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Publisher:A.P.H. Publishing Corporation
Published In:2009
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:1.34 lbs
Pages:pp. xviii + 319, Index

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The Government of India appointed the Secondary Education Commission to enquire into the present position of secondary education. Dr. Swami Mudaliar was the Chairman of this Commission, the Commission presented recommendation on almost all the aspect of Secondary Education. Installation of Higher Secondary system, diversified courses and three language, etc. were the major recommendation of the Commission. Development of democratic citizenship improvement of vocational efficiency, development of personality and education of leadership were suggested as aims of education. The National Policy on education suggested the scheme of Navodaya Vidyalayas good or bad school depends upon the headmaster. He should act as the leader of the team of teachers working with him seeking their cooperation and also giving full help to them as and when needed. The ideal of universal free and compulsory education for all Children under fourteen years of age has remained an ideal only during the last forty-six years. The curriculum should deal with real life problems that have meaning for children and which are significant for them to solve.

Contents

Open University rd/indira-gandhi" Title="indira-gandhi">Indira Gandhi ECONDARY EDUCATION IN FREE INDIA :
Secondary Education Commission
I. Aims of Education
II. Structure of Education
III. Development of Curriculum
B. Organisation of Curriculum :
1. At Middle School Stage (Lower Secondary Stage)
2. At High and Higher Secondary Stage
IV. Recommendations of Secondary Education Commission (1952-53) for Developing Quality Textbooks
V. Improvement in Methods of Teaching :
i. Recommendations of Secondary Education Commission

VI. Improvement in Examination System
VII. Guidance and Counselling :
i. Recommendations of Secondary Education Commission

VIII. Problem of Supervision and Inspection :
i. Recommendations of Secondary Education Commission

IX. Vocationalization of Education :
i. Designed Changes in Educational System With Special Reference to the Secondary Education :
a. Secondary Education Commission
b. Education Commission (196446) Or Kothaki Commission
c. Vocationalization of Secondary Education
d. Programme of Action, 1986 (Follow up of National Policy on Education) in Reference To Secondary Education :
(i). Pre-Requisites and Broad Parameters of Strategy
(ii). Programmes and Implementation
(iii). Programme of Consolidation
(iv). Programme for Bright Children
(v). Pace Setting or Navodaya Vidyalayas

2. NATIONAL POLICY ON EDUCATION :
Introduction
1. The- 1968 Education Policy and After
I. The Essence and Role of Education
II. National System of Education

2. Education for Equality :
I. Education for Women's Equality
II. The Education of Scheduled Castes
III. The Education of Scheduled Tribes
IV. Other Educationally Backward Sections and Areas
V. Minorities
VI. The Handicapped

3. Secondary Education
4. Pace-Setting Schools (Navodaya Schools)
5. Vocationalisation
6. Technical and Management Education
7. Innovation, Research and Development
8. Value Education
9. Work Experience
10. Education and Environment
11. Sports and Physical Education
12. The Role of Youth :
a. Evaluation of the National Policy on Education, 1986

3. DEVELOPMENTS IN SECONDARY EDUCATION DURING PRE-INDEPENDENCE PERIOD :
Secondary Education
(I). Bengal Education Act (1960)
(II). Kothari Education Commission (1964-66)
(III). National Policy of Education (1986) :
a. Historical Background of Secondary Education

I. Lord Macaulay's Minutes (1835)
II. Lord Harding's Proclamations (1844)
III. Wood's Dispatch (1854)
IV. Hunter Commission (1882)

(V). University Commission (1902)
(VI). Sadler Commission (1917-1919) Drawbacks
(VII). Hartog Committee (1929)
(VIII). Sapru Commhtee (1934)
(IX). Abbot-wood Report (1937)
(X). Sargent Report (1944) :
a. Defects in Secondary School Education

