UNIVERSITY EDUCATION COMMISSION

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WELCOME:

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introduction:

introduction Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity. — Aristotle

EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION’S REPORT  :

EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION’S REPORT     UNIVERSITY EDUCATION COMMISSION (1948 -49)

introduction:

introduction UNIVERSITY EDUCATION COMMISSION (1948-49)

Appointment of commission:

Appointment of commission Govt. of India appointed UEC on 4 th NOVEMBER, 1948 under the chairmanship of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan.This commission also called Radhakrishnan commission. The commission submitted its report in AUGUST 1949

MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION:

MEMBERS OF THE 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 Tiger Shri Nirmal Kumar Sidhanta

Terms and reference:

Terms and reference Aims and objectives of university education and research Change considered necessary and desirable Finance of university Maintenance of highest standards of teaching and examinations Maintenance of balance between science and humanities Medium of instruction Provision of advance study in Indian culture, history, literature, languages and philosophy Need of more universities

Cont…….:

Cont……. Organization of advanced research in all branches Religious instructions in universities Teacher qualifications, conditions of service,salaries,functions and encouragement of original research Discipline of students,hostels,organization of tutorial and other matter essential for complete enquiry into all aspects of university education and research

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION:

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION CONT……:

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION CONT…… TRAINING FOR LEADERSHIP PRESERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION DEVELOPMENT OF NEW IDEAS

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION CONT……:

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION CONT…… DEVELOPMENT OF CONSCIOUSNESS AIMS OF SOCIAL ORDER

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION CONT……:

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION CONT…… LOVE FOR HIGHER VALUES OF LIFE DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS

TEACHING STANDARDS:

TEACHING STANDARDS STANDARD OF ADMISSION FIXING THE NUMBER OF FACULTY TEACHER CURRICULUM EXAMINATION PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION RELIGIOUS EDUCATION WOMEN EDUCATION RURAL EDUCATION

TEACHING STANDARDS CONT…..:

TEACHING STANDARDS CONT….. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION STUDENTS WELFARE ADMINISTRATION FINANCE

Standard of admission:

Standard of admission After completion of 12yr study Well equipped colleges and well staff intermediate colleges Occupational institutions

Fixing the number of faculty:

Fixing the number of faculty Fixing the no. of Arts & Science faculties of teaching university at 3000 & in affiliated college at 1500 Increasing working days to 180days No prescribed books Compulsory Attendance Availability of tutorials Improvements in Libraries & Laboratories

Teaching staff:

Teaching staff Importance of Teacher Promotion on ground of merit Provident fund Accommodation Age of retirement can be up to 64 instead of 60 Study leave Working hours- 18 periods of a week including tutorial classes

curriculum:

curriculum Reorganization of courses Phases of education -General Education -Liberal Education -Occupational Education Post-graduate teaching and research Ph. D. Degree programmers Research training & Research Dept.

EXAMINATION:

EXAMINATION Credit for class work One third marks allotted to each subject for work done during the course Division of rank No grace mark Viva-voce examination

Professional education:

Professional education

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION:

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Silent meditation Biographies of religious leader Essential for all the religions

Women education:

Women education Same facilities to the women colleges Reservation of seats Co-educational colleges Education for home economics & home management Rights & Duties

Rural education:

Rural education Undergraduate resident colleges Separate teaching staff & facilities Vocational training Free computer Education

MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION:

MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION For higher education regional languages with option of federal languages Federal languages for Degree colleges & Universities English should be studied in all level for ever-growing knowledge

Students welfare:

Students welfare Thorough Physical Examination at the time of admission & at least once a year University must have hospital and health services Sanitary inspection Compulsory physical training N. C. C. Training Student union should free from political motives & activities Social service encouraged Dean office should be in the campus

Administration and finance:

Administration and finance University Grand Commission be set up for the allocation of grants. Central Govt. responsibility Adoption of national policies

Organizational set-up:

Organizational set-up THE VISITOR the chancellor THE VICE-CHANCELLOR THE SENATE(COURT) THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (SYANDICATE) THE ACADEMIC COUNCIL

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THE FACULTIES THE BOARDS OF STUDIES THE FINANCE COMMITTEE THE SELECTION COMMITTEE

IMPACT OF UEC ON INDIAN EDUCATION:

