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2023, Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part D

Human rights education in India: A study


Author(s): Dr. Nenavath Balu Naik

Abstract:
Education has a crucial role in acquiring and spreading knowledge, and it has emerged as a potent tool in promoting human rights worldwide. The Indian education system relies significantly on the teachers' role in fostering social inclusion in education for underprivileged children in society. The Indian education system is strongly dependent on its instructors, who play a major role in the process of teaching and learning. Teachers have a crucial role in imparting knowledge about human rights to students and encouraging them to lead more compassionate lives. Childhood possesses a crucial reciprocity, enabling individuals to develop into productive adults and socially responsible citizens. Teachers have a pivotal role in fostering the social behaviour of students in schools, and their behaviour is greatly influenced by the social environment. Human Rights Education, in this particular context, seems to serve as a potent method for instilling human ideals into individuals' attitudes and social conduct. The ultimate objective of fostering social cohesion and maintaining societal structure can only be achieved when both teachers and students embrace the principles of Human Rights education. This article aims to address the concerns and challenges surrounding the creation and implementation of the human rights education curriculum in the Indian setting. This article advocates for the cultivation of consciousness among school teachers about Human rights, to enhance the moral, physical, social, economic, and spiritual aspects of both students and the teachers' community in India.


DOI: 10.33545/26646021.2023.v5.i2d.286

Pages: 238-242 | Views: 108 | Downloads: 6

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Nenavath Balu Naik. Human rights education in India: A study. Int J Political Sci Governance 2023;5(2):238-242. DOI: 10.33545/26646021.2023.v5.i2d.286
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