(1). Bookish and Theoretical Education
(2). Not According to Social Demands
(3). Neglect of Scientific and Practical Subjects
(4). Excessive Use of English
(5). Less Flexibility and Monotonous
(6). Encouragement to Cramming
(7). Inadequate-Provision for Games
(8). Inadequate Arrangement for Training Teachers for Secondary Schools Education :
a. Nature of Secondary Education

1. Higher Elementary or Middle School
2. Higher Secondary Schools
3. Higher Education
4. Secondary Schools
5. Vocational Institutes
6. Technical Institutes
7. Polytechnics

4. MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND MATERIAL RESOURCES :
Introduction
I. Headmaster
II. Students
III. The Ministerial Staff
IV. Menials-the Servants-the Class Iv Employees
V. Non Human Materials :
a. Climate of the Institution

I. Relation of the Head with Others :
a. The Institutions-System of Roles
b. Improving Relations in the Educational Institutions what and how
c. Role of Police Force in the Educational Institutions
d. Maintenance of a School
e. Selection of a Site for the School
f. Construction of a School Building
g. Design of the School Building
h. School Components and Their Maintenance

5. INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSION (1964-66) :
a. Education Commission (196446) or Kothari Commission
1. Aims of Education
2. Recommendations of Kothari Commission Regarding Curriculum
3. Broad Areas of Curricular Studies for Various Substages
1. At Lower Secondary Stage. (Classes VIII-X)
III. Development of Quality Text Books
IV. Improvement in Methods of Teaching
V. Improvement in Examination System
VI. Guidance and Counselling :
a. Recommendations of Kothari Commission

VII. Problem of Supervision and Inspection
VIII. Vocationalization of Education
1. At Lower Secondary Stage
2. Higher Secondary Stage
3. Provision for Part-Time Vocational Education
Conclusion

6. PROGRAMME OF ACTION, 1986 :
Introduction
I. Early Childhood Care and Education (Ecce) or Pre-Primary or Nursery Education
II. Primary Education (Elementary Education) :
a. The Present Position
b. Targets for Elementary Education

ILL. Secondary Education :
a. Pre-Requisites and Broad Parameters of Strategy
b. Programmes and Implementation
c. The Target
d. Flexible Non-formal Education
e. Programme of Consolidation
f. Programme for Bright Children
g. Pace Setting or Navodaya Vidyalayas
h. Salient Features of Navodaya Vidyalayas
i. Education for Gifted Students

IV. Teacher Education
V. National Council of Teacher Education (Ncte)

7. CONSTITUTIONAL OBLIGATIONS RELATED TO EDUCATION IN INDIA :
Introduction
a. Provisions for Education in Constitution of India
(A). Fundamental Rights
(B). Directive Principles Problems
(1). Problems Related to Free and Compulsory Education
(2). Primary Education Problem :
a. Provision for Fundamental Duties
b. Special Provisions for the Weaker Sections
(I). Reservation :
a. Problems Related to Reservation
b. Religious Instructions
c. Education and Legislative Competence
d. Union List-Entries Are
e. Concurrent List
f. State List
g. Medium of Instruction
h. Education of Minorities
(1). Protection of Interest of Minorities :
a. Admission to Educational Institutions
b. Minority Educational Institutions
c. Role of Central and State Government in Education
d. Role of Central and State Government in Education-Historical Survey
e. Historical Background
f. Exclusive and Concurrent Functions of the Union Government

(1). Exclusive Functions
(2). Concurrent Functions :
a. Changes Made by the and Amendment Act
b. Constitutional Implications of 42nd Amendment
c. Arguments in Favour of Education as a State Subject
d. Arguments in Favour of Education as A
e. Responsibility of Federal Government
f. Centre State Financial Relations in Education

