cover image: Report of the Secondary Education Commission ( October 1952 - June 1953 )



Report of the Secondary Education Commission ( October 1952 - June 1953 )


Co-opted Members In most of the States which the Ccmmission visited the Government of the State concerned nominated a member of the Education Department or a prominent educationist of the State as a co-opted member during the Commission's tour in the particular state. [...] The Commission had the advantage of interviewing a large number of distiguished educationists members of Universities representatives of teachers' organizations representatives of managements high officials of the Deparment of Education and associated professions Ministers of the State and Centre and leading representatives of the public. [...] The Commission wishes to add that it is particularly grateful to the State Governments to the Ministers of Education and other Ministers of the States to the Directors of Public Instruction and to the Ministry of Education at the Centre for their ready willingness to assist the. [...] The origin 0-7 the system of education which is prevalent today can be traced to the beginning of the nineteend century when the Goverment of the clay hail surveys made of the then prevalent systems ci' education with a vf w to re-organising education to suit the needs of the times. [...] University Education Commission In the meantime in pursuance of the recommendations of the Central Advisory Board of Education and also of the Inter-University Board the Government of India appointed a University Education Comission in 1948 under the Chairmanship of Dr.
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Chapter I Introductory
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Chapter II Appraisal of the Existing Situation
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Chapter III Reorientation of Aims and Objectives
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Chapter IV New Organisational Pattern of Secondary Education
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Chapter V Study of Languages
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Chapter VI Curriculum in Secondary Schools
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Chapter VII Dynamic Methods of Teaching
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Chapter VIII The Education of Character
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Chapter IX Guidance and Counselling in Secondary Schools
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Chapter X The Physical Welfare of Students
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Chapter XI A New Approach to Examination and Evaluation
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Chapter XII Improvement of the Teaching Personnel
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Chapter XIII Problems of Administration
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Chapter XIV Finance
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Chapter XV The Secondary School as We Visualize It
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Summary of Recommendations
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