Different ways of access to education

B.Ed First Year Notes English Medium

Q. Different ways of access to education
Education is necessary for living a good life and to bridge the gap between our innate nature and the social standards. As per needs, we can take formal, or non-formal education..
There are different ways of access to education –
1) Ashram schools – Aim to provide stimulus to poor students and those of backward or deprived classes. Their curriculum focused on simple and practical education..
2) Residential Schools – Teachers from the surrounding vicinity are appointed or provided residential facilities, especially in rural areas, to prevent attrition and form closer bonds with children especially in rural areas..
3) Navodaya Schools – Launched as part of the Seventh Year Plan. Curriculum is based on interest, thinking, and imagination rather than only bookish knowledge. Children are free to choose their hobbies and crafts and these schools are well-equipped with laboratories..

4) Military schools – Started by the Military Defence Committee to raise talented and capable officers who are acquainted with latest skills of modern science and technology. Eg. NDA at Khadakwasla..
5) Public Schools – Format adopted from England schools. Students are developed for the sake of the nation. Stress is laid on developing an ideal citizen who is hard-working and has a strong personality..
6) Hilly Region schools – started for the education of children living in remote hilly areas..
Thus as per our needs we can pick and choose a style of education suitable to us..

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