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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at Aligarh Muslim University

Resource Person – Prof (retd.) Madhu Prasad, Dr. Zakir Hussain College, DU. As New Education policy is being drafted by GoI and suggestions are being invited from individuals and organizations for making a good draft of the policy and the same may be passed from Parliament of India. There are 33 themes- 13 themes for School education and 20 themes for higher education. RTE Act 2009 came into existence in 2010 and there is no mention of this Act in the Draft of New Education Policy. As per RTE Act 2009, 25 % free seats are to be provided to …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at University of Rajasthan

Resource Persons – Dr. Sweta Gupta, Department of Education, University of Rajasthan Dr. A.V.S. Madnawat, Department of Psychology, University of Rajasthan Important Points – Education policy is a new style of discrimination not value based education. In rural area 90% of the students studied in govt. schools but now only 30-35% students at govt. school. Education should develop skill in students and provide service and idea for society. Students spend their energy for jobs and exams till 30-35 years. Let UGC, AICTE, NCTE, ICSSR and all such APEX body of higher education prepare in national level agenda in construction with …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at Srinivas College, Mangalore

Resource Person – Dr. Niranjanaradhya, National law School, Bangalore Students Islamic Organisation of India had organised a program “Shiksha Samvad” to discuss on the new education policy to be framed by central government at Srinivas College, Mangalore. Speaking on the occasion, resource person Dr. Niranjanaradhya said, new national education policy should be framed based on the constitutional values i.e., Equality and justice rather on any political ideology. He expressed concern that still government has not implemented national curriculum framework properly in the country and also still there is lot of inequality in our education system because of privatization. He also …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at Ahmadabad, Gujarat

Resource Person – Prof. Vidyut Joshi, former Vice Chancellor, Bhavnagar University Students Islamic Organization of India had organized a program “Shiksha Samvad” to discuss on the new education policy to be framed by central government at SIO Gujarat Suffa hall, Ahmadabad. • Initially he gave one word on New Education policy is that “Sarv Samaveshak”. • Need to address specific in Gujarat state has 18000 villages and 14000 Govt. schools with quality education and also need to address by Govt. what type of human should be produced. • He indicates four pillars of education: 1. To know 2. To Do …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at Nagpur

Resource persons – Mr. Jaspal Singh, Principal Guru Nanak College, Nagpur Mr. Sahid Shareef, Chairman of RTE Action Committee, Nagpur On 25th of October, 2015, SIO Maharashtra North organized a table talk to discuss the educational policy put forth by the MHRD in the city of Nagpur. The program was started by the tilawat-e-Quran i.e.; recitation of Quran by Br Siddique. Later to throw some light on the topic Br Thouseef Madikeri (National Secretary SIO of India) introduced the topic to the cadre and presented his views on the new educational policy. He highlighted the importance of it and while …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at University of Davangere

Resource Person – Dr. Sukumara Gowda, Director, Centre for Studies in Education, Makkala Mantapa, Puttur SIO Davangere has organized an “Interactive Workshop on Upcoming New Education Policy” (Shiksha Samvad) in collaboration with MSW Department, Davangere University & AIFRTE on 15th October 2015 @ Davangere University, Davangere. Five common orientations to curriculum are • The development of cognitive processes • Curriculum as technology • Self actualization or curriculum as consummatory experience • Curriculum for social reconstruction-relevance • Academic rationalism The long term goals of school curriculum, for example, ability to think clearly and independently, develop scientific temper, citizenship, social competence and …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at Ranchi, Jharkhand

Resource Person – Prof. GVR Prasad, Former Principal, DIET, Ranchi, Jharkhand Important Points – Only 63% of Govt. schools have a pupil – teacher ratio as per RTE norms (30:1 primary, 35:1 upper primary). Prescribed norm had to be reached by March 2015. We have shortage of trained teachers as well as training institutes. There 6 lakh posts of teachers vacant under SSA. Recruitment of teachers is the urgent need. All citizens of India should have equal access to education. The specific needs of the disadvantaged sections of the society ought to be met through the education. The process of …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at Assam

Resource Person – Dr. Hifzurrahman, Principal, Shashi Bhusan College of Education, Hailakandi, Assam SIO South Assam Zone Organised a symposium titled ‘Shiksha Samvad’ on 20th October 2015 at Hailakandi Junior Science College in Hailakandi District of Assam. The event was a part of the nationwide symposiums and seminars organised by SIO about the upcoming education policy of the Central Govt. The objective of the symposium was to discuss about the new education policy of Govt. of India. The guests present in the program were Thouseef Ahmed Madikeri, National Secretary, SIO, Dr. Hifjur Rahman, eminent educationist & Nirmal Das, Human Rights …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at Kolkata

Resource Persons – Prof. Muktipada Sinha, Dept. of Education, Jadavpur University Prof. Afsar Ali, AJC Bose College, Kolkata Important Points – Our education system is oriented for only 6 – 10% students. Learning to live together was not fulfilled. The communal violence is common in India. Our Education system includes No detention policy, outdated syllabus, Mid-day-meal etc but no quality. The rationale behind no detention policy is not being justified. Hence there is no quality. So the demand for private institution is growing. This is creating a huge discrimination in society. Mythology is being incorporated in the name of history. …

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SHIKSHA SAMVAD at Lucknow

Resource Person – Prof. Ruprekha Verma, Former, Vice Chancellor, University of Lucknow Prof. Ruprekha Verma in her presentation on New Education Policy 2015 said that more than half of the population of our country is based on students while policies are made by selected people which are benefiting only few people. She criticized the closure of government schools and the financial aid which is given to private institutions in the name of 25% reservation through RTE. She said that through this financial aid Government should develop public school. She added that new education policy should not include political ideology rather …

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