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Development and Planning of Modern Education, 9/e

Development and Planning of Modern Education, 9/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125925316
  • 612 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5 X 8.5 inches
  • Book 595.00


Published in the silver jubilee year of its existence the ninth edition of this book has been thoroughly revised. Apart from the regular updating of information and statistics, throughout the book, two chapters have been totally rewritten as ‘Education in the Tenth Five Year Plan’ and ‘Resent Initiatives in Educational Development in India’, and one new has been added, namely ‘Comparative Data on the Development of Education’. Updating has been done using the following publications: (i) The State of the World’s Children 2007, UNICEF; and (ii) Elementary Education in India-Progress towards UEE, NUEPA. 2007, and the following publications of the Government of India: (i) Annual Report 2004-2005, UGC; (ii) Economic Survey 2006-2007, Ministry of Finance; (iii) India 2007, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting; (iv) Annual Report 2006-2007, Ministry of HRD; (v) Selected Educational Statistics 2004-2005, Ministry of HRD.
The book covers a wide range of issues and themes relating to development and planning of modern education so as to meet the challenges of the 21st century. It also provides an in-depth analysis of the efforts made to revitalize education.

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1. National Development, Modernisation and Education, 2. Constitutional Provisions of Indian Education, 3. Role of The Centre and States in Education, 4. Public and Private Enterprise in Education, 5. Local Administration and Educational Complexes, 6. Nursery/Pre-Primary Education, 7. Universalisation of Elementary Education (UEE), 8. Single Teacher School and Operation Blackboard, 9. Primary School Buildings, 10. Elementary Education: Qualitative Improvement and Recent Developments, 11. Basic Education, 12. Restructuring Secondary Education: Secondary Education Commission, 13. Education Commission 1964-66 or Kothari Commission, 14. 10+2+3 Pattern of Education, 15. Ishwarbhai Patel Review Committee, 16. Adiseshiah Report or Plus 2 National Review Committee, 17. Curriculum Reconstruction in India, 18. Vocationalisation of Education, 19. Public Schools and Common School Systems, 20. Language Policy, 21. Navodaya Vidyalayas: Pace-Setting Schools, 22. Higher Education, 23. Student Unrest, 24. Girls' and Women's Education, 25. Teacher Education, 26. Teachers' Status and Service Conditions, 27. Adult, Social and Continuing Education, 28. Adult Education and National Development, 29. Correspondence, Distance and Open Education, 30. Religious, Moral and Secular Values, 31. Population Education and Environmental Education, 32. Education for National and Emotional Integration, 33. Education for International Understanding, 34. Diverse Issues, 35. NPE, 1986 and Modified Policy, 1992, 36. Achievements and Failures of Educational Planning, 37. Educational Reforms in India: 21st Century, 38. Global View: Education for 21st Century, 39. Eighth Five Year Plan (1992-97), 40. Learning without Burden: Yash Pal Committee, 41. Decentralisation of Educational Planning: Panchayati Raj: Veerappa Report (1993), 42. Relevant Reports on Education, 43. Cultural, Educational and Socio-Economic Profile of North-East Region, 44. Fundamental Duties of Citizens: Verma Report (1999), 45. Ninth Five Year Plan on Education (1997-2002), 46. Education in the Tenth Five Year Plan (2002-2007), 47. National Curriculum Framework for School Education, 48. Census of India 2001 and Literacy, 49. Recent Initiatives in Educational Development in India, 50. Comparative Data on The Development of Education