8. QUALITY OF SECONDARY EDUCATION :
Introduction
a. Quality in Secondary Education
b. Quality Concerns : Some Issues in Secondary Education
1. Education Should be Life Related
2. Education Should Sharpen Thinking
3. Classrooms
4. Examination System
5. Use of Information Technology
6. Guidance and Counselling
7. Organisational Management

a. Quality of Secondary Education with Reference to its Aims and Objectives
1. Emphasis on Tile Socio-Economic Well Being, Competence and Creatwity of Tile Individual
2. Proper Control and Training of Emotions
3. Develop the Qualities Of Citizenship
4. Introducing Vocational Point of View in Secondary Education
5. Developing of a Sense of World Citizenship
6. Moral and Ethical Upgrading
7. Identification of Talent
8. Due Care to the Special Interests of Students Quality of Secondary Education With Reference to Curriculum

a. How a Positive Social Behaviour Develops?
(A). External Conditions
(B). Internal Conditions

a. Quality with Reference to Methods of Teaching
b. Need of Quality Instruction in Secondary Education
c. Teaching Strategies in Secondary Education
d. Autocratic Style
e. Permissive Style
f. Quality of Secondary Education with Reference to Human Resources and Physical Resources
g. Physical Resources

(A). School Building
(B). Library Facility
a. Exhibition Rooms
b. Laboratory
c. Computer Lab
d. Audio-Visual Aids Room
e. Hostel Facilities
f. Conclusion
g. Quality of Secondary Education With Reference to Administration and Evaluation
h. Type of Management

II. Effective Management
III. Co-ordination
IV. Supervision and Inspection
(A). Selection of Inspectorate
(B). Duties of Inspectors
a. Techniques for Effective Management in Secondary
b. Schools
c. Skills
d. Quality of Secondary Education With Refrence to Evaluation
e. Defects in Examination System
f. Suggestions for Improving the System of g. Examination in Secondary Education
Conclusion

9. AIMS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION :
a. Meaning of Aim
b. Need and Importance of Aims
c. Factors Affecting Aims of Education
d. Aims of Education in India
e. Aims of Education in Ancient India
f. Aims of Education in Medieval India
g. Aims of Education During British Rule
h. Aims of Education in India Today
i. Aims and Objectives Of Secondary Education
j. General Aims of Secondary Education
k. Aims of Education As Recommended By Secondary Education
l. Commission (1952-53)

(1). Development of Democratic Citizenship
(2). Improvement of Vocational, Efficiency
(3). Development of Personality
(4). Development of Leadership Quality
a. Aims of Education According to Indian Education Commission (1964-66)

(I). Science Education
(II). Work Experience
(III). Vocationalisation
(IV). Application of Science to Productive Processes

2. Achieving Social and National Integration
(I). The Common School
(II). Social, and National Service
(III). Promotion of National Consciousness
(IV). Development of An Appropriate Language Policy

3. Accelerating the Process of Modernisation
4. Cultivating Social, Moral and Spiritual Values
a. Aims and Objectives of' Secondary Education According to Ishwar Bhai Patel Committee (1977)

10. TEACHER EDUCATION PRE-SERVICE AND IN-SERVICE :
a. Teacher Education
b. Need and Importance of Teacher Education
c. Aims and Objectives of Teacher Education Types of Teacher Education
I. Pre-Service Education
II. In-service Education
a. Need and Importance of In-service Teacher Education Ways and Means to Motivate Teachers for In-service Education
b. Provisions of In-service Education
c. National Policy of Education-its Programme Of Action (1986)
d. Role of Scert's for In-service Education Programmes

I. Removing the Isolation of Teacher Education Isolation from One Another
III. Improving the Quality of Teacher Education
III. Improving the Quality of Training Institutions
(I). Training Institutions for Secondary Teachers
(II). Improvement of Training Institutions for Primary Teachers
IV. Expansion of Teachers Education
V. Maintenance of Standards in Teacher Education
VI. Welfare of Teachers
a. Teaching as a Profession

I. International Level
II. National Level
III. Specialised Associations of Teachers A Few Suggestions
a. What is a Code of Conduct
b. Preparing a 'Code of Conduct' - a few Suggestions
c. The 'Professional Organisation of Teachers
d. Functions of Teachers' Professional Organisations
e. Ethical Code for the Teachers
f. A Specimen of an Oath for the Teachers
g. Effective Teacher Preamble

