The Book Traces The History Of Education In India Since Ancient Vedic, Post-Vedic And Buddhist Period To The Islamic, The British Period And Education In India Today.
Author: Ram Nath Sharma
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
The Book Traces The History Of Education In India Since Ancient Vedic, Post-Vedic And Buddhist Period To The Islamic, The British Period And Education In India Today. It Describes In Detail The Activities And Recommendations Of Various Educational Committees And Commissions. The Proceedings Of Important Seminars On Education Are Narrated. The Book Describes The Growth Of Education In India During 1835-1853; 1854-1882; 1882-1900; 1900-1920; 1921-1937; 1921-1944; 1939-1953 And In The Present Times. It Discusses The Progress And Problems Of Education In Primary And Basic, Secondary And Higher Education And Also Suggests Remedies. Based On Government Reports And Important Publications, This Book Has Been Planned As An Ideal Textbook On The Subject For Students Of All The Indian Universities.
A fully documented survey of education in ancient India, of the amazing oral tradition of India’s literary heritage and its impact on Indian life.
Author: Hartmut Scharfe
A fully documented survey of education in ancient India, of the amazing oral tradition of India’s literary heritage and its impact on Indian life. The full documentation facilitates quick access to the original sources scholarly literature on Indian education. A true reference work.
This illustrated book describes how these multi-disciplinary centers of learning existed in several forms such as forest universities, brick-and-mortar universities and temple universities.
Author: Sahana Singh
Publisher: Notion Press
Just a thousand years ago, India was dotted with universities across its length and breadth, where international students flocked to gain credentials in advanced education. This illustrated book describes how these multi-disciplinary centers of learning existed in several forms such as forest universities, brick-and-mortar universities and temple universities. It examines the funding for these citadels of learning and their graduation ceremonies. The process by which India’s ancient systems of education helped to fuel a knowledge revolution around the world with its manuscripts, forming the basis for monographs and academic papers, is explained with references. The marauding incursions by Muslim invaders, which disrupted the idyllic world of university learning in India, followed by European colonization, which led to further erosion and degeneration of India’s traditional learning systems, have been taken up in some detail. Readers will get a snapshot view of India's education system down the ages from ancient to modern times.
"The work traces the genesis and the growth of education in India through various socio-economic and political changes over a period of 5,000 years from 3000 B.C. to 1999 A.D. In ancient India, education, which emerged out of the Indian ...
Author: Suresh C. Ghosh
"The work traces the genesis and the growth of education in India through various socio-economic and political changes over a period of 5,000 years from 3000 B.C. to 1999 A.D. In ancient India, education, which emerged out of the Indian religious scriptures, contributed most to the development of a prosperous civilization and culture in the sub-continent. In medieval times the Muslim rulers replaced the existing systems of education by introducing their own education to meet the growing needs of a Muslim administration and of a Muslim community. And, when the British replaced the Muslims as rulers, they also instituted their own system of education to meet imperial requirements. The Hindu learning, which survived in the bordering Hindu kingdoms in medieval India, almost perished under the impact of Western learning. However, the Western education gave birth to a group of enlightened Indians who were able to free India from alien rule and since 1947 began to administer the country with the educational ideas and institutions left by the British, and despite occasional attempts by them to adjust the colonial system of education to Indian conditions, the hopes and aspirations of the nascent Indian nation remained unfulfilled and became further aggravated by the globalization of the Indian market in the last decade of twentieth century. Based on a careful and meticulous use of religious scriptures in ancient India to contemporary Persian work in medieval India, and of archival sources and private papers in modern India, the book is deemed to be the first authentic and comprehensive account of history of education in India."
We must not be concerned with “ English ” or “ Vernacular , " or " Sanskrit , ” or “
Arabic " Education , but going beyond these ... In studying the history of education in ancient India one cannot but be impressed with the attention that was paid to ...
This book is written to meet the requirements of the new B.Ed., and M.Ed., syllabus based on the common core for Tamilnadu and other state university.
Author: Dr. M. Kumar
Publisher: Sankalp Publication
Category: Business & Economics
This book is written to meet the requirements of the new B.Ed., and M.Ed., syllabus based on the common core for Tamilnadu and other state university. This book focus on education in ancient Indian, middle India, east Indian company, education under British rule, national integration, international understanding, political police of Indian, economic in education, Indian constitutional provisions on education, - political policy of education in India. This book useful for post graduate and graduate students and teachers’ educators.
