TEACHER STUDENT RELATIONSHIP & ITS CORRELATION WITH BEHAVIOR CHANGE IN ANCIENT ERA

Ms. Brotati Chakraborty Dr. Manju Sharma

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This paper is going to throw light on the aspect of behavior changed the way of teaching and learning from Ancient education. The teacher student relationship & teaching techniques of ancient era creates a big change in education system. In Ancient India there was different education system-1. Gurukul education System, where pupils live with their guru and help them in their daily chorus and Guru taught them about Spiritual, Religious and Vedas in open environment. In Gurukul education system pupils belonging to different castes were educated. 2. Education in Medieval India: After the Islamic invasion of India education system has changed. The rising influence of Islam led to establish of Madrassa for Muslims and Vedic Schools for Hindus. 3. Education in Colonial Period: British stress on English (missionary) schools. The main aim of the missionaries was to convert the native Indian to Christianity. 4. Present education system: Soon after independence in 1947, giving education to all was a priority for the government. The present education system in India mainly comprises of 5+3+3+4 design that is lower primary, upper primary, high and higher secondary. This paper is focusing on the education system of ancient age.

Keywords: Gurukul system, medieval system, Colonial System, Ancient Era and Behavioral Change.


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