I. Teacher in Relation to Students
II. Teacher in Relation To Parents/Guardians
III. Teacher in Relation to Society and the Nation
IV. Teacher in Relation to Profession, Colleagues and Other Professional Organisations
(A). Teacher in Relation to Colleagues and Profession
(B). The Head-Teacher in Relation to Colleagues
(C). Teacher in Relation to Other Professional Organisations

11. MORAL AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION :
Introduction
a. What is Religion
b. Refinement of Human Values
c. Helpful in Modernisation
d. Historical Background of Moral and Religious Education
(1). Ancient India
(2). Ancient Education (Buddhism Education)
(3). Medieval Muslim Education
(4). British Period Religious and Moral Education in Free India
(A). Recommendations of University Education Commission
a. Sri Prakasha Committee On Religious and Moral Education
b. Recommendations of Kothari Commission
(1). Role of the Centraland State Governments New Education Policy (1986)
a. Difficulties in Implementing Moral and Religious Education Programme
(1). Misunderstanding About True Nature of Religion
(2). Non-Availability of Teachers of Good Moral Character
(3). Lack of Text-Books
(4). Financial Difficulties
(5). Less Attention Paid to Pre-Primary and Primary Stages
Conclusion

a. What is Religion and Morality
b. Morality
c. Relationship between Religion and Morality
d. Importance of Religious and Moral Education
e. To Remove the Undesired Elements in Modern Education
f. Development of Democratic Qualities
g. Helpful in Character Building
h. Helpful in All-round Development of Personality
i. (C) Indian University Commission (1902) and Calcutta University Commission (1917-19)

(6). The Sargent Commission Views of Gandhiji
(B). Recommendations of the Secondary Education Commission (1952-53)
(3). Provision of Time Table
(4). Role of University

12. WOMEN AND EDUCATION :
a. Historical Back-ground of Women Education
(1). Ancient Period (Vedic Period)
(2). Ancient Period (Budhistic Period)
(3). Medieval Period (Muslim Period)
(4). British Period
a. Development in Women Education After Independence
b. Recommendations of University Education Commission (1948-49)
(B). Recommendations of National Committee on Women Education
(C). National Council for Women Education
(D). Recommendations on SMT. Hansa Mehta Committee
a. State's Responsibilities
b. Popularisation of Women Education
(6). Recommendations of Kothari Commission
(G). Provisions of National Policy of Education (1986) Manila Samakhya
(H). National Policy on Education (1992)
(1). Programme of Action (1992)
a. Problems of Woman Education
b. Ganohiji on Women Education
Conclusion

13. EDUCATION IN United States AMERICA :
Introduction
a. Aims of Education In U.S.A.
b. The General Aims of Education
(1). Developing a Sense of World Citizenship
(2). To Develop a Sense of Co-operation
(3). To Introduce Vocational Point of View in Education
(4). To Develop the Qualities of Citizenship
(5). Provision for All Types of Education
(6). Educational Administration
a. Rolf : Of Federal Government
(1). Help to the State Governments
(2). Help to the Areas Administered by the Federal Government
(3). Partial Help
(4). Help For Red-Indians
(5). Co-operation in Educational Programmes Abroad
(6). Publication of the Educational Information of the States
a. Educational Administration of States
b. Local Education Administration
c. Re-primary Education in U.S.A.
(1). Nursery Education
(2). Kindergarten Education Primary Education in U.S.A
a. Duration of Education and Classification
b. Curricula and Educational Programmes
c. Administration and Organisation of Primary Schools
d. Secondary or High School Education in U.S.A
e. Aims of Secondary Education
f. Functions of' Secondary Education
g. Classification of Secondary Schools According to Curriculum
(1). Common Schools
(2). Specialisation Schools
(3). Part-time Schools
a. Education Curriculum and Educational Programme
b. Teaching Programme
c. Vocational, Cultural And Co-Curricular Programmes Teacher Education in USA
d. teacher Training Institutes
e. Teacher's Training Colleges
f. Schools of Education
g. Provision for Research in Education
h. Distribution of Certificates
i. University and College Education
Conclusion

