are not able to jobs during some months of year.
disguised unemployment:- disguised unemployment happen when people appear
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in ancient education system
education was imparted through the gurukul system.
It was also known as the - Guru Shishya Parampara.
The objectives of this form of education were:
1. improvement of character and personality
3. Generation of friendliness or social mindfulness
4. Proliferation of virtue
5. Conservation of learning and culture
In modern education system
it has evolved with time and has been influenced by the western system.
It has been affected by the changes and advances in technology
The education system has incorporated technologies like eBooks, video lectures, distance learning through video chat, demonstrations through 3-D imagery, etc.
These have helped the students in grasping better knowledge through visual aids that help in increasing retention.
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As mentioned above,in the traditional education the students are taught about traditions, customs, rituals, and religion. In the modern education, the students are taught about science, technology, language skills, and mathematics etc.
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In ancient times, India had the Gurukula education system in which anyone who wanted to study went to a teacher's house (Guru) and asked to be taught. If he was accepted as a student by the guru, he would then remain in the guru's place and assist in all activities in the country. This type of things not only create a strong bond between the teacher and student, but also taught the student everything about running a house and how to deal with things.In many ways,technology changed education
On the one hand, technology has greatly expanded access to education. In medieval times, books were rare and only a few elite had access to educational opportunities. Individuals had to travel to learning centers to obtain an education. Today, huge amounts of information are available in books, audio, images, videos are available over the Internet, and opportunities for formal learning are available online through the Khan Academy, MOOCs, podcasts, Degree online and more. Access to learning opportunities today is unprecedented thanks to technology.
Due to this technology classrooms have been relatively isolated,and collaboration has been limited to other students in the same classroom or building. Today,technology allows forms of communication and collaboration without dreaming in the past. For example, students in a rural United States classroom can learn about the Arctic following the expedition of a team of scientists from the region, view photos, send questions via e-mail to scientists, and Even talk Living with scientists through a videoconference. Students can share what they are learning with students in other classrooms in other states that are following the same expedition. Students can collaborate on group projects using technology-based tools such as wikis and Google Docs. Classroom walls are no longer a barrier as technology allows for new ways of learning, communicating and working collaboratively.
Technology has also begun to change the role of teachers and students. In the traditional classroom the teacher is the primary source of information, and the students receive it passively. This model of the teacher as the "wise on stage" has been in education for a long time, and is still very much in evidence today. However, due to access to the information and educational opportunities that technology has allowed, in many classes today we see that the role of the teacher changes to the "side guide" as students assume more responsibility for their own learning Using technology to collect relevant information. Schools and colleges across the country are beginning to redesign learning spaces to enable this new model of education, foster more interaction and work in small groups, and use technology as a facilitator.
Technology is a powerful tool that can support students and transform education in many ways, from making it easier for teachers to create instructional materials to enabling new ways for people to learn and work together.There are many opportunities provided by technology to change education so that effective and efficient education is available to everyone everywhere.
Modern day education is based on ROTE LEARNING.
For good reasons, the nature has bestowed small memory to lives. (Otherwise, we will carry all the painful experiences in life. Time is a great healer of pain we say. It is because with forget pains with time).
Every life has varying extent of “Ability to Remember and Recall”.
In Rote Learning, one can test how much of information one can remember. In education system, those who remember more scores high. That does not really prove some one is an intellectual or knowledgeable.
Ancient Schools in China and India used can be called the “Learning & Thinking” processes.
“Learning” helps gathering information around us in various sources and forms, filtering and preserving in an orderly way to process.
Thinking is a set of Information Processing tools to convert them into usable knowledge. This short and actionable items but normally stored in the volatile memory.
This knowledge help solving problems in life and making right decisions.
The wisdom, is the internalized knowledge and non-volatile - the sub conscious mind . A storage outside and works at sub-conscious level. So the most powerful.
This is simple but the educationalists are not aware of it.
A lot of people tend to associate Gurukula system of education with Hindus and the system of education where exclusively Hindu scriptures are taught. This is not correct. Yes, it is true that it is one of the oldest systems of education. But other than that, there is no exclusive or direct link of the system itself to Hindus.
the first governer general of india :
===> > > > c. rajgopalchari
⊙ after independence the title of viceroy was abolished. the representative of the british sovereign became known as the governed general.
⊙ c. rajgopalchari became the only governed general of india.
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