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Title: An objective based evalution of adult education programme in Kashmir valley
Researcher: Basu, Nighat
Guide(s): Nadeem, N. A.
Keywords: Adult-Objective_based-Education,Kashmir_valley
University: University of Kashmir
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Abstract: The growth of adult education in India is in consonance with the global trend of viewing it as a basic human right, a development right in its most comprehensive sense, India has accorded Adult Education the status of a quotRequired Minimum needquot and given it a prominent place in the process of planned development.Various studies have been conducted from time to time on the inter-re1ated areas of programme management newlineand programme evaluation in Adult Education. The largest number of evaluation studies have been reported newlinefrom the State of Bihar and Gujarat, with Maharashtra and Rajasthan following in third and fourth position.The institutions that have conducted these studies are newlinethe A. N, Sinha Institute, Xavier Labour Relations Institute, Sardar Patel Institute of Economics and Social Research, and Indian Institute of Management.Ganguli, Pathak and Mirza (1983) have reported an excessive literacy bias in the programme and low achievement in functionality and awareness. Sachidanand et al (1983) assessed the work undertaken by the Nehru Yuvak Kendras and pointed out that same set of result and problems as have been pointed in other newlinestudies. newlineAn objective analysis of these studies revealed that the programme mainly rotated round literacy neglecting the other two components of the programme: I.e. awareness and functionality.There is again a common feeling among policy planners and executors that the programme does not run smoothly and is not able to accomplish the formulated objectives. Therefore, the newlineobjectives underlying the Adult Education programme need to be analysed scientifica11y and objectively so that measures for further improvement can be suggested.The adult education programme launched from time to time need to be evaluated and reviewed to ensure the newlineimplementation of the programme for realizing the basic objectives. The basic purpose of the present study was to newlineundertake an objective based evaluation of adult education programme in the six districts of the valley. newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/92180
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