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July 2020
Axiology

Axiology

Axiology defined It is the aspect of the knowledge that is concerned with the nature of values, the types of values and the problems of values. Axiological questions are the fundamental aspect of our life in that the resulting decision has a profound effect on our behavior. Question as “What is good?”, “What is desirable...Read More
Ontology

Ontology

Metaphysics is a branch of philosophy that consider the nature of reality and physical universe. It is further divided into two sub-classes such as Ontology Cosmology Ontology defined In philosophy, ontology, the most fundamental branch of metaphysics, is the study of the nature of being or existence as well as the basic categories thereof. It...Read More
Epistemology

Epistemology

Epistemology defined In philosophy, epistemology refers to the study of the nature, origin, and limits of human knowledge. The field is sometimes referred to as the theory of knowledge. Epistemology aims to provide a foundation for what we consider to be true knowledge. It concerns with every scientific discipline that contributes to the collective efforts...Read More
Significance of Planning

Role, Significance & Advantages of Planning

An organization without planning is like a sailboat minus its rudder. Without planning, organization, are subject to the winds of organizational change. Planning is one of the most important and crucial functions of management. According to Geroge R. Terry, “Planning is the foundation of most successful actions of any enterprise.” “Without planning business becomes random...Read More
Informal Education - Its Strengths and Limitations

Informal Education

Informal education (also called informal learning) is when you are not studying in a school and do not use any particular learning method. In this type of education, conscious efforts are not involved. It is neither pre-planned nor deliberate. It may be learned at some marketplace, hotel or at home. Informal education may be a parent...Read More
Non-Formal Education - Its Strengths and Limitations

Non-Formal Education

Non-formal education includes adult basic education, adult literacy education or school equivalency preparation. In non-formal education, someone (who is not in school) can learn literacy, other basic skills or job skills. Non-formal education is imparted consciously and deliberately and systematically implemented. It should be organized for a homogeneous group. Non-formal, education should be programmed to serve the...Read More
Formal Education - Its Strengths and Limitations

Formal Education

Formal education or formal learning usually takes place in the premises of the school, where a person may learn basic, academic, or trade skills. Small children often attend a nursery or kindergarten but often formal education begins in elementary school and continues with secondary school. Post-secondary education (or higher education) is usually at a college or...Read More
Scope of Education

Scope of Education

Education Education may be defined as a process of acquiring knowledge through study or imparting the knowledge by way of instructions or some other practical procedures. Etymologically, the word education is derived from educare (Latin) “bring up”, which is related to educere “bring out”, “bring forth what is within”, “bring out potential” and educere, “to...Read More