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Kothari Commission Strictly According to the UGC Syllabus for B.Ed. Course Reprint

by  Abdul Mannan Bagulia
Kothari Commission Strictly According to the UGC Syllabus for B.Ed. Course Reprint,8126121181,9788126121182


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Publisher:Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Published In:2008
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:0.97 lbs
Pages:xii + [ii] + 378 Pages, Tables

The Title "Kothari Commission Strictly According to the UGC Syllabus for B.Ed. Course Reprint" is written by Abdul Mannan Bagulia. This book was published in the year 2008. The ISBN number 8126121181|9788126121182 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. This book also comes in Hardback . The book displayed here is a Reprint edition. This book has total of pp. xii + [ii] + 378 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd.. We have about 10995 other great books from this publisher. Kothari Commission Strictly According to the UGC Syllabus for B.Ed. Course Reprint is currently Available with us.

About the Book

Kothari Commission and its recommendations on Education is a landmark in the History of education in India.

The present book viz. Kothari Commission covers all aspects of Commission's recommendations and views on education.

Part two of the book gives a vivid account of various committees and commissions on education past to the Kothari Commission.

About the Author

Abdul Mannan Bagulia, M. A., B. Ed., a senior teacher by profession has diversified into a fluent writer on educational subjects. Currently, he is engaged with a project on Adult Education.


Chandra Bose yword/indira-gandhi" Title="indira-gandhi">Indira Gandhi word/subhash-chandra-bose" Title="subhash-chandra-bose">Subhash Chandra Bose EDUCATION COMMISSION [1964-66] RECOMMENDATIONS :
1. Introduction :
i. Introduction of the New Pattern of Education
ii. Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education
iii. Work Experience
iv. Book Banks
v. Two Levels of Courses
vi. Revised Pay Scale of Teachers
vii. National Institute of Educational Manners and Administration
viii. Recommendations of the Commission

2. Education Commission Appointed :
i. Involvement of People
ii. Education as a Whole
iii. Involvement of the Teachers
iv. The Commission at Work
v. Twelve Task Forces
vi. Seven Working Groups
vii. Three Part Report
viii. Chairman and Members of the Commission
ix. Major Recommendations
x. Favourable Comments on the Report
xi. Teachers' Magna Carta
xii. A Unique Document
xiii. General Observations on the Recommendations

3. Grand Objectives :
i. Education and Productivity Objective
ii. Social and National Integration Objective
iii. Education and Consolidation of Democracy
iv. Education and Modernisation
v. Development of Social, Moral and Spiritual Values
vi. General Observations
vii. New Plan for Education
viii. In Brief

4. Educational Administration :
i. Views of the Commission on Constitutional Provisions
ii. Commission on the Role of Various Levels
iii. The Role of Centre
iv. Centre's Responsibilities
v. Suggested Administrative Reforms
vi. Private Enterprise as an Integral Part of School System
vii. Three Types of Private Schools
viii. Rules for Grant-in-Aid for Private Schools
ix. Evaluation of Recommendations
x. Role of Local Bodies in Education
xi. Direct School Board
xii. Functions of the Board
xiii. Overcoming the Weaknesses
xiv. Commission on Supervision

5. New Pattern of Education :
i. Approach to the Problem
ii. Features of New Pattern
iii. Evaluation of the Recommendations

6. Structure of Education :
i. Comparison of the Existing and Proposed Pattern
ii. Reorganisation at the University Stage
iii. Utilisation of Facilities
iv. General Observations
v. A Few Critics of the Proposed Pattern

7. Standard Improvement :
i. Role of the State Education Departments
ii. State Evaluation Organisation
iii. Schools' Committee
iv. Suggested Reforms in Educational Administration at the State Level
v. School Improvement Programme
vi. Educational Guidance and Counselling

8. Teacher Education and Status :
i. Education Commission (1964-66) on Teacher Education
ii. Standards in Teacher Education
iii. Evaluation of Recommendations
iv. A New Deal for Teachers

