Various Educational Commissions and Its Recommendations After Independence Period

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VARIOUS EDUCATIONAL COMMISSIONS AND ITS RECOMMENDATIONS AFTER INDEPENDENCE PERIOD
A ASSIGNMENT OF TEACHER EDUCATION
Submitted To
PROF. Dr RAJENDRA PRASAD
DEPT OF EDUCATION
KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY
By
G.RENUKA HALL TICKET NO: 11000E1022 Master of education (1st semister)

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
(Department of education)
KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY
WARANGAL
A.P, INDIA

S NO | CONTENTS | PG NO | 01 | INTRODUCTION | 03 | 02 | Meaning and nature of teacher education | 03 | 03 | Teacher education after post independence | 04 | | The university education commission 1948-49 and recommendations | 05 | | The secondary education commission 1352-53
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The Plan Period in fifties In 1950 the first conference of Training Colleges in India was held at Baroda and exchange of ideas took place. The conference discussed programmes and functions of the training colleges. In the following year, i.e. 1951, the second All India Conference was held at Mysore. It discussed the teacher training programme in a broader perspective and suggested substituting the term "Education" for "Training" and widened its scope. In the same year, a six-week summer course in education was organized for college teachers at Mysore. The syllabi in teacher education were revised, new areas of specialization added, and practical work improved. There was a spurt of work-shops, seminars and conference on teacher education.

RECOMMENDATIONS * To teach that life has a meaning. * To awaken the innate ability to live a meaningful life in all aspects by developing wisdom. * To acquaint with the social philosophy this should
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