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

1953

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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 Commission and for the manner in which every possible co-operation was extended in the work that it had undertaken. [...] We recognise that Secondary Education is mainly the cocern of the States but in view of its impact on the life of the country as a whole both in the field of culture and technical efficiency the Central Government cannot divest itself of the responsibility to improve its standards and to relate it intelligently to the larger problems of national life. [...] The origin of the system of education which is prevalent today can be traced to the beginning of the nineteenth century when the Goverment of the day had surveys made of the then prevalent systems of education with a view 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. [...] In the first place the scope of Basic Education as defined in the Report of the Zakir Husain Committee and the subsequent Reports of the Central Advisory Board of Education covers not only the stage of primary education as generally understood in India but also a part of secondary education.

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Frontmatter i-viii unknown

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Chapter I.Introductory 1-8 unknown

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Chapter II.Appraisal of the Existing Situation 9-19 unknown

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Chapter III.Reorientation of Aims and Objectives 20-29 unknown

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Chapter IV.New Organisational Pattern of Secondary Education 30-58 unknown

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Chapter V.Study of Languages 59-73 unknown

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Chapter VI.Curriculum in Secondary Schools 74-101 unknown

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Chapter VII.Dynamic Methods of Teaching 102-118 unknown

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Chapter VIII. The Education of Character 119-130 unknown

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Chapter IX. Guidance and Counselling in Secondary Schools 131-135 unknown

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Chapter X. The Physical Welfare of Students 136-143 unknown

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Chapter XI. A New Approach to Examination and Evaluation 144-154 unknown

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Chapter XII. Improvement of the Teaching Personnel 155-176 unknown

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Chapter XIII. Problems of Administration 177-207 unknown

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Chapter XIV. Finance 208-215 unknown

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Chapter XV. The Secondary School as We Visualize it 216-224 unknown

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Conclusion 225-229 unknown

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Summary of Recommendations 230-244 unknown

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Appendices 245-309 unknown

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Backmatter i-iii unknown

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education

Pages
320
SARF Document ID
sarf.145940

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