Conference on Education

[Announcement of this Conference has been received from Prof. B.K. Passi, leading educationist and thinker.]

AIAER International Conference

On Learning Community For Global Education Reform”  

to be held in asociation with

Institute of Professional Studies,

Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India

Nov 18-20, 2011

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  1. A K Awasthi

    Need for a movement and policy
    Human society and man’s attributes are all part of Nature. History tells us that his creation is reflection of his rationality, which has the ability to sustain onslaughts of time if it is in agreement with the natural order or law or scheme of things. But if it is otherwise, it goes in disarray either late or soon. It may be anything, a thought like communism or any technology. An idea, which is compatible with nature, possesses the quality to succeed because it will be most appealing as well as practical to all, therefore acceptable to all.
    The natural scheme is relative, inter-linked; one cause leads to an effect that becomes a cause for another effect, which is sustained for yet another effect Thus there is a chain, unbroken and affecting the whole and leading to the supreme cause. In comprehension the whole phenomenon appears too complex and intriguing to conceive what exactly it is. Man may not think to create such complex phenomenon but he can follow the fundamentals of natural selection and compatibility. Accordingly, the worth, the subject or the process may be decided as being in conformity with Nature.
    The subject of education in society is a wide-ranging multidimensional area. It is required that a plan should cater to the needs of all individuals, contribute to social growth and development and fulfill the aspirations of state and people at large. It has to create a chain of cause and effect, natural balance, objectivity (of thought) in implementation along promotion of humanistic ideals which can be made compatible with the whole set-up following a code rather than political / vested interest. ‘To know what is naturally viable one has to observe not the superficial, the surface reactions and unessential but what is substantial and is at the root of things. One has to observe not the apparent conditions or immediate reflection but where the problem actually begins. Such was also the philosophical basis of education in GURUKUL in ancient India. The philosophy has not changed even a bit and there is a distinct possibility that we can still create a MODERN GURUKUL that will be a happy blending of tradition and modernity, which will build-up the face of modern India.

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