Early Childhood Education, National Education Policy: Socio-Economic Aspect

  • Sneha Sunil Arekar
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  • Sneha Sunil Arekar

    Assistant Professor at Haveli Institute of Legal Studies and Research, India

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Values are the base of every society. Every childhood goes through value education, these children are more inclined towards decision making, leadership skills, concentration, self motivation and following their roots. According to sociologist human development is majorly based on their childhood. The crucial years of progress are early five years and the language, behavior, observation are the part of their core memory which latter becomes their habit. Let’s understand this subject with the merits and demerits of habits learned in early childhood education. The base of education should not be on pressurizing them to learn and understand one particular language for example English but according to ancient history home learning included basic shlokas and phatshalas taught vedas which started with rudra. All these aspect developed human beings and implemented value based knowledge. But in today’s era will it be equally helpful as compared to vedic history. Should there be any aspect of protecting such skillful learning? Though it is a major part of Hinduism but we need to understand the differences that before it is been recognized as a religion it is a way of life that is shaping individuals to think in a right manner to grow ones self, ability to focus and a habit to cultivate righteous behavior. This article is based on Analytical Research Methods and it totally based on the learning of research scholars regarding and analysis the need to change the educational system.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 1453 - 1458

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.116826

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