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  • Knowledge, education and society

    1. 1. Introduction In this lesson we will understand what impact Knowledge and Education has on Society. How Society in India has improved due to Knowledge and Education
    2. 2. What is Knowledge? Knowledge is derived from information but it is richer and more meaningful than information. It includes familiarity, awareness and understanding gained through experience or study, and results from making comparisons, identifying consequences, and making connections
    3. 3. What is Education?  Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, or research.  Any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational .
    4. 4. What is Society? Society is normally used to refer to the entire human population or to a contextually specific division of people
    5. 5. Evils Of Indian Society   Child marriage is defined as a formal marriage or informal union before age 18. Child marriage is a traditional practice that in many places happens simply because it has happened for generations – and straying from tradition could mean exclusion from the community Sati was a social funeral practice among some Indian communities in which a recently widowed woman would immolate herself on her husband’s funeral pyre
    6. 6. Evils Of Indian Society Corruption is a broad term covering a wide range of misuse of entrusted funds and power for privat gain: Theft, fraud, abuse of power etc  Dowry, the money, goods, or estate that a woman brings to her husband or his family in marriage. One of the basic functions of a dowry has been to serve as a form of protection for the wife against the very real possibility of ill treatment by her husband and his family 
    7. 7. Evils Of Indian Society   Female foeticide is the act of aborting a foetus because it is female. This is a major social problem in India and has cultural connections with the dowry system that is ingrained in Indian culture Untouchability is a direct product of the caste system. It is not merely the inability to touch a human being of a certain caste or sub-caste
    8. 8. Removal of social evils through Education and Knowledge  Even though Education was there in India through the Gurukul System. And even before that, real change in social evils started through the Education System bought in by the British from 1767-1947  The British educated people about social evils like sati and child marriages and help abolish them
    9. 9. Removal of social evils through Education and Knowledge  Later on Social workers like Raja Ram Mohan Roy educated people about Sati and helped stop it  Jyotiba Phule and his wife Savitribai Phule were pioneers of women's education and women’s upliftment in India.
    10. 10. Removal of social evils through Education and Knowledge  The Indian Government has now started knowledge and education based programs to abolish social evils.  Girls now know that they have a right to education. Parents also have been educated about child marriages
    11. 11. Removal of social evils through Education and Knowledge  People in villages now know the drawbacks of social evils.  Sati, Child Marriages, Corruption, female foeticide and dowry are now banned. Female Education is now free of cost and people now know that education and knowledge is necessary for upliftment
    12. 12. Necessity of Education and Knowledge  Education and knowledge and not only removed social evils but also bought progress to the nation through upliftment of the poor  To change the mindset of people, to get Justice and for the progress of society and the nation in general it is necessary for society to be knowledgeable and Educated
    13. 13. Necessity of Education and Knowledge  Education and   Knowledge is also needed now days to improve the standard of living of society. Without a good education one cannot get a good job. Without adequate knowledge it is not possible to do a job properly and with satisfaction
    14. 14. Conclusion  Without education we would not be able to have good jobs in the future. Without good jobs we would not be able to become important elements in the society.  Without knowledge we would not be able to use our capability and enhance our skills
    15. 15. Conclusion  Education and knowledge is the only thing key that can open any door. This is an absolute truth  It helps in the development of a person thereby society and thereby the country  This is the reason why the government and some institutions grant scholarships and student loans to students who are willing but do not have means.
    16. 16. THANKS……
    17. 17. Introduction In this lesson we will understand what impact Knowledge and Education has on Society. How Society in India has improved due to Knowledge and Education
    18. 18. What is Knowledge? Knowledge is derived from information but it is richer and more meaningful than information.
    19. 19. What is Education? Any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered Educational.
    20. 20. What is Society? Society is normally used to refer to the entire human population or to a specific division of people
    21. 21. Evils Of Indian Society  Child marriage is defined as a formal marriage or informal union before age 18.  Sati was a social funeral practice among some Indian communities in which a recently widowed woman would immolate herself on her husband’s funeral pyre
    22. 22. Evils Of Indian Society  Dowry, the money, goods, or estate that a woman brings to her husband or his family in marriage.
    23. 23. Evils Of Indian Society  Female foeticide is the act of aborting a foetus because it is female.  Untouchability is a direct product of the caste system. It is not merely the inability to touch a human being of a certain caste or subcaste
    24. 24. Removal of social evils through Education and Knowledge  The British educated people about social evils like sati and child marriages and help abolish them
    25. 25. Removal of social evils through Education and Knowledge  Later on Social workers like Raja Ram Mohan Roy educated people about Sati and helped stop it  Jyotiba Phule and his wife Savitribai Phule were pioneers of women's education and women’s upliftment in India. They educated people about women’s education
    26. 26. Removal of social evils through Education and Knowledge  The Indian Government has now started knowledge and education based programs to abolish social evils.  Girls now know that they have a right to education. Parents also have been educated about child marriages
    27. 27. Removal of social evils through Education and Knowledge  People in villages now know the drawbacks of social evils.  Sati, Child Marriages, Corruption, female foeticide and dowry are now banned. Female Education is now free of cost and people now know that education and knowledge is necessary for upliftment
    28. 28. Necessity of Education and Knowledge Education and knowledge and not only removed social evils but also bought progress to the nation through upliftment of the poor 
    29. 29. Necessity of Education and Knowledge  Education and Knowledge is also needed now days to improve the standard of living of society.
    30. 30. Necessity of Education and Knowledge Without a good education one cannot get a good job. Without adequate knowledge it is not possible to do a job properly and with satisfaction
    31. 31. Conclusion  Without education we would not be able to have good jobs in the future. Without good jobs we would not be able to be happy  Without knowledge we would not be able to be good at our job
    32. 32. Conclusion Education and knowledge is the only thing key that can open any door. It helps in the development of a person thereby society and thereby the country
    33. 33. THANKS……

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