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NIT2k12

  1. 1. WHAT IS PRIMARY EDUCATION? Primary education is the first stage of compulsory education. It is preceded by pre-school or nursery education and is followed by secondary education. PRIMARY EDUCATION is concerned with improvement of morality within a student. Without being bookish, so that a student should adopt certain moral ethical codes like truth, non-violence, charity and so on, which will illumine his character by growing age. It is essential because “Nothing turns out right so long as there is no harmony between body, mind, and soul.” The importance of PRIMARY EDUCATION in a human life is same as a good base or foundation is required for a complex building… …….AS WITHOUT GOOD FOUNDATION BUILDING CAN’T EXISTS IN THE SAME WAY WITHOUT PRIMARY EDUCATION HUMANITIES CAN’T PERSIST…
  2. 2. STEPS BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA  The Indian government lays great emphasis to primary education up to the age of fourteen years (referred to as Primary Education in India.) The Indian government has also banned child labour in order to ensure that the children do not enter unsafe working conditions.  The District Primary Education Programme (DPEP) was launched in 1994 with an aim to universalize primary education in India by reforming and vitalizing the existing primary education system  Every child between the ages of 6 to 14 years has the right to free and compulsory education under the act 21a . The government schools shall provide free education to all the children. Private schools shall admit at least 25% of the children in their schools without any fee.  The Mid-day Meal Scheme is the popular name for school meal programme in India. It involves provision of lunch free of cost to school-children on all working days with an objective to increase school enrolment and attendance, improve socialization among children belonging to all castes and addressing malnutrition.
  3. 3. WHERE IT FAILS…?  Due to poor education system , aware parents feel insecure to send their wards to government primary schools..and few parents don’t give importance to PRIMARY EDUCATION,They just want GRADE UPGRADATION.  All current available data on student achievement suggest children are performing far below the level that is expected of them .i.e. Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2012 suggest that of all rural children enrolled in standard five, only half can fluently read text from a standard two textbook. In arithmetic, only half of all standard five children can do a basic two-digit subtraction problem with the arithmetic operation of borrowing—a skill that is expected in standard two i.e. enrolment has been enhanced , but the level of quality remains low.  lack of adequate infrastructure; several states still face a severe shortage of teachers. Many will complain about the poor quality of institutional support for teachers’ professional development.  THE steps taken by indian government is far enough to achieve “schooling for all", but it fails to reach the goals of “learning for all”.  Failure of mid day meal project at so many places due to various reasons.
  4. 4. Why it fails…? INADEQUATE INPUTS such as…. i) Lack of good infrastructure, ii)shortage of well trained teachers, iii)poor quality of institunal support. CHILDREN FAILING BEHIND i) Class attendance is not up to the required level, even after mid day meal, free books, and dress distribution. ii) Lack of understanding capacity of students, as it arises because with age, grade increases but the level remains same, and due to this it is a great problem in front of the teachers that WHAT TO BE TOUGHT….?
  5. 5. OUR STEPS…  PARENTS–TEACHER INTERECTION- There should be a regular interaction of parents and teacher,so that they can share activities of students.  COUNCELLOR- Mandatorily,there should be a councellor in every school ,to evaluate the capacity of students in various aspects.  PRE NURSERY EDUCATION- Every Students should pass through pre-nursery education before primary education,which will surely help in level enhancement.  PRACTICAL & TECHNICAL WAY- Teaching technique should be more practical than theoretical.VIDEO TECHNOLOGY should be employed,as video has more effect than audio interection.it also includes COMPUTER EDUCATION & GLOABLISATION OF LANGUAGES. Continue in next slide..
  6. 6.  TEACHER & TEACHING- Teacher should be well qualified & well trained to impart good skills to students . And teaching should be done by mental level of children not by age groups.  TOYS & GAMING- As these things are point of attraction for children , so TOYS & GAMING should be necessary in every primary school to refresh the children.  INFRASTRUCTURE- Every school must have a good infrastructure which meets all basic Requirements.  PROPER MANAGEMENT- Districtwise There should be a proper transparent management team to manage & investigate the system periodically.  OTHER FACILITIES- the basic needs i.e. Healthcare,Books,Dresses and Stationaries should be provided.
  7. 7. Conclusions…. IF ALL THE STEPS MENTIONED ABOVE,WILL BE IMPLYED PROPERLY THEN SURELY THE PRIMARY EDUCATION IN INDIA CAN BE ENHENCED. . . IT WILL CERTIANLY HELP IN IMPROVEMENT OF MENTAL AS WELL AS PHYSICAL GROWTH.
  8. 8. AN INNOVATION OF YOUNG MINDS for ”stepping stones : enhancement of primary education” development of new born Brains

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