Contemporary India & Education UNIT-1 Normative Vision of Indian Education: Indian Constitution 1.1 Constitution of India Basic Features i. Fundamental Rights ii. Directive Principles of State Policy iii. Federal Structure 1.2 Preamble of The Constitution: The ideals i. Sovereign Nation ii. Democratic & Secular Polity iii. Liberty, Equality & Fraternity iv. Justice: School, Economic & Political UNIT – 1 . LET’S READ…. UNIT – 2 Education As Fundamental Right 2.1 Human Rights: Meaning, Nature & Classification 2.1.1 Meaning of Human Rights 2.1.2 Nature of Human Rights 2.1.3 Classification of Human Rights 2.2 Rights of Children: International Convention & Indian Constitution 2.2.1 Education As Fundamental Rights of Children – 2009 2.3 Issues in Implementing RTE – 2009: A Critical Understanding 2.3.1 Issues That Affect & Negate The Children’s Rights To Education (a) Child Labour (b) Street Children (c) Abandoned Children (d) Orphans 2.3.2 Differently Abled Children (Attitude Towards The Girl Child & Her Participation in Schooling, Punishment, Abuse & Violence in Schools) 18.104.22.168 The Situation of Differently-Abled Children A. Attitude Towards The Girl Child & Her Participation in Schooling B. Corporal Punishment C. Abuse & Violence in Schools UNIT – 2 . LET’S READ…. UNIT – 3 Contemporary Indian Schooling: Concerns & issues 3.1 Equality of Educational Opportunity 3.1.1 Meaning & Nature – Equality of Educational Opportunity 3.1.2 Forms of inequality – Religion, Regional, Caste, Gender & Other Marginalized Groups 1. Religion 2. Regional 3. Caste 4. Gender 5. Marginalized Groups 3.2 inequality in Schooling 3.2.1 Public – Private Schools UNIT – 3 . LET’S READ…. UNIT – 4 Understanding Exclusion in Schooling 4.1 Exclusion: Meaning & Nature 4.1.1 Exclusion: Meaning 4.1.2 Nature of Exclusion 4.2 Forms of Exclusion (A) Physical Exclusion (B) Psychological Exclusion 4.2.1 Physical Exclusion 4.2.2 Psychological Exclusion 4.3 Different Types of Differently Abled Children: Nature of Problems & Their Impact on Learning 4.3.1 Types of Disabilities 4.4 Measures to Address The Issue of Learning of Differently Abled Children & Professional Preparedness of Institutions 4.4.1 Measure to Address The Issue of Learning of Differently Abled Children 4.4.2 Professional Preparedness of Institutions 4.5 Socio-cultural & Economic Exclusion: Understanding Different Forms of Socio-cultural & Economic Exclusion in Schooling – Caste, Class, Gender, Minority & Other Marginalized Sections of The Society 4.5.1 Caste Based Exclusion 4.5.2 Class As A Factor in Exclusion 4.5.3 Gender As A Factor in Exclusion 4.5.4 Marginalized Groups As A Factor in Exclusion UNIT – 4 . LET’S READ…. UNIT – 5 Secondary Education: Concerns & issues 5.1 Secondary School Stage: It’s Linkage With Primary & Higher Secondary Stages of Education. 5.2 Aims of Secondary School Stages of Education. 5.3 Universalization of Secondary School Stages of Education: It’s Status. 5.3.(i) Quantitative Expansion. 5.3.(ii) Issues in Secondary School Stages of Education: Privatization, Vocationalization. 5.3.(ii) A. Privatizations of Education. 5.3.(ii) B. Vocationalization of Education. 5.3.(iii) A. Reforms in Secondary School Stages Education: Curriculum. 5.3.(iii) B. Reforms in Secondary School Stages Education: Pedagogical. 5.3.(iii) C. Reforms in Secondary School Stages Education: Examinations. 5.4 Rashtriya Madhyamika Siksha Abhiyan (RMSA): Goals & Policy. UNIT – 5 . LET’S READ….