14. VOCATIONALISATION OF SECONDARY EDUCATION :
a. Vocationausatlon
b. Need and Importance
c. Principles of Vocational Education
d. Objectives of Vocational Education
e. Reports of Commissions and Committees on Vocationalisation of Education
f. Hartog Committee (1929) Recommended
g. Sargent Report (1944) Recommended
h. National Review Committee (1978)
i. National Policy on Education (1986)
j. Slow Progress of Vocational Education
k. Suggested Programmes for Vocationausation of Education
(I). Lower Secondary Stage
(II). Higher Secondary Stage
(III). Part Time Vocational Education
(IV). Administration of Vocational Education
(V). Special Groups for Vocational Education
(VI). Targets and Preparation for Development
(VII). Centrally Sponsored Scheme India 1991
a. Recommendations Of Janardhan Reddy Committee : 1992

15. EDUCATION IN ENGLAND :
Introduction
a. Control of Education
b. Powers and Duties of Education Minister
c. Local Education Authorities
d. Primary Education
e. The Common Day Schools and Dame Schools
f. The Charity Schools
g. The Industrial Schools
h. The Sunday Schools
i. The Circulating Schools
j. The Public Elementary Schools
k. Kinder Garten Schools
l. Nursery Schools
m. Infant Schools
n. Junior Schools
o. Secondary Education In U.K.
p. Bilateral and Comprehensive Schools
q. Multilateral and Other Secondary Schools
r. The Grammar Schools
s. Secondary Modern Schools
t. Types of Modern Schools
u. Secondary Technical Schools
v. University Education
w. The Curriculum
x. Teacher's Training and their Condition
y. Special Services in Education in U.K
1. School Health Service
2. Special Services for the Physically and Mentally Retarded Children
3. School Meal and Milk Arrangement
4. Psychological Clinic
5. Research Work in Education
6. Youth Employment Service
7. Education Welfare Service

16. CONCEPT OF SCHOOL MANAGEMENT :
Introduction
a. What is a School?
b. Views of Some Experts
c. What is Organising?
d. Organisation
e. What is Administration?
f. What is Management?
g. School Management
h. Constraints on Management
i. What is A Good Management?
J. Management Model of a School System
k. Organisation, Administration and Management
l. Differentiated
m. Need of School Organisation
n. A Dead School....a Living School
o. Aims and Objectives of School Organisation
p. Elements of' Organisation and Administration
q. Which Element is More Significant?
r. Changing Concept of School Administration
s. Types Of Administration
t. Autocratic Administration
u. Democratic Administration
v. Which Type of Administration for India or Today?
w. Principles of Democratic Administration
x. Scope of School Management

17. DISTANCE EDUCATION AND OPEN LEARNING :
Introduction
a. What is Distance Education?
b. A Few Definitions of Distance Education
c. Main Characteristics of' Distance Education
d. Objectives of Distance Education
e. Distance Education in India
f. Satellites Instructional Television Experiment (Site)
g. Why Distance Education?
h. Making Distance Education More Effective-Ways and Means
h. Advantages of Distance Education
i. Disadvantages
j. Open University
k. MEANING of-open University
l. Open Universities Abroad
m. Open Universities in India
n. Open School System
o. Characteristics of Open Universities
p. Objectives of Open University
q. Recommendations of Education Commission (1964-66)
r. National Policy on Education (1986)
s. Programme of Action (1986) Regarding Open
t. University and Distance Education
u. Programme of Action (1992) Regarding Open Education
v. The Open University System
w. The Open School System
x. Merits of Open University
y. National Open School
z. Indira Gandhi National Open University

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