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Teacher in Emerging Indian Society

Teacher in Emerging Indian Society

  • Express Learning
  • Author: Express Learning
    • ISBN:9788131771570
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131771571
    • Price:Rs. 179.00
    • Pages:360
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


    Teacher in Emerging Indian Society follows a question-answer format, and covers the latest syllabus prescribed by the UGC for this subject. The book covers all the major topics within this paper, including emerging educational scenarios, pragmatism and education, and agencies of socialization and education, among others. Special care has been taken to include a variety of questions in this book, and students can practice long answer questions, short answer questions and multiple choice questions according to the latest exam pattern. This book is useful for the students pursuing B.Ed. and B.El.Ed. as well as practicing teachers.

    Table of Content

    1. Emerging Educational Scenario
    2. Education, Functions & Aims
    3. Prominent Western Contributors to Educational Thought
    4. Philosophy and Education
    5. Realism and Education
    6. Idealism, Advaita Vedanta and Education
    7. Naturalism, Tagore and Education
    8. Pragmatism and Education
    9. Jainism, Buddhism and Modern Humanism
    10. Mahatma Gandhi
    11. Sri Aurobindo
    12. Froebel & Montessori
    13. Our Constitution and Education
    14. Education and Human Resource Development
    15. Secularism and Education
    16. Education as an integrative process
    17. Sociological bases of Education
    18. Agencies of Socialization and Education
    19. Education and Social change
    20. Influence of religions on Education (Hinduism, Vedanta, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Christianity and Islam)  
    21. Means of Human upliftment and Communication
    22. New Social order and Social education
    23. Early childhood care and education
    24. Education and Human Rights of the child
    25. National Youth programme and Human Resource Development

    Salient Features

    • Written according to the latest pattern prescribed by UGC
    • Multiple choice questions, Long answer questions , short answer questions, fill in the blanks
    • Student-friendly language