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A Report on communalisation of education

we are posting a link of very important report on the communalisation of education.and impact of differant pedagogical approaches on education.the report analyses the text books of RSS VHP communal schools.please click on the following link–

REPORT ON COMMUNALISATION OF EDUCATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SUMMARY
Notes/Recommendations

2. PART ONE: The Constitutional Mandate and Education
(a) Impact of Pedagogy Of the Approach, Teaching Textbook and Curriculum.
(b) Ekal Vidyalaya.
(c) Madarssas.
(d) State and Private Funding.

3. PART TWO: Text of the State-run schools Textbooks
(a) Caste system receives generous treatment in Indian textbooks.
(b) Demonising Christianity, Islam.
(c) Sati was a virtue.
(d) Fascism and Nazism in Indian Textbooks.
(e) RSS-run Vidya Bharati schools blatantly use communal ideas.
(f) Hinduisation of ostensibly secular, state–run schools in BJP–ruled U.P.

4. ANNEXURE I – Gujarat: Situating the Saffronisation of education .

5.ANNEXURE II – History – through the prism of constructed identity

January 21, 2007 - Posted by | articles, Education

1 Comment »

  1. In Bastar the Ashrams run for the education of Tribals are being provided with books which has Jesus Photo on the cover..Even the seal on the book which I saw in Naraypur had a cross in the center…why won’t there be communilisation of education when there are organisation like RSS,Missionaries,Radha Swami etc who are capitalising on the backwardness and lack of education of the Tribals and Dalits….

    Comment by prabhat | January 22, 2007


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