... above is the visible product of a rational system of education which had no
parallel in the history of the ancient world . The importance of education was
realised in India from very early times , and utmost emphasis was laid upon the ...
Author: Ramesh Chandra Majumdar
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
This is a comprehensive, intelligible and interesting portrait of Ancient Indian History and Civilization from a national historical point of view. The work is divided into three broad divisions of the natural course of cultural development in Ancient India: (1) From the prehistoric age to 600 B.C., (2) From 600 B.C. to 300 A.D., (3) From 300 A.D. to 1200 A.D. The work describes the political, economic, religious and cultural conditions of the country, the expansionist activities, the colonisation schemes of her rulers in the Far East. Political theories and administrative organizations are also discussed but more stress has been laid on the religious, literary and cultural aspects of Ancient India. The book is of a more advanced type. It would meet the needs not only of general readers but also of earnest students who require a thorough grasp of the essential facts and features before taking up specialized study in any branch of the subject. It would also fulfil requirements of the candidates for competitive examinations in which Ancient Indian History and culture is a prescribed subject.
This is the first book of its kind on this subject and indeed a very praiseworthy attempt in writing a 'History of Physical Education' in our country.
Author: Krishnaswamy Rajagopalan
Publisher: Author House
This is the first book of its kind on this subject and indeed a very praiseworthy attempt in writing a 'History of Physical Education' in our country. In this small volume Mr. Rajagopalan has covered vast stretches of the periods of Indian history and in presenting the material has tried to deal with the physical activities, sports, games, pastimes of the rulers, their military conquests as well as general education contemplated for the people. The food habits and general rules connected with health and sanitation are also referred to. The essential stress of Physical Education as a part of overall general education has been maintained all through. Set in the background of Indian culture, history and education, this book exemplifies the fact that Physical Education formed an integral part of Indian culture and civilization. Considerable study and hard work have gone into this small volume and I am sure it would stimulate some good thinking on the part of the students and teachers of Physical Education in this country. With its vast field of interest, it should be of appeal to lay readers too.
4 Brahmacharya - Aśrama and Education in Ancient India The aim of Indian education in ancient times was the training of the mind as an instrument of
knowledge by śravana ; manana and nididhyāsana and brahmachārya ; it did not
Author: Manilal Bose
Publisher: Concept Publishing Company
Category: Hindu civilization
This Book Shows How The Culture Of India Emerged As A Result Religio-Spiritual Thinking Of The Indian Seers And Saints. Discussing The Ethnic Composition And Foreign Elements In Indian History, It Provides A Deep Insight In To The Four Asramas Brahmacharya, Grihasthya, Vanaprastha And Sanyasa. Also It Takes A Close Look At Marriage, Sex Relations, Status Of Women, Spirituality, Religion, Philosophy, Language, Literature, Art And Living Conditions Of The People.
558 GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY Ancient India ( Benares , 1934 ) ; F . E . Keay ,
Indian Education in Ancient and Later Times ( Oxford , 1938 ) ; V : P . Bokel , The History of Education in India ( Bombay , 1925 ) ; H . D . Sankalia , The University
Author: Rama Shankar Tripathi
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
This book gives an authoritative, up-to-date, and compendious account of the history, institutions and culture of India from the earliest times to the advent of the Moslem period. It is based on all available materials--literary, epigraphic, and numismatic--and is written in a most elegant, sober, and lucid style. The author brings to bear upon his task not only profound scholarship and critical acumen but also a scrupulous regard for historical truth, accuracy of facts and impartiality of judgement. The merit of the book has been enhanced by an exhaustive Bibliography and a comprehensive Index. Students, scholars and the general reader alike will find the book highly interesting, useful and valuable for study and references.
In the foregoing chapters , a history of the different aspects of education in India
has been attempted from the earliest time down to about 1200 A . D . In
barbarous times , unconscious imitation is the only form of education , the trial
and success ...
Release on 1970-01-01 | by Charles Donald O'Malley
MEDICAL EDUCATION IN INDIA SINCE ANCIENT TIMES NANDKUMAR H .
