Sriniketan Experiment by Rishiraj Ghosh (Non-Fiction)

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The basic objective of Rabindranath Tagore behind initiating the project of Rural Reconstruction was to make the villagers self-reliant. He realised that only Life-centered Education can create selfhood among these gullible folks. Tagore’s educational thought encompasses the comprehensive development of all three domains of the children, i.e. cognitive, affective and psychomotor.

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The basic objective of Rabindranath Tagore behind initiating the project of Rural Reconstruction was to make the villagers self-reliant. He realised that only Life-centered Education can create selfhood among these gullible folks. Tagore’s educational thought encompasses the comprehensive development of all three domains of the children, i.e. cognitive, affective and psychomotor. Thus, the experimental school named Siksha-Satra was started in Sriniketan with the aim to nourish both the selves of a child, i.e. the pedagogic and the performative. This book ponders critically over Tagore’s educational experiments in Sriniketan contextualising the theory of Total Quality Management (TQM) in Education.

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