IMPACT OF UEC ON INDIAN EDUCATION FOR THE FIRST TIME AIMS & OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION DEFINED IMPROVEMENT OF TEACHING STANDARDS IMPROVEMENT IN CURRICULUM PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION ADVOCATED INCREASED FACILITIES FOR POST-GRADUATE TEACHING & RESEARCH IMPROVEMENT IN POSITION & STATUS OF TEACHER IMPROVEMENT IN EXAMINATIONS

IMPACT OF UEC ON INDIAN EDUCATION CONT…..:

IMPACT OF UEC ON INDIAN EDUCATION CONT….. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION ADVOCATED WOMEN EDUCATION PROMOTED RURAL EDUCATION EMPHASIZED MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION TO BE INDIAN LANGUAGES CASUAL SUGGESTIONS IN REGARD TO MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION EDUCATION IN FINE ARTS IGNORED

Development of nursing education in india :post- independence:

Development of nursing education in india :post- independence Establishment of INC in 1949 STATE REGISTRATION COUNCIL RECOMMENDATIONS OF VARIOUS COMMITTEES PERTAINING TO NURSING EDUCATION

Establishment of INC in 1949 :

Establishment of INC in 1949 PURPOSES:- TO SET STANDARDS & TO REGULATE THE NURSING EDUCATION TO PRESCRIBE AND SPECIFY MINIMUM REQUIREMENT FOR QUALIFYING A PARTICULAR COURSE IN NURSING ADVISORY ROLE IN THE STATE NURSING COUNCIL TO COLLABORATE WITH STATE NURSING COUNCILS, SCHOOLS & COLLEGES OF NSG EXAM BOARD

STATE REGISTRATION COUNCIL:

STATE REGISTRATION COUNCIL PURPOSES:- INSPECT & ACCREDIT SCHOOLS OF NURSING IN THEIR STATE CONDUCT THE EXAMINATIONS PRESCRIBE RULES OF CONDUCT MAINTAIN REGISTERS OF NURSES, MIDWIVES, ANM AND HEALTH VISITORS IN THE STATE

RECOMMENDATIONS OF VARIOUS COMMITTEES PERTAINING TO NURSING EDUCATION :

RECOMMENDATIONS OF VARIOUS COMMITTEES PERTAINING TO NURSING EDUCATION HEALTH SURVEY & DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE( BHORE COMMITTEE 1946) STETTY COMMITTEE 1954 HEALTH SURVEY & PLANNING COMMITTEE( MUDALIAR COMMITTEE 1959-61) MUKHERJEE COMMITTEE (1966) KARTAR SINGH COMMITTEE (1972-73) SAROJINI VARADAPPAN COMMITTEE(1990) WORKING GROUP ON NURSING EDUCATION & MANPOWER (1991)

CURRENT EDUCATIONAL PATTERNS IN NURSING:

CURRENT EDUCATIONAL PATTERNS IN NURSING NON UNIVERSITY PROGRAMME BASIC- ANM, GNM ADVANCE POST-CERTIFICATE DIPLOMA UNIVERSITY PROGRAMME BASIC-BSc (NSG) POST BASIC BSc (REGULAR) POST BASIC BSc (NSG) IGNOU ADVANCE MSc (NSG) M.Phil Ph.D

Recent status of higher education in india:

Recent status of higher education in india

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Cont… INDIRA GANDHI SCHOLARSHIP FOR SINGLE GIRL CHILD FOR PURSUING HIGHER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION To support higher education through scholarships to such girls who happen to be the only child in their families and also to promote small family norms. Girls students up to the age of 30yrs at the time of admission of post graduate courses are only eligible. The scholarship amount is @Rs. 2000/ -p.m. for 20months

SUMMARIZATION:

SUMMARIZATION APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSION MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION TERMS & REFERENCE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION TEACHING STANDARDS IMPACT OF UEC ON INDIAN EDUCATION NURSING EDUCATION: POST INDEPENDENCE Recent status of higher education in india

CONCLUSION:

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.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

BIBLIOGRAPHY Aggarwal, J.C.: Landmarks in the History of Modern Indian Education. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi. Revised Edition, 1993. Aggarwal, J.C.: Development and Planning of Modern Education. Vani Educational Books, New Delhi. Edition 1985. Chaube, S.P.: History and Problems of Indian Education, Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra 2. Second Edition, 1988. Rawat, P.L.: History of Indian Education, Ram Prasad and Sons, Agra-3. Safaya, R.N.: Current Problems in Indian Education. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Delhi, 9th Edition, 1983. Saikia, Dr. Siddheswar(1998): History of Education in India, Mani Manik Prakash WWW.GOOGLE.COM

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