spite of a number of committees and commissions on education, satisfactory progress could not be achieved. Very naturally, a comprehensive policy was needed. Hence, the commission was appointed. Secondly, in the post-Independent period, a good deal of expansion had taken ......
Pages: 14
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National Policy of Education (1986) Total views (421)  
A major task before the country immediately after independence was to reorient the system of education so as to adjust it to the changing needs and aspirations of the people. In fact, the significant role of education in national development and progress was highlighted even during the freedom struggle. Mahatma Gandhi formulated the scheme of basic education seeking to harmonize intellectual and m ......
Pages: 9
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National Curriculum Frame Work (2000-01) Total views (422)  
The modern concept of education aims at bringing about desirable changes in the pupils behaviours. Keeping the needs of the student, the goals of the nation, the aspirations of the society, the development of the individual personality and other such factors, a suitable educational course has to be designed, structured and provided to the students, through which he/ she can develop the much desire ......
Pages: 19
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Education in India - A Historical Perspective Total views (419)  
India is a country famous not for its ancient culture alone. It also presents to mankind the history of several races, differing in culture and religion entering the country from time to time and striving for political and cultural supremacy. Foreigners often fail to appreciate the vast magnitude of this country. It has been aptly termed a subcontinent.
Pages: 19
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Education in Ancient India - 1 Total views (419)  
Ancient Indian civilization is one of the most interesting and important civilizations of the world. India's educational and cultural tradition is the most ancient in the world's history. All that India is today, is the gift of its cultural and social heritage of the last 5000 years. If we want to understand it properly we must study its system of education which was preserved, propagated and mod ......
Pages: 13
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Education in Ancient India - II Total views (421)  
After the Vedic period, there were little changes in post-Vedic educational system. In this period, we come across the period of sutras and epic period where the social system influenced the educational system. Then there was the Brahminical period which witnessed a marked expansion and development in curriculum. In this period importance was given to harmonious development of physical, mental an ......
Pages: 11
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Education in Medieval India Total views (420)  
Islam religion was spread rapidly in the world after the death of the prophet in 632 A. D. It is both interesting and instructive to study the rise and growth of Islam, particularly in India. The founder of Islam was Prophet Mohammed. Prophet Mohammed emphasized the unity of God and asked his followers to have faith in the angels which brought messages from God. The Holy Quran was declared to be a ......
Pages: 11
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Education during British Period Total views (418)  
India has a rich heritage. The centers of education in ancient India attracted scholars from every corner of the world. Taxila and Nalanda have been the best known of such ancient Universities. But with the passage of time, these centers were closed because of the hostile Muslim invaders. Even then, the schools of learning continued in every part of the country, which were organized by the individ ......
Pages: 29
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British System of Education in India Total views (414)  
During the period from 1813 to 1833 education was expanded. The responsibility for expanding education fell on the Company. It was asked to spend at least one lakh rupees per year on education. The Company had not been given any specific instruction on this issue. Consequently, the direction of education remained uncertain during these 30 years due to the following: The Medium of Instruction: It ......
Pages: 8
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Educational Administration and Supervision Total views (415)  
Ordway Tead defines administration as 'a comprehensive effort to direct, guide and integrate associating human strivings which are focused towards some specific ends or aims.' Educational administration is also a comprehensive effort intended to achieve some specific educational objectives and it deals with the educational practices, whereas educational philosophy sets the goal, educational psych ......
Pages: 78
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Role of Centre and State Governments and NGO's Total views (414)  
In our country, where most of the people, even today, remain illiterates, there is an urgent need of providing education to all. This has become more important at the primary education level. India, being a democratic country, requires more educated people for the survival of democracy. The country, as a developing nation, needs the support of the government to provide education at the basic level ......
Pages: 19
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Indian Educational Administration - Structure Total views (414)  
The many changes, which have taken place in educational thought and practice since the advent of independence in this country, have exercised a considerable influence on educational administration. In the first place, it has been recognized that education should be an instrument of democratic policy in India. It should help our youths discover their vocation and responsibilities and not merely cr ......
Pages: 20
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Indian Educational Administration and Supervision Problems Total views (448)  
Educational Administration and Supervision as you have already understood are very important for maintaining the standards and quality of education and for the smooth functioning of the system. At different levels, i.e., at the Central level, State Level and District and Taluk Levels, there have been a well founded administrative and supervision set up in our country. In spite of a number of pre ......
Pages: 9
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Teaching as a Profession in the Indian Context Total views (422)  
The real dynamic force of the school is the teacher. Building and equipment are important, so are Curricula, books and transport. But with all these things at their best, the school without the teacher is the soulless body. There is no greater need for the cause of education today than the need for strong, manly men and womanly women as teachers for the young. To secure these for the schools of t ......
Pages: 6
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Professionalizing Education in the Indian Context Total views (420)  
First, a profession, to be called so, must be 'learned' in character. In India from time immemorial the teacher has been a very learned man. A Profession requires a lengthy period of academic and practical training. In India, at present elementary and secondary teachers, in fact all teachers at all level are expected to have academic qualification and also teaching qualification, which involves pr ......
Pages: 8
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Values: An Introduction Total views (419)  
It must teach the child to develop competence values and develop survival skills interrelating with one's fellow beings, with warm humane feelings, transcending the narrow limits of chauvinism, caste and communalism. The problem of promoting value-oriented education is a complex one. Schools alone cannot promote values effectively among students unless there are vigorous and concentrated efforts ......
Pages: 7
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Sources of Values Total views (418)  
Religion is philosophy in practice. What you are going to study in philosophy is to be practiced. That becomes ones religion. The religion, thus teaches 'the way of life'. Philosophy gives you an idea about the problem of reality, of knowledge and of value: Literature, as you know, is the main source of values. In literature, modern as well as ancient, you find values embedded in one or the other ......
Pages: 7
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Traditional Values of India Total views (416)  
Indian thinkers commonly speak of two functions of knowledge - one which is theoretical, viz., revealing the existence of objects, and the other which is practical, viz., affording help in the attainment of some purpose in life. The results of these two functions of knowledge are respectively what we mean by 'fact' and 'value'. A thirsty traveler, who happens to come upon a sheet of fresh water, d ......
Pages: 18
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Contemporary Values Total views (416)  
By secular values about which you are going to study you will understand the meaning of secular education. The secular education attempts to inculcate universal religious truths that hold good for all religions without being prejudicial to any religion in any way. You must know that since the attainment of independence, our nation has accepted secularism in public life as a national policy. In ed ......
Pages: 14
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Value Erosion Total views (415)  
The Central Government has started a separate cell for Education in Human Values (EHV) and has identified the NCERT as the national resource centre for Value Education. There is great degeneration with respect to values of people in general. There is also devaluation of values in various aspects of life relating to social, economic, political, etc. No conscious efforts are ma by the educational a ......
Pages: 9
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Inculcation of Values Total views (416)  
The development of science and technology requires a dynamic educational policy. It is so, not only because the development of skill is so important, but also, it is necessary to evolve a value system that would be intrinsic and to lay a strong foundation. The source document 'Challenge of Education' which sought to generate public opinion on the National Policy of Education (1986) is a forthrigh ......
Pages: 7
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Universalization of Education Total views (416)  
The concept universalisation signifies that education is for all and not for a selected few. This also means that education is the birth right of every child. The concept „free‟ signifies that no fees will be collected from children for receiving elementary education in educational institutions run by the state or receiving grants out of the state funds. The concept "compulsory‟ signif ......
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 22.5   
Education of the Disadvantaged Groups Total views (418)  
From a sociological point of view, one of the important objectives of education is to provide equal opportunities for all the sections of society - backward, linguistic and religious minority, handicapped, under privileged, economically poor, weaker section and all other disadvantage to enable them to get educated, participate and contribute to build an egalitarian human society - a society in whi ......
Pages: 31
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Education for National and Emotional Integration Total views (416)  
India is the land of many religions, castes, languages, places of worship, customs, traditions, norms etc. It is a secular state with people of different attitudes and aspirations. The climatic conditions also differ from region to region. It is the seventh biggest country and second highly populated country in the world facing both internal and external aggressions. The unity of any nation depen ......
Pages: 16
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Education for International Understanding Total views (418)  
Now the Earth has become a Global village. We are living in a scientific age, an age of "Space traveling‟, "Information Technology‟ and "Nuclear Energy‟, due to new explorations and discoveries. Now the distance and other physical barriers have become insignificant. Life has received a new orientation and fresh challenges. But, at the same time, the present world is divided into ......
Pages: 25
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Vocationalisation of Education Total views (415)  
In ancient India, we had "Gurukula‟ system of education where, education was offered by "Guru‟ (teacher) to his disciples (students) in his hermitage. (Ashram) Students were required to perform all kinds of manual work for learning and living. Education was mostly related to the life of pupils and there was no alienation or isolation between the world of life and world of work. It was ......
Pages: 21
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Distance Education Total views (419)  
This is an era of explosion of knowledge and for the present and future generation of people, „knowledge is power‟ and hence their hunger and need for information and knowledge through education is enormously increasing. In this context, with a view to widen the horizons of education opening the new frontiers of knowledge and democratizing the teaching-learning process, non-formal education ......
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25   

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