9. School Curriculum :
i. Need for Radical Reform
ii. Major Steps of Curriculum Improvement
iii. The Organisation
iv. Recommendations Regarding Languages
v. Science and Mathematics Education
vi. Methods of Teaching Science and Mathematics
vii. Social Studies and Social Sciences
viii. Work Experience
ix. Social Service
x. Physical Education
xi. Education in Moral and Spiritual Values
xii. Creative Activities
xiii. Evaluation of Recommendations
xiv. Important Merits

10. Pre-primary Education :
i. The Objectives
ii. The Curriculum
iii. The Expansion
iv. Further Development
v. Three Stages of Universalisation

11. Primary Education :
i. Evaluation of Recommendations

12. Examination and Evaluation :
i. Equalisation of Opportunity
ii. Evaluation of the Recommendations
iii. Education of the Gifted Children
iv. Methods of Teaching
v. Text Books

13. Work Experience :
i. Need and Importance
ii. Programmes at Different Stages
iii. Problems in Implementation

14. Social Education :
i. Adult Education
ii. A Challenge to Social Education
iii. Evaluation of the Recommendations

15. The Vocationalisation :
i. The Importance
ii. Recommendations of Commission
iii. Types of Courses
iv. Evaluation of the Recommendations

16. Language Issue :
i. Evolution of the Language Policy
ii. Three-language Formula
iii. Criticism of Recommendations

17. Planning and Financing :
i. Development of Human Resources
ii. Machinery for Manpower Planning
iii. Need for a Wider Perspective
iv. Importance of the Problem
v. Sources of Expenditure
vi. Suggestions to Finance Educational Programmes
vii. Evaluation of Recommendations

18. The Miscellaneous :
i. Basic Education
ii. Common School System
iii. Higher Education
iv. Public Schools
v. Religious and Moral Education
vi. School Building
vii. Women Education

19. The Backdrop :
i. Developmental Phase
ii. Macaulay's Minute on Education
iii. Woods' Despatch

20. Indian Education Commission :
i. Issues before the Commission
ii. Changing Syllabus
iii. Indian Universities Commission
iv. Resolution of Government
v. Indian Universities Act

21. National Education Movement :
i. Objective of the Council
ii. Gokhale's Bill
iii. Government Resolution
iv. Calcutta University Commission
v. Non-cooperation Movement
vi. Hartog Committee
vii. Government of India Act
viii. Abbott-Wood Report

22. Zakir Hussain Committee :
i. Sargent Report

23. University Education Commission :
i. Terms of Reference

24. Constitutional Basis of Education :
i. Art. 246-Seventh Schedule

25. Committee on Financing Educational Development :
i. Relationship between State Governments and Local Bodies in the Administration

26. Secondary Education Commission :
i. Pattern of Secondary Education
ii. Curriculum Construction
iii. Curriculum at Higher Secondary Level
iv. Basic Education
v. The Concept
vi. Education for Life
vii. Assessment Committee on Basic Education

27. Sanskrit Commission
28. Rural Education Committee :
i. Integration of Post-basic and Multipurpose Schools

29. National Committee on Women's Education :
i. The Recommendations
ii. Other Recommendations

30. Seminar on Basic Education :
i. Committee on Religious and Moral Instruction
ii. Committee on Student Discipline
iii. Panel on Higher Secondary School Builings

31. Committee on Emotional Integration :
i. Committee on Co-ordinations of Physical Education
ii. Committee on Child Care
iii. Indian Parliamentary and Scientific Committee
iv. Committee on Differentiation of Curricula
v. Panel on Science Education in the Secondary Schools
vi. Committee on Girls Education and Public Cooperation

32. Committee on School Text Books :
i. Education Commission
ii. School Curriculum
iii. Three-language Formula
iv. Work Experience
v. Remuneration of Teachers

33. National Policy on Education :
i. Working Party on Educational Planning
ii. Seminar on Institutional Planning
iii. Essentials of Institutional Planning
iv. Major Areas of Institutional Planning
v. Planning and Implementation
vi. The Implementations

34. All India Conference on Educational and Vocational Guidance :
i. Role of NCERT
ii. National Seminar on Population Education
iii. Study Group on Supervision and Inspection
iv. Committee on Rural Higher Education
v. Committee on Audio-Visual Aids in Higher Education

