છંદ ભાગ ૪ – GIET દ્વારા જાહેર કરાયેલ વિડીયો

Every primary school (primary school + middle school) in India has to adhere to these norms to maintain the minimum standards set by the Right to Education Act.
Children who are unable to go to school on time due to any reason, there is also a rule to admit them in the appropriate class.
It also appoints trained teachers.
Conclusion

 

વિડીયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો

It makes provision for the development of curriculum according to the values ​​enshrined in the Constitution. and is committed to the holistic development of the child, to hone the child’s knowledge, potential and talent and to free the child from fear, hurt and anxiety through child friendly system and child centered knowledge system.

 

Our country has been the center of education since ancient times. Education in India has a rich and interesting history. It is believed that in the ancient days, education was given orally by sages and scholars and information was transmitted from one generation to another.

After the development of letters, it took the form of writing using palm leaves and tree bark. It also helped in the spread of written literature. Temples and community centers formed the role of schools. Later, the Gurukul system of education came into existence.

 

Education plays an important role in the society. Education itself creates our knowledge, transfers it to the students and promotes new knowledge. Modernization is a process of socio-cultural change. It is a chain of change involving values, norms, institutions and structures. According to the sociological point of view, education is not according to the individual needs of the individual, but it arises out of the needs of the society of which the individual is a member.

 

In a stable society, the main function of the educational system is to pass on the cultural heritage to the new generations. But in a changing society, its nature keeps changing from generation to generation and in such a society the educational system should not only be taken as cultural heritage but also help in preparing the youth to adjust to the changes in them. And this lays the foundation for future possibilities.

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