International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

E- ISSN: 2349-4182
P- ISSN: 2349-5979

Vol. 5, Issue 9 (2018)

Elementary & moral education democratize higher education propagates future aspiration

Author(s): Dr. Suparna Sanyal Mukherjee
Abstract: Education and its globalization is a synergy since decades. In the context of competitive development, socio-cultural, socio-economical needfulness education plays a vital role for a just and humane society. Education for all, generates awareness and importance of educe for people at large. Elementary education is a compulsory curriculum for the pupil at early stage of life, propagating future aspiration to reach higher educational level. Moral education accelerates students’ academic up gradation in the forms of formal and informal educational system providers to reach its goal. Higher education is identified as a major contributor to social and economic growth of a democratic society, hence, becomes a legitimate right for all citizens to share the benefits. The largest democratic country like India, while knowledge is considered an equalizer, calls for expansion of equitable access to and quality of higher education to democratize future aspirations for Nation building. In West Bengal Sishu Shikha Karmasuchi influence access to elementary education for all in rural areas, for the children to whom impartation of basic education was not accessible in their childhood. Propagating moral education since childhood is an encouraging step to the democratic secular society for building up of the Nation. The present research emphasized on the Sishu Shikha Karmasuchi in all the districts of West Bengal, as an example to assert elementary education for all since 2006- 07 to 2015-16, on the parameters of SSK over academic years. The quantum of SSKs and learners thereof along with Sahayikas in support, at grass root level in rural Bengal, where introduction of moral education have encouraged its value, towards future aspiration to Democratize higher educe in India.
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