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Edit Comment Close By: nsraju24 (36 month(s) ago) this presentation is really good Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: University Education Commission (1948-49) GURKIRAT KAUR Slide 2: Govt. of India appointed UEC on November 4, 1948 Under the chairmanship of Dr. Sarvapali Radhakrishnan Commission also called Radhakrishnan Commission APPOINTMENT OF THE COMMISSION Slide 3: To report on Indian University Education and suggest improvements That may be desirable to suit present And future needs of the country WHY COMMISSION APPOINTED? Slide 4: SUBMISSION OF REPORT Commission submitted its report in August 1949 Slide 5: MEMBERS OF COMMISSION Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan (Chairman) Dr. Tara Chand Dr. Zakir Hussain Dr. A. Lakshmanswami Mudaliar Sir James F. Tuff Dr. Arthur Dr. Megh Nath Saha Dr. Karm Narayan Bahl Dr. John J. Tigert Shri Nirmal Kumar Sidhanta Slide 6: TERMS OF REFERENCE Aims and Objectives of University Education and Research Changes considered necessary and desirable Finance of Universities Slide 7: TERMS OF REFERENCE (Contd..) Maintenance of Highest Standards of Teaching & Examinations Maintenance of Balance between Sciences & Humanities Medium of Instruction Slide 8: TERMS OF REFERENCE (Contd..) Provision of Advanced study in Indian culture, history, Literature, languages and philosophy Need of more universities Organization of Advanced Research in all branches Slide 9: TERMS OF REFERENCE (Contd..) Religious instruction in Universities Special problems of BHU, AMU and other of national character Slide 10: TERMS OF REFERENCE (Contd..) Teachers- qualifications, conditions of service, salaries, functions and encouragement of original research Discipline of students, Hostels, Organization of Tutorial and Any other matter essential for complete enquiry into all aspects of university education and research Slide 11: RECOMMENDATIONS OF COMMISSION Slide 12: Aims & Objectives of University Education Intellectual Adventure Integrated Way of Life Wisdom & Knowledge Slide 13: Aims & Objectives of University Education (Contd..) Training for Leadership Preservation and Development of Culture & Civilization Development of New Ideas Slide 14: Aims & Objectives of University Education (Contd..) Development of Consciousness Aim of Social Order Slide 15: Aims & Objectives of University Education (Contd..) Love for higher values Of life Discoveries & Inventions Slide 16: TEACHING STANDARDS STANDARD OF ADMISSION – After completion of 12 years of study WELL EQUIPPED COLLEGES OCCUPATIONAL INSTITUTES REFRESHER COURSES Slide 17: TEACHING STANDARDS (Contd..) FIXING THE NUMBER- of Arts & Science Faculties of teaching University at 3000 & in affiliated college at 1500 INCREASING WORKING DAYS- To 180 LECTURES, TUTORIALS & LIBRARY WORK NO PRESCRIBED TEXTBOOKS Slide 18: TEACHING STANDARDS (Contd..) COMPULSORY ATTENDENCE TUTORIAL INSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT IN LIBRARIES IMPROVEMENT IN LABORATORIES Slide 19: TEACHERS Importance of Teachers Responsibility of Teachers Unsatisfactory conditions of Teachers Slide 20: TEACHERS (Contd..) PROVIDENT FUND – 10% salary of teacher + 10% by university ACCOMODATION AGE OF RETIREMENT – can be upto 64 instead of 60 STUDY LEAVE – one year leave at a time & three years leave in total service Slide 21: TEACHERS (Contd..) WORKING HOURS – 18 periods a week including tutorial classes WORKING CONDITIONS Regular salaries Security of service Appointment of tribunal Slide 22: TEACHERS (Contd..) SALARY SCALES For University Teachers Professors 900-50-1350 per month Readers 600-30-900 per month Lecturers 300-25-900 per month Instructors 200-25-500 per month Research Fellow 250-25-500 per month Slide 23: TEACHERS (Contd..) SALARY SCALES (Contd..) For Teachers of Affiliated Colleges without Post Graduate Classes Principal 600-40-800 per month Senior Teacher 40-25-600 per month Lecturers 200-15-320-400 per month Slide 24: TEACHERS (Contd..) SALARY SCALES (Contd..) For Teachers of Post Graduate Degree Colleges Principal 800-50-1000 per month Senior Teachers 50-25-800 per month Lecturers 200-15-330-20-400-25-500 per month Slide 25: CURRICULUM REORGANISATION OF COURSES PHASES OF EDUCATION General Education Liberal Education Occupational Education Slide 26: CURRICULUM (Contd..) Life-centered general education No Over Specialization No Rigid Curriculum Emphasis on General Education Relations of general & special education Slide 27: CURRICULUM (Contd..) Courses of Study at Secondary Education Mother- Tongue English Classical/Modern Indian Languages General Sciences or Social Studies including Economics & Civics Any two of the following subjects- A Classical Language, Modern Indian Languages, Modern European