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Appendix Copy of THE GUJARAT EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS COMMISSION BILL-2009 Authored by Kireet Joshi on Synthesis of Yoga and Allied Themes The New Synthesis of Yoga - An Introduction Varieties of Yogic Experience and Integral Realisation Significance of Indian Yoga - An Overview A Pilgrim's Quest for the Highest and the Best Synthesis of Yoga in the Veda Synthesis of Yoga in the Upanishads Th
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Schedule II Innovations related to Contents of Education Contents of education need to be innovated, keeping in view that there is a great need to develop profounder pedagogy in learning various subjects of study. I A great emphasis needs to be laid on learning languages. The following innovative ideas regarding learning of languages may be recommended: The mind should be accustomed first to notice the word thoroughly, its form, sound and sense; then to compare the form with other similar forms in the point of similarity and difference, thus forming the foundations of the grammatical sense; then to distinguish between the fine shades of sense of similar words
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Educational Innovations (A theme that demands central attention) I We may recall that the great struggle for freedom had, in its early moments of resurgence, placed national education as an essential aspect of its core Programme for achieving India's independence. Under the inspiring leadership of the greatest educationists, radical experiments were carried out. National education was visualized in its widest implications so as to foster both nationalism and internationalism, and the lessons learnt from the great systems of education that had developed in India since its ancient period as also from progressive experiments which have been carried out in mo
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Introduction Our system of education is the legacy of the colonial past. Sixty years have passed since we attained independence, but even though promised during the freedom struggle, we have not been able to change the system, except very marginally. There are, however, voices all around which demand radical changes in education. A study of this demand brings out one common cry; we want better education. Nobody will dispute with this demand. But disputes arise, when we try to define and give content to the phrase "Better Education". The theme of this book is that "Better Education", whatever it may mean, is not enough. The country needs a kind of
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INNOVATIONS IN EDUCATION Innovations In Education by Kireet Joshi The Mother's Institute of Research, New Delhi, mothersinstituteĀ® hotmail. com Ā© author All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form, or by any means, without written permission of the author or the publisher. First edition, 2011 ISBN: 978-81-909651-4-9 Published by: POPULAR MEDIA, Jhilmil Industrial Area, Delhi-110095 E: Pop
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Innovations The proposed innovations will be related chiefly to the quality of education. It has been increasingly acknowledged that our education system is deficient in many ways, but the deficiency in respect to quality is perhaps most deplorable and in need of urgent but careful repair. If we examine innovations which are being advocated in regard to the quality of education, they can be grouped in three categories: 1.Those related to aims of education; 2.Those related to contents of education; 3.Those related to pedagogy and methodology of education. We may formulate a list of these innovations and make relevant remarks. 1. Innovations related to ai
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Note: Suggestions for innovations in the Schedules I, II and III have been carefully pooled together from various sources and practical experiments which have been conducted in India and elsewhere. Further explorations and experiments will need to be conducted under the expert guidance of the Educational Commission for Innovations. New suggestions will be welcome. Schedule I Innovations related to Aims of Education 1.Aims of liberal education, vocational education and professional education need to be adequately addressed. For this purpose the following elements need to be harmonized: Promotion of liberal education with its emphasis on scientific knowledge and sc
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SCHEDULE III Innovations related to Methods and Processes of Education I Child-centered education is being increasingly advocated in all programmes of innovative methods of education. That education should aim at each student's ability to exceed the present boundaries of limitations may be regarded as one of the possible formulations of child-centered education. How to materialize or actualize child-centered education is a difficult task, and it can be facilitated only if we can pool together the results of great experiments connected with basic education or Nayi Talim, or with Swami Vivekenanda's message of man-making education, creative education conceived and