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H omescience education presentation

  1. 1. We want tobuilda strong andskillful India,and for that
  2. 2. we need iscitizens withknowledge,character,integrity andnationalism.
  3. 3. India was consideredthe cradle of theknowledge andpeople from thedifferent parts of theworld used to comehere to study – andget groomed in“GURUKOOLS”..
  4. 4. However, a – thousand-year of ALIEN RULE nearlydestroyed this UniqueSystem of learning andthe education became aprocess of JOB or DEGREEseeking… and graduallythe glorious system fadedaway, this situation needto be reversed.
  5. 5. Education is notjust a tool to beused for personalgains, but itshould be usedas
  6. 6. weapon to fightpoverty,social-stigma,superstition..Itshould become avehicle forprogress, a torchfor enlightenment.
  7. 7. FOUR DIMENSIONS OF EDUCATION:1. SCIENTIFIC2. AESTHETIC3. ETHICAL4. SPIRITUAL
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