it will also develop an understanding of the trends, issues, and challenges faced by the contemporary Indian Education in global context.
- Teacher: Bheem Pad Mahato
the basic behavior pattern of human and how to deal in an apt manner. to deal and negotiate with different kinds of human nature . to be well versed with communication Sklills.
- Teacher: Biswajit Chakraborty
Curriculum Studies is an important course in M.A (Education).Any course related to school,college and university is organized on the basis of its curriculum. All the learning experiences gained by the students in any institution are based on its curriculum.
- Teacher: yc singh
- Teacher: SUBHASISH KHANDA
This course introduces students to (1)the field of human rights, (2)the role of education in the human rights framework, and (3)human rights education as a field of scholarship and educational practice. Human rights education seeks to address persistent social and educational inequalities and is tailored to local contexts around the globe. This course will look at debates and key ideas that underpin the field of human rights, specifically as they apply to the conceptualization and practice of human rights education.
Three relationships between human rights and education are central to this course. First, education as a human right - making sure all children and adult learners have access to schooling and non-formal learning opportunities. Second, education with human rights - teaching and learning experiences that are free from discrimination and respect the dignity of students; and third, education for human rights - examining how curriculum and pedagogy has been, and can be, designed to promote and respect economic, social, political and civil rights.
The purpose of the course is to develop a concrete understanding of human rights principles and the field of human rights education. Students will also:
1.Understand the complex relationships among globalization, human rights and education;
2.Examine debates such as those surrounding cultural relativism vis-à-vis universal rights;
3.Discuss issues of provision, enforcement, and multiple meanings with regards to the right to education and human rights education.
4.Understand basic concept of human rights and human rights education
5.Know the rights and ways of protecting human rights
6.Understand the worth of constitution and preamble connected with human rights
7.Understand human rights violation and legal laws
8.Know different types of global issues with respect to human rights
9.Know the role of advocacy groups in the protection of human rights
- Teacher: Dibya Jyoti Sinha