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1An overview of the INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM Dr. Saurav Goel - PhD (Engineering)Lecturer at Queen’s University, Belfast,United Kingdom
2Contents Education system of ancient India Vedic Universities Pre-independence education system (British Rule)Post-independence education system (1947 onwards)Basic school educationHigher educationNew developments
4A SCHOOLING UNIQUE TO INDIA THE GURUKUL SYSTEMA SCHOOLING UNIQUE TO INDIA
5THE GURUKUL SYSTEMGurukul (ashram) was a type of school in India, residential in nature, with pupils living in proximity to the teacher (guru).In a gurukul, students would reside together as equals, irrespective of their social standing, learnt from the guru and distribute work in themselves to help the guru in his day-to-day life.At the end of studies, pupil would be ready to offer gurudakshina (one time fees) to the guru. The gurudakshina is a traditional gesture of acknowledgment, respect and thanks.
7NALANDA UNIVERSITYNalanda is the name of an ancient university in Bihar, Indiawhich was a Buddhist center of learning from 427 CE (AD) to 1197 CE (AD). It has been called as "one of the first great universities” in recorded history.
9IMPACT OF BRITISHERS ON THE INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
10Since English was increasingly being employed as the language of instruction, during 1852–1853 petitions were sent to the British Parliament in support of both establishing and adequately funding university education in India which resulted in the Education Dispatch of July 1854 which helped in shaping the Indian education system .
11THE BRITISHERS :Established a Department of Public Instruction in each province of British India.Established teacher-training schools for all levels of instruction.Increased the number of Government colleges ,vernacular schools and high-schools .The Department of Public Instruction was in place by By 1857 a number of universities were established modeled on the University of London.Educational reforms in the early 20th century led towards the nationalisation of many universities.
13India's first education minister recommended strong central government control over education throughout the country, with a uniform educational system and introduced right to education.
14RIGHT TO EDUCATIONEvery child between the ages of 6 to 14 years has the right to free and compulsory education. The government schools shall provide free education to all the children. Private schools shall admit at least 25% of the children in their schools without any fee.
16The Indian government lays great emphasis on primary education up to the age of fourteen years (referred to as Elementary Education in India.) The Indian government has also banned child labour in order to ensure that any children do get an opportunity to nurture.
17NCERT is an autonomous body fully funded by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) The NCERT was established in It functions as a resource centre in the field of school education and teacher education. Publication of school textbooks and other educational material like teachers’ guides/manuals etc. are its major functions.
18There is a common educational structure (10+2+4) followed all over the country. Its similar to the USA but unlike to the one being followed in the UK
20HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA With Prof. Ian Hutchings (University of Cambridge)
21India's higher education system is the third largest in the world, after China and the United States.Some institutions of India, such as:Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) and (IISc)All India institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)Indian Institute of Management (IIMs)have been globally acclaimed for their standard of education.
28Delhi Chief Minister Ms. Sheila Dikshit launched the ‘Ladli’ Delhi Chief Minister Ms.Sheila Dikshit launched the ‘Ladli’. Under the scheme, the state government intends to deposit Rs.100,000 in the account of every girl child (belonging to a particular income group) by the time she attains the age of 18.As per the scheme, the government will deposit Rs.10,000 in the name of a girl child at the time of her birth and Rs.5,000 each at the time of admission to Class I, VI, IX, X and XII to encourage her education.EDUCATE THE GIRL CHILD
29GLOBAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMMES The online projects encourage students to collaborate ,cooperate and communicatewith the students all over the world. This use of cyber space has led to the globalisationof education.
30In the Words of Indian Government, We give them roots, we give them wingsAnd great joys from, little things,A hope that they will soar ,A hope that they will try,We are sure that one day ,Our children will learn to fly.