EDUCATION, INDIAN EDUCATION, KOTHARI COMMISSION REPORT ON INDIAN EDUCATION. Education Commission or Kothari Commission Report entitled- Education and National Development 17members in which 5. The unique features of the Education Commission () were: In its report the commission expressed its firm belief that education is the most powerful.
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It consisted of twelve members including the commission secretary, J. For this purpose the commission made the following recommendations- i The Central and State governments should adopt measures to introduce education in moral, social and spiritual values in all kothark under their direct control on the lines recommended by the University Education Commission on religious and moral instruction.
Visvesvaraya and secretary, S. The members were V.
NaikPrem Pasricha, V. The four main themes of the commission were: Programmes categorized into three. The Commission spent about hundred days in kotuari universities, colleges and schools and held discussions with teachers, educationists, administrators and students. According to the Indian culture a child receives his first physical birth from the parents and the second birth of the hands of the teacher.
Working Group on Educational Statistics The group koothari the statistical tools for the commission and had J. The members were A. This page was last edited on 17 Julyat Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract.
Social, moral and spiritual values – The national system of education should emphasis on the cultivation of social, moral and spiritual values among students. It need not, however, examine the problems of medical or legal education, but such aspects of these problems as are necessary for its comprehensive enquiry may be looked into.
Another feature of modern society is the rapid social change. Promoting social and National Integration — National and social integration is the precondition for the progress and development of a country.
Task Force on Educational Administration This twelve member group examined the shortcomings on the educational administration and had Prem Kirpal, A. Explain the appointment of the Education Commission of and its unique features.
Nanavatty and Shesh Namle as members. In this article, we dwell upon these aspects of the report, some of which are rather unconventional. Daulat Singh KothariChairman [J. It was found that, the attitude of College teachers of Cooch Behar district of West Bengal is neither more favourable nor unfavourable towards Teaching Commkssion i.
McDougall, Hans Simons and H. The society places high hopes on a teacher.
REPORT OF THE EDUCATION COMMISSION 1964-66 D. S. KOTHARI REPORT
The Indian members were K. F McDougall as associated secretary. Among the members of the commission 5 educationists were from England, America, France, Japan and Russia. Answers to Check Your Progress 8.
Aggarwal, Reginald BellA. Our discussion will confined to two 19644-66 aspects of the recommendations, i.
The Report of Kothari Commission ().
Deshpande, Durgabai DeshmukhK. Education has a very extensive role to play in changing the men and society. Education kohhari National Objectives.
Balakrishnan secretary worked on the extra curricular ambience and activities of the education. Saiyidain, Raksha Saran, Premlila V. It has to be entirely reformed and related to the life, needs and aspirations of the people so that it may serve as a powerful tool of social, economic and cultural transformation. Retrieved from ” https: Report of the Education Commission, – Vol I: Formulation of a National Policy on Education was one of the important recommendations of the commission and inthe fourth Lok Sabha elected to office in under the leadership of Indira Gandhipassed the bill.
However, remote access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution. Therefore, it is also known as the Kothari Commission. An education system which does not renovate itself continuously, becomes out-dated and puts hindrance to progress.
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Task Force on Techniques and Methods in Education This seventeen member task force was entrusted with the designing of the functional mechanics of the educational system.
One of the tasks before the group was to standardize the public and private sector compensation packages and also to design a machinery for continuous on-job training of the teachers. Gopalaswami, Abdul Qadir, K. It proposed standardization and revision of the pay scales of the teaching, non teaching and administrative staff and prescribed minimum pay levels based on their locations.
In the situation of change, the school must always be alert if it is to keep abreast of significant changes. Task Force on Student Welfare The welfare aspects of the students including scholarships and other measures of incentives were attended to by this group which had A.
Doraiswami secretary as its members. The commission worked for 21 months and submitted it report on June, The group was composed of three foreign members, J. Degree course should be of 3 years.
No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Two sets of curricula were prescribed, one at state level and one at the national level and the schools were recommended to experiment with the curriculum.
Panandikar Roger Revelle K.