Languages, Logic, Psychology, Music, Home Science, Science, Hygiene, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Accountancy, Business Method, Steno typing, Soil Science Slide 28: CURRICULUM (Contd..) Courses of Study at First Degree Level Federal Language/Classical/Modern Indian Language English For Arts students atleast two subjects- A Classical/a Modern Indian Language,English,French/German,History,Mathematics, Fine Arts, Philosophy,Geography, Economics,Political Science, Psychology, Sociology,Anthropology For Science students atleast two special subjects- Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology Slide 29: POST-GRADUATE TEACHING & RESEARCH Uniformity of Regulation – Pass graduate study for atleast 2 years and Honours graduate for atleast 1 year Personal Touch Ph.D. Degree – For atleast 2 years & Examination include a thesis and viva Slide 30: POST-GRADUATE TEACHING & RESEARCH (Contd..) Research Training & research Departments Research Fellowships Scholarships Teaching Personnel Fundamental Research D.Litt. And D.Sc. Degree Slide 31: EXAMINATIONS Credit for class work Periodical Examinations Selection of Examiners Marking under controlled conditions Uniform system of classification No grace marks Viva-voce examination Slide 32: PROFESSIONL EDUCATION Slide 33: AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION National Issue Highest Priority Personnel Rural Setting Strengthening of agricultural colleges Experimental farm Agricultural laboratories Indian Council of Agricultural Research An Institute of Agricultural Policy Slide 34: COMMERCE EDUCATION PRACTICAL WORK SPECIALISATION Slide 35: MEDICAL EDUCATION No. of students Special training Equipment Public health & nursing Researches Slide 36: ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION Nationalization More colleges Upgradation Diversified curriculum Higher researches Practical skill & knowledge Freedom Slide 37: LEGAL/LAW EDUCATION Recognition Reorganization Staff Admission No simultaneous courses Research facilities Teachers Slide 38: TEACHERS’ TRAINING More weightage to school practice Teachers Flexible courses M.Ed. Course Research Slide 39: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Silent meditation Biographies of religious leaders Essentials of all religions Essentials of religious philosophy Slide 40: WOMEN EDUCATION Type of Education Maximum facilities Education for home economics & home management Rights & duties Special facilities Teachers Slide 41: RURAL EDUCATION Rural universities No. of students All India Institute of Rural Education Aim Separate teachers Curriculum Research facilities Slide 42: MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION Development of Hindi Regional Languages- at higher education Regional Language/ Mother Tongue, National Language and English- at secondary & university level Development of Regional & Federal Languages Devnagri Script Importance of Sanskrit Teaching of English Slide 43: STUDENTS’ WELFARE Admission on Merit Scholarship on Merit Free Medical Examination Hospitals & Dispensaries Compulsory Physical Education Director of Physical Education Scheme of N.C.C. Social Service Slide 44: STUDENTS’ WELFARE (Contd..) Hostel Facilities Student Unions Discipline Corporate Life Dean of Students’ Welfare Advisory Board of Students’ Welfare Slide 45: ADMINISTRATION Concurrent List Limited Powers of Central Govt. University Grants Commission Recognition of Colleges Good Managing Committee Merging Govt. Colleges Slide 46: ADMINISTRATION (Contd..) Essentials for University Visitor- President of India Chancellor-Governor of State Vice-Chancellor-whole time officer Syndicate Faculty Academic Council Senate Board of Studies Selection Committee Finance Committee Slide 47: FINANCE Cost- to be borne by State Govt. Recurring & Non-recurring Grants Other Financial Assistance Income Tax Concessions Slide 48: IMPACT OF UEC ON INDIAN EDUCATION For the First time Aims & Objectives of University Education Defined Improvement in Teaching Standards Improvement in Curriculum Professional Education Advocated Increased Facilities for Post-Graduate Teaching & Research Slide 49: IMPACT OF UEC ON INDIAN EDUCATION (Contd..) Improvement in Position & Status of Teachers Improvement in Examinations Religious Education Advocated Women Education Promoted Rural Education emphasized Medium of Instruction to be Indian Languages Slide 50: IMPACT OF UEC ON INDIAN EDUCATION (Contd..) Casual Suggestions in regard to Medium of Instruction Education in Fine Arts ignored Slide 51: CONCLUSION COMMISSION revolutionized the field of University Education and Universities in our country have done their job in better way if the recommendations of Commission were fully and properly implemented You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.