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  • This is all about education but attention of museums towards entertainment in India is not much

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  • 1. Museums: A Venue of Social AdvocacyEthics, Museology and Factors
    Presented by
    GAURAV
  • 2. Contents
    Defining the term Museum
    Issues and problems
    Role of Museums in Society
    Functions of Museums
    Why Museum Emphasize on Education
    Finding any relevance with Socio-Economic Growth
    Attempt to determine overall status of Museum Popularity in Developed and Developing countries
    Conclusion: Factors that Museums focus on : The positive side
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 3. Museum
    Social Services
    ICOM News Thematic Files
    The Definition of the Museum
    (ICOM News, vol. 57, 2004 n°2)
    A museum is a non-profit, permanent institution in the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches, communicates and exhibits the tangible and intangible heritage of humanity and its environment for the purposes of education, study and enjoyment.
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 4. Exploring few Facts for improvement
    Limited number of institute for museum education
    150-300 students pass out every year
    70% new born professionals migrate to other fields
    20% goes for conservation only
    5% Goes Abroad
    5% Museuologists every year = 7-8 = net product by departments to improve More than 700 Museums across the country.
    Professional refugees
    No Data Pool of students, scholars and professionals
    No Consultancy and helping desk for students to emerge from ashes.
    Poor placement: A question on essential and desirable qualification
    No strategy for Advertisements and Marketing
    • Data refers t0 RTI, (under RTI 2005) no. F.1-1315/215(RIA) put up to UGC by myself and Mr. Azfar Ahmad (working as Marketing Manager in Doha, Saudi Arabia)
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 5. Museums
    Basically museums have been repositories for several decades and in for past one century museums have started gaining a new identity as
    1. an Institutes for informal Education
    2. A Center for Amusement
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 6. Functions of Museum
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 7. Collects for people
    Tangible and Intangible Heritage
    History: Pieces of Past
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 8. Documents for people
    To Research
    To Prove the evolution and process of development
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 9. Care and Conserve for people
    Banking
    Best Care of Heritage
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 10. Exhibits
    1. To Educate
    Texts and Tests
    Graphics, Video and Audio
    Workshop
    (India Limits to educate only)
    2. To Entertain
    3D Movies
    Shows and Plays
    Tours and Excursions
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 11. A belief : A Simple Equation
    Emphasis on Education
    Growth ≈ Education
    Across the globe
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 12. by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 13. Comparison of share among different media and institute of learning
    Institutes and media of formal learning = Schools, Colleges, Universities and chalk and talk.
    Institute and media of informal learning = Institutes for differentially able, Play schools, Theatres, Internet Cafe, All Digital Devices (not used in formal learning)
    Data based on conversations with several people, from different websites and several articles. Data varies in different cities in different countries
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 14. Data collection based on conversations with several people, from different websites and several articles.
    Data varies in different cities in different countries
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 15. Advocacy for being Social
    Harmony
    Well being of individuals among the society
    Dr. LucíaAstudillo, Chairperson ICOM Ecuador, Director, Museo de los Metales
    Development
    Equality
    Democracy
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy
  • 16. Factors that museum focus on, for being a platform of social advocacy
    • Services to all age and ability groups = Equality
    • 17. Freedom to move in = Away from castes and restrictions
    • 18. Non Profit = For Everybody
    • 19. Life Long Learning = Non stop service to the society
    • 20. Cultural Exchange = Knowing each other
    • 21. Social Harmony = Supports Humanity
    • 22. Enriching quality of lives = Development
    • 23. Constructivism = Progressive Education
    • 24. Eco-museums = Sensibility towards Future
    by Gaurav, H. Director, TALENT Academy