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Tuesday, February 02, 2021

HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 03-02-2021

 HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 03-02-2021


HOME LEARNING DAILY VIDEO DATE :- 03-02-2021


Vocational education was introduced from Std. 9th to 12th with the aim of providing provisions.  The fourth session outlines the concept of pre-vocational education in Std. 8th to 8th under the Samagrashiksha Abhiyan and the vocational education program in Std. 9th to 12th.  


 Emphasized the importance, and suggested that section 1 of the module: Historical Perspectives on Work-Based Education in India The modern education system in India has evolved from the Vedic and Gurukul system.  Was prevalent during the period.  


Teacher (Guru) nurturing students (disciple).  Strict discipline was imposed on the students and they studied under the guidance of a teacher. Ancient Indian education was not only theoretical but also related to the realities of life, work and karma. Students not only received guidance on domestic life but  Lessons were also learned. The Indian education system helped in preserving the ancient culture, promoting cultural unity and inculcating responsibility and social values.  


Great Indian philosophers and thinkers such as Swami Vivekananda (1863 1902), Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), Shri Arvind Ghosh (1872-1950), Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948), Bhimrao Ambedkar (1891-1956) and Sarvapaldha Ra.  (1888-1975) gave his views on the education system. The ideas and concepts of various philosophers and thinkers, recommendations of various committees and commissions highlighted not only the national education system but also the need and importance of vocational education to increase individual employability and national productivity.

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  The need for a formal system of vocational education was introduced in 1854, when Lord Charles Wood developed a ‘Dispatch’ called ‘Woods Despatch’, known in Indian education as the Magna Carta.  It was recommended by Woods Despatch to introduce vocational education through diversification of general education suggesting that vocational schools, technical institutes and vocational colleges need to be established.  Indian Education Commission known as Hunter Commission (1982).  


The commission examined the problems of education and recommended that there should be two special streams at the high school level, the first to prepare students for university entrance exams and the second to prepare students for practical business. Wood and Abbott Commission (1936)

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