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|1||Primary Education in Dang District: A StudyAbstract – Dang district is a tribal area. The percentage of tribal people in this district is very high as much as 93.96%. Here tribal people live with their unique specialty. The geographical situation of this district in the main hindrance of many problems in importing primary education. The status of poverty in local people is very high which also lends to obstruction in development of primary education. Never the lacs being inspired by the two gems of Dang named Chhotubhai Nayak and Ghelibhai Nayak Welfare ‘Sarvodaya’. Some enthusiastic welfare of Dang has left no pairs to develop primary education. As a result of this Dang district is progressing step by step in the field to primary education. But the much is not satisfactory enough Innumerable problems are prevailing in Dang district yet. The researcher has decided to take up this study thinking that not it is the proper time to find out solutions of this problem.||Dr. Sitaram P. Deshmukh|
|2||Outline on Methodology of Educational ResearchAbstract – Research is systematic search for new knowledge. Knowledge is power; it purifies human life and improves its quality. NCERT has adopted a logo, which focuses knowledge, makes a man immortal. Research shows how to solve any problem scientifically. It is a careful enquiry through search of any kind of knowledge. It is a journey from known to unknown. It is a systematic effort to gain new knowledge in any kind of discipline. Curiosity is a natural gift to man and it forms the base of any kind of research. When research is intended to add new knowledge in the field of education or when it seeks solution of any educational problem then it becomes educational research. According to Mouly educational “research is the systematic application of scientific methods for solving educational problems”. In short educational research in its widest sense is nothing but cleansing of educational process & its ultimate aim is to enhance the quality of education.||Dr. Chhanabhai N. Bhinsra|
|3||A Study of Mental Health of Secondary Schools’ Students in Context to Certain VariablesAbstract – Present Study has been done to know about mental health of secondary schools students in context to gender. For the present study gender consider as variables. Total 783 Boys and 591 Girls from secondary schools were selected from north Gujarat region. To know about mental health of secondary schools students; standardize Mental Health Test were used as tool. On the basis of the score obtain by the students mean, standard deviation, standard error of mean and t-values were calculated for data analysis. Effect of gender was found significantly.||Yogeshkumar S. Patel|
|4||Views on New Education Policy framework-2016 with Regard to Restoration of Detention Policy between Class Six to Nine, Merger and Consolidation of SchoolsAbstract – This paper provides views on the inputs of draft-New Indian Education Policy frame work-2016 with regard to restoration of Detention Policy between Class Six to Nine, Merger and consolidation of Schools. Now a day’s such kind of detention policy cannot be worked out. The Class Teacher, or the Head master cannot detain a student, the student, and the parent also will not accept their decision. If merger is taken place, that will give room only for private schools to establish its root further strongly. This policy can be viewed as a indirect motivation towards privatisation.||Dr. S. Venkataraman|
|5||Higher Education in India-the Changing ScenarioAbstract – In India, the system of higher education has grown in a remarkable way, particularly in the postindependence period, to become one of the largest systems of its kind in the world. But the system has many issues of concern at present. In the present article investigator has tried to focus on the present scenario and privatization of higher education. As we know that in India in ancient time the flourishing of higher education at Nalanda, Takshashila , Ujjain and Vikramshila universities but the current system of education with its western style and content, was introduced and founded by the British. We live in a period of rapid change in higher education, a period when we can learn much from the experience of others. The main change is privatization of higher education. It has its two different dimensions but overall it is beneficiary. In short, higher education has gone global but with a variety, of accents.||Dr. Rupam B. Upadhyaya|
|6||Job Commitment of Teacher Trainees of B.Ed. CollegeAbstract – The teachers in India constitute one of the third largest service sectors. Teacher education is no longer a training progression but an education line of attack for enabling teachers to teach and apprehension for their welfare. NCTE (1988) has pointed out that teacher education programme shall focal point on competencies and commitment in much greater importance. It calls for bringing out a revolution in teacher preparation strategies. This large work force needs to appropriate training and orientation. Presently, India is having a large number of institutions for teacher education. More than 2,500 elementary teacher education institutions, colleges of teacher education and departments of education are engaged with number of students in teacher training. According to NCERT and university course there are varieties types of learning experience give to the teacher trainee at college level in peer group by teacher educator during the teacher education preparation.||Dr. Nileshkumar B. Gajjar|
|7||Gross Enrolment Ratios in Secondary and Higher Secondary Education of IndiaAbstract – The number of Secondary Schools/Sections (Classes IX & X) and Higher Secondary Schools/Sections (Classes XI-XII) has increased from 126,047 in 2000-01 to 237,111 in 2013-14. The expansion of Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools/Sections has resulted in Considerable increase in enrolment in Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Between 2000-01 and 2013-14, the enrolment in Secondary/Higher Secondary education has increased by 32 million (from 27.6 million to 59.6 million). The enrolment of boys has increased by 14.6 million (from 16.9 million to 31.5 million) while the enrolment of girls increased by 17.4 million (from 10.7 million to 28.1 million) during this period. The percentage increase in enrolment was much higher for girls (162.6 percent) than that for boys (86.4 percent) than that for boys (86.4 percent) during the period 2001-02 to 201314.||Jalpa R.Shah|
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