Sunday, October 21, 2018

South Zone Board of Continuing Education promotes “Developing Continuing Education for inclusive Community Development”.



K.Govindaraju,Chairman, shares his views

South Zone Board of Continuing Education (OZONE) promotes “Developing Continuing Education for inclusive Community Development”. The Chairman of South Zone Board of Continuing Education (OZONE), K.Govindaraju shared his views among the Board members and added, “There is emerging need for bridging Development of Continuing Education for inclusive Community Development. The terms Inclusive community development and continuing Education have been in use for several decades and refer to different areas within the field of Non-formal education. There is a relationship between these two Inclusive community development and continuing Education concepts. Inclusive Community development work contributes to the development of an overall system of Continuing education with a more holistic view of education, which acknowledges learning which values the many and varied ways in which people learn. The need for a more holistic, integrated approach to meