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THE ROLE OF TEACHERS IN SHAPING TODAY’S STUDENTS

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Salient Features of National Curriculum Framework 2005

Introduction: NPE 1986, assigned a special role to NCERT in preparing and promoting NCF. Yash Pal Committee Report, ‘Learning without Burden’ (1993) observes that learning has become a source of burden and stress on children and their parents. Considering these … Continue reading

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The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education, Act, 2009

Introduction: India has a dubious distinction of having the highest number of illiterates in the world. Unfortunately, even the recent educational statistics on literacy rates – according to 2011 census – confirm this trend. Males (80.9%); Females (64.6%)’ and Overall … Continue reading

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Inclusive Education

Introduction: Inclusive Education (Education for All) is a process of addressing and responding to diversity of needs of all learners through increasing participation in learning, cultures and communities, and reducing exclusion within and from education. It involves changes and modifications … Continue reading

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Equalization of Educational Opportunities

Introduction: A democracy, if it is both to survive and to succeed must be based on the widest provision of educational facilities for all its members and not only for a few. The term equality of educational opportunity was often … Continue reading

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Value Education

Introduction  According to T. Roosevelt, “To educate a man in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace to society.” The supreme end of education is expert discernment in all things – the power to tell the good … Continue reading

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Distance Education

Introduction:  Distance Education (DE) is relatively a new concept in education. It is an educational trend that is very popular and accepted in many countries. It is a form of indirect instruction. DE is executed with the help of the … Continue reading

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