Julie HareUniversity of Melbourne Most international students who study overseas feel positive about their experiences. But universities could be actively working with businesses in home countries to help secure jobs for graduates. Edwin CreelyMonash University and Fleur DiamondMonash University There needs to be more opportunity in school and at home for students to learn to write for enjoyment.
Second President of India. Chairman, University Education Commission The Appointment of the Commission- its aim and objective: The decision was due to the realization that a reconstruction of university education was essential for a national - cultural resurgence as well as for meeting the requirements of scientific, technical and other man — power which India needed for its socio-economic development in the wake of the independence in The terms of reference of the Commission were to consider and make recommendations in regard to: The aims and objectives of university education and research in India.
The changes considered necessary and desirable in the constitution, control, functions and jurisdiction of the universities in India. The finances of the universities. The maintenance of the highest standards of teaching and examinations in the universities and colleges under their control. The courses of study in the universities.
The standards of admission to the university courses of study. The medium of instruction in the universities. The provision for advanced study in Indian culture, history, literatures, languages, philosophy and fine arts.
The need for more universities on a regional or other basis. The organisations of advanced research in all branches of knowledge in the universities and institutes of higher research. Religious instruction in the universities. The special problems of all the universities in India.
The qualification, conditions of service, salaries, privileges and functions of teachers and the encouragement for original research by teachers. The discipline of students, hostels and the organisation of tutorial work and any other student related matters.
The commission made a thorough study of the problems of Higher Education in India. It toured the country extensively in order to acquaint itself with the problems. It prepared a questionnaire which was sent over to about persons who mattered in the field of education. It interviewed administrators, organisations of the students and educationists.
Thus, it tried to gather information in regard to almost all the aspects of university education. Its report runs into two volumes.
The first part of the report contains 18 chapters and about pages. The second volume contains the statistics in regard to institutions and other educational problems and the evidence tendered by the witnesses examined by the commission. In November, the Govt.
The Commission was appointed to report on Indian University Education and suggest improvements.Education is a way to understand the real world better and whether this education should be provided to university students freely or not is one of the most debated topics over the last decades.
It is a topical issue, which is discussed all over the world. Curated by professional editors, The Conversation offers informed commentary and debate on the issues affecting our world.
Plus a Plain English guide to the latest developments and discoveries. Yes sex education should be made compulsory in India in schools. In our country, sex is still considered as Taboo. Children should know what is wrong or right.
Meer said: (Oct 7, ): No, there is not compulsory attendance Because many of colleges having a not good teacher so there are problems for students, if they can't understand their lecture so it's maybe big problems for this career, therefore many of student join the online class for achieving success.
It is compulsory for pregnant women to register themselves at the respective health centres to obtain birth certificates for their babies, according to a press release from the Department of. Education in Malaysia is overseen by the Ministry of Education (Kementerian Pendidikan).Although education is the responsibility of the Federal Government, each state and federal territory has an Education Department to co-ordinate educational matters in its territory.
The main legislation governing education is the Education Act The education system is divided into preschool education.