Right to Education Act 2009 : Major Issues and Challenges

Sudarshana Rana

Abstract


India remained a major centre for education of the world in the ancient and medieval period, however, during the British Raj, India's traditional system of knowledge was by and large destroyed and no other alternate system was created to fill this vacuum. In the Indian way of thinking, a human being is a positive asset and a precious national resource which needs to be cherished, nurtured and developed with tenderness and care, coupled with dynamism. Each individual's growth presents a different range of problems and requirements, at every stage from the womb to the tomb. The catalytic action of Education in this complex and dynamic growth process needs to be planned meticulously and executed with great sensitivity.


Full Text:

PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.

Comments on this article

View all comments
 |  Add comment



Locations of visitors to this page