A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE ATTITUDE OF PRE-SERVICE AND IN-SERVICE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS By Dr. Neelam Rani[1] and Tarundeep Kaur[2]

Education is the backbone of a nation. Education system plays a major role in development of modern economies. Understanding how education system work and how it evolve over time has been one of the most important research agendas in recent years.

  The education system of any economy performs following main tasks:

  • It handles the basic and higher education.
  • It provides better opportunities of income.
  • It enhances the living standard and helps in social development.

Information, Knowledge, and Communication Technology plays vital implementation in modern scenario.  At the height of the Internet boom of the 1990s, a fashionable saying was “the Internet changes everything.” The ICT changed the way of imparting education in modern era. Considering the higher education in India has seen the massive growth in post-independence era. At the time of independence 17 universities and about 400 colleges was there in India and today 520 universities, nearly 22,000 colleges,  over  10 million students, 0.45 million teachers and one of largest higher education system in the world.

Our education system focuses on at creation of high quality and well trained human resources to fulfill the need of ever growing Indian economy, but on other hand it face challenges at operational level. Educational governing bodies like UGC, AICET, ICMR, ICAR, all possess difficulties to maintain proper coordination, administration, monitoring and evaluation for improving the quality of education and also imparting the education.

[1]     Principal, old Field College of Education, Faridabad

[2]     Singhania University, Pacheri Bari, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, India

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