Kothari Commission is also known as the Indian Education commission was appointed by the government of India towards the end of the third five-year plan. This commission was headed by Dr. In order to remove the defects in the field of education, the government appoints a new education commission to advise the government on the national pattern of education along with general principles and policies for the development of education at all stages. This commission was built in under the guidance of the Indian Constitution.
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The holiest place on the earth is not a Temple or a Church or a Mosque but a School. The sacred person in the world is not a Priest or a Pope or a Moullabi but a Teacher.
Teacher was compared to a God and treated as a combination of the Trimurty Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswar as well as the supreme one i. According to the Indian culture a child receives his first physical birth from the parents and the second birth of the hands of the teacher. Teacher plays an important role as friend, philosopher guide and helper of the student.
The society places high hopes on a teacher. Keeping the importance of Teaching Profession an attempt has made through this study by the investigators to know the attitude of College teachers towards Teaching Profession in Cooch Behar District of West Bengal.
The present study was based on survey method, particularly, the normative survey research method. One hundred eighty teachers both male and female teaching in Social and General Science streams were taken as representative sample of the whole population. An attitude scale was used for collecting the data. It was found that, the attitude of College teachers of Cooch Behar district of West Bengal is neither more favourable nor unfavourable towards Teaching Profession i.
National Education Commission , popularly known as Kothari Commission , was an ad hoc commission set up by the Government of India to examine all aspects of the educational sector in India, to evolve a general pattern of education and to advise guidelines and policies for the development of education in India. The commission, under the chairmanship of Daulat Singh Kothari , was the sixth commission in India post independence and the first commission with comprehensive terms of reference on education. A panel of 20 consultants, selected from various parts of the world and deemed experts in education, was constituted for consultative assistance to the commission. The main front line activities were handled by nineteen task forces or working groups, each handling a specific area of activity. Task Force on Adult Education The group's main objective was the eradication of illiteracy by focusing on adult education. The group was composed of three foreign members, J. Jha, Abdul Qadir, G.
Kothari Education Commission (1964-66)
Kothari Commission (1964-66)
Among other objectives behind setting up of this Commission also included evolution of a general pattern of education. The commission, under the chairmanship of D. The main recommendations in the area of educational administration are as follows:. Strenuous efforts should be made for the early fulfillment of the Directive Principle under Article 45 of the Constitution seeking to provide free and compulsory education for all children up to the age of Suitable programs should be developed to reduce the prevailing wastage and stagnation in schools and to ensure that every child who is enrolled in school successfully completes the prescribed course. It is on his personal qualities and character, his educational qualifications and professional competence that the success of all educational endeavour must ultimately depend. Teachers must, therefore, be accorded an honoured place in society.
The holiest place on the earth is not a Temple or a Church or a Mosque but a School. The sacred person in the world is not a Priest or a Pope or a Moullabi but a Teacher. Teacher was compared to a God and treated as a combination of the Trimurty Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswar as well as the supreme one i. According to the Indian culture a child receives his first physical birth from the parents and the second birth of the hands of the teacher. Teacher plays an important role as friend, philosopher guide and helper of the student.