KESWANI All - India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi , India The status of
medical education in a particular country , in a given period , cannot be divorced
Basic Approach Developed as a comprehensive introductory work for scholars and students of ancient and early medieval Indian history, this books provides the most exhaustive overview of the subject.
Author: Upinder Singh
Publisher: Pearson Education India
Basic Approach Developed as a comprehensive introductory work for scholars and students of ancient and early medieval Indian history, this books provides the most exhaustive overview of the subject. Dividing the vast historical expanse from the stone age to the 12th century into broad chronological units, it constructs profiles of various geographical regions of the subcontinent, weaving together and analysing an unparalleled range of literary and archaeological evidence. Dealing with prehistory and protohistory of the subcontinent in considerable detail, the narrative of the historical period breaks away from conventional text-based history writing. Providing a window into the world primary sources, it incorporates a large volume of archaeological data, along with literary, epigraphic, and numismatic evidence. Revealing the ways in which our past is constructed, it explains fundamental concepts, and illuminates contemporary debates, discoveries, and research. Situating prevailing historical debates in their contexts, Ancient and Early Medieval India presents balanced assessments, encouraging readers to independently evaluate theories, evidence, and arguments. Beautifully illustrated with over four hundred photographs, maps, and figures, Ancient and Early Medieval India helps visualize and understand the extraordinarily rich and varied remains of the ancient past of Indian subcontinent. It offers a scholarly and nuanced yet lucid account of India s early past, and will surely transform the discovery of this past into an exciting experience. Tabel of Contents List of photographs List of maps List of figures About the author Preface Acknowledgements A readers guide 1. Understanding Literary and Archaeological Sources 2. Hunter-Gatherers of the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Ages 3. The Transition to Food Production: Neolithic,Neolithic Chalcolithic, and Chalcolithic Villages, c. 7000 2000 bce 4. The Harappan Civilization, c. 2600 1900 bce 5. Cultural Transitions: Images from Texts and Archaeology, c. 2000 600 bce 6. Cities, Kings, and Renunciants: North India, c. 600 300 bce 7. Power and Piety: The Maurya Empire, c. 324 187 bce 8. Interaction and Innovation, c. 200 BCE 300 ce 9. Aesthetics and Empire, c. 300 600 ce 10. Emerging Regional Configurations, c. 600 1200 ce Note on diacritics Glossary Further readings References Index Author Bio Upinder Singh is Professor in the Department of History at the University of Delhi. She taught history at St. Stephen s College, Delhi, from 1981 until 2004, after which she joined the faculty of the Department of History at the University of Delhi. Professor Singh s wide range of research interests and expertise include the analysis of ancient and early medieval inscriptions; social and economic history; religious institutions and patrona≥ history of archaeology; and modern history of ancient monuments. Her research papers have been published in various national and international journals. Her published books include: Kings, Brahmanas, and Temples in Orissa: An Epigraphic Study (AD 300 1147) (1994); Ancient Delhi (1999; 2nd edn., 2006); a book for children, Mysteries of the Past: Archaeological Sites in India (2002); The Discovery of Ancient India: Early Archaeologists and the Beginnings of Archaeology (2004); and Delhi: Ancient History (edited, 2006).
A man without education is nothing but an animal . - Neetishatkam A singular
feature of Ancient Indian culture and civilization is that no other influence -
political or economic - has moulded and shaped the course of its history more
Author: Ed. Shubha Tiwari
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
Transformation Is The Key Word In The Educational Scenario In India Today. Globalisation, Privatisation And Changing Requirements And Aspirations Demand An Innovative Approach. In The Concept Of The Knowledge-Based Society, Meritocracy Will Prevail. There Is No Alternative To Capability. If Teachers Want To Remain Relevant In This Era Of Explosion Of Knowledge, They Must Continuously And Regularly Train Themselves. Teacher-Education Is One Of The Key Concepts Of Today S Education. In The Present Volume, We Have Presented Thought-Provoking Articles And Research Papers That Define Teacher-Education And Related Ideas. Manpower Input Is The Major Demand Of This Segment Of Education. If Things Are Planned With Foresight And Implemented With Sincerity, There Is No Reason Why Education Will Not Bloom In India. We Will Definitely Succeed In Establishing A Hierarchy-Less World Order Where Only Merit Will Prevail.