KOTHARI COMMISSION REPORT 1964-66 PDF

KOTHARI COMMISSION REPORT 1964-66 PDF

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 has to be entirely reformed and related to the ktohari, needs and aspirations of the people so that it may serve as a powerful tool of social, economic and cultural transformation.

Reddick served as special invitees of the sub groups. The Commission was appointed under provision of a resolution of the Government of India, dated 14th July, Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

Working Group on Educational Buildings This group had its focus on the educational oothari and had several construction and infrastructure experts among its fifteen members.

A higher education stage of 3 years or more for the first degree course followed by courses of varying durations for the second or research degrees. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. The group had ten women, S. An education system which does oothari renovate itself continuously, becomes out-dated and puts hindrance to progress. In the sphere of higher education and scientific research, the report strongly urged the necessity of rooting our science on indigenous ethos and priorities, maintaining highest autonomy in academic matters in our institutions of higher education, making our universities the arena of high-quality teaching and research, maintaining high efficiency in the utilization of scarce resources including that of our scientific manpower, selectively encouraging certain centres of excellence repot as to bring them at par with international institutions of repute and, above all, nurturing a value system in our scientific temperament, so that we draw nourishment from our rich cultural and spiritual heritage.

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The Indian members were K. The educational system up to master’s degree was categorized as first primary educationsecond secondary education up to XII and third levels of education higher studies. It received and scrutinized 2, Memorandum and notes.

It further classified the schooling as upper primary or higher primary and high school up to standard X.

REPORT OF THE EDUCATION COMMISSION 1964-66 D. S. KOTHARI REPORT

Rector, Jadavpur UniversityKkothari. Doraiswami secretary as its members. Board of Higher Secondary Education. Two languages one modern Indian language and one classical or foreign language Any three subjects from a one additional language, b History c Economics d Logic e geography f psychology g sociology h art i physics j chemistry k mathematics l biology m geology n home science Art Physical education Work experience Moral studies.

Unique Features of the Commission 2. Report of the Commission 5.

Education and Modernisation – The present society is the science – based society. This abstract may be abridged. Visvesvaraya and secretary, S. The other members were T. Developing Social, moral and Spiritual values.

No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. The unique features of the Education Commission were: The Commission spent about hundred days in visiting universities, colleges and schools and held discussions with teachers, educationists, administrators and students.

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Gopalaswami, Abdul Qadir, K. The Commission recommended a new structural pattern of education.

Athalye later replaced by S. This unit deals with the recommendations of the Kothari Education Commission in different aspects of education. It also opined that the vocationalisation will bring education into closer relationship with productivity. The group had its mandate to examine the recruitment and training of teaching and non teaching staff. Naik, Paul Neurath, S. 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.

Kothari and the commission secretary, J. Kothari, chairman of the U. The group had M. 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. Promoting social and National Integration — National and social integration is the precondition for the progress and development of a rrport. Task Force on Professional, Vocational and Technical Education The group trained its focus on the professional and vocational courses.

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Pakrashi, Grace Tucker, P. Describe the educational structure recommended by the commission. Jesudian, Shalini MogheA. The recommendations of these two commiwsion could not be succeeded in its full implementations. In its report the commission expressed its form belief that education is the most powerful instrument of national development.

Wadiwa and the secretary of ocmmission group, Gurbax Singh 196466 the members. Working Group on Pre-Primary Education This group was intended to work on the primary education and its standardization as the primary education till that time was unorganized with several different schools such as basic primary and Montessori systems in practice.

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A lower secondary stage of 3 or 2 years of general education or 1 to 3 years of vocational education. It also advised standardization of pay scales working under different managements such as government, private and local bodies. The programmes of educational reconstructions proposed in this Report fall into three broad categories — commiesion Internal transformation of the educational system so as to relate it to the life, needs and aspirations rport the nation.

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