35. Gandhian Values in Education :
i. National Seminar on District Education Officers
ii. National Seminar on Primary Work

36. Seminar on Open University :
i. Committee on School Buildings

37. Committee on Examinations :
i. All India Conferene on Vocational Guidance and Testing (1971)
ii. Study Group on Training of District Education Officers (1972)
iii. Committee on Governance of Universities and Colleges (1969-73)
iv. Study Group on the Development of Pre-school Child (1972)
v. National Council on 10+2+3 Educational Structure (1973)

38. Committee on the Status of Women :
i. National Policy for Children
ii. Expert Group on Curriculum for the Ten-year School : a Frame Work (1975)
iii. Stage-wise Objectives
iv. Curriculum Committee on Higher Secondary Education and its Vocationalisation (1976)

39. Adult Education : a Policy Statement :
i. Policy Statement
ii. Review Committee (Ishwar Bhai Patel Committee) on the Curriculum for the Ten-year School (1977)
iii. Certain Recommendations
iv. Fourth All-India Educational Survey (1978)
v. National Review Committee on Higher Secondary Education (1978)

40. Vocationalised Spectrum and the Course Pattern :
i. Development of Higher Education in India : a Policy Frame Work (1978)
ii. Working Group on Autonomous Schools (1981)

41. National Commission on Teachers :
i. Uniform Pay Scales
ii. National Commission on Teachers II (1983-85)
iii. National Curriculum for Primary and Secondary Education-a Frame Work (1985)
iv. Emerging Concerns and Imperatives
v. Scheme of Studies and Time Allocation
vi. Challenges of Education-a Policy Perspective (1985)

42. National Policy on Education (1986) :
i. Programme of Action 1986
ii. Contents of the Programme of Action
iii. Committee on Revision of Pay Scales of Teachers in Universities and Colleges (1983-86)
iv. Pay Scales
v. Committee on Revision of Pay Scales of Librarians and Directors of Physical Education in Universities and Colleges (1983-86)
vi. Pay Scales of Librarians
vii. Pay Scale of Director of Physical Instruction
viii. National Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary Education (1988)
ix. Core Components
x. National Expert Committee on Grades for Technical Teachers and Action (1988)

43. National Literacy Mission-NLM (1988) :
i. Norms Prescribed
ii. Committee on Accrediation and Assessment Council (1988)
iii. Fifth All India Educational Survey (1986)
iv. Gnanam Committee towards New Educational Management (1987-90)
v. Ramamurti Review Committee (1990)
vi. Janardhana Reddy Committee (1992)
vii. Extracts

44. Revised National Policy on Education (1992) :
i. Education in Five Year Plans
ii. Eight Five Year Plan (1992-97)
iii. Universalisation of Elementary Education
iv. Teacher Education
v. Adult Education
vi. Secondary Education
vii. Vocational Education
viii. University and Higher Education
ix. Other Programmes
x. Language Development Scholarships
xi. UGC Committee on Funding of Higher Education (1992-93)
xii. Learning without Burden : Reports (1993)
xiii. Cabe Committee on Decentralised Management of Education (1993)
xiv. The Progress of Indian States (1995)
xv. Report of IIT Synergy Subgroup (1995)

45. Primary Education Constitutional Amendment :
i. Education Guarantee Scheme-1999
ii. Subhash Chandra Bose National Literacy Mission-2000
iii. Universal Education Mission-2000
iv. Millennium Programme
v. National Literacy Rate-2001
vi. District Primary Education Programme (DPEP)
vii. Lok Jaumbish
viii. National Programme of Nutritional Support to Primary Education
ix. National Council for Teacher Education
x. National Council of Rural Institute
xi. 83rd Constitutional Amendment (2000)

46. National Open School :
i. Integrated Education for Disabled Children
ii. Navodaya Vidyalaya
iii. Educational Technology Programme
iv. Improvement of Science Education
v. Environmental Orientation
vi. Computer Education
vii. National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)
viii. University and Higher Education
ix. Special Research Organisations

47. Prominent Institutions :
i. Indira Gandhi National Open University
ii. University Grants Commission
iii. National Book Trust
iv. Sahitya Akademi
v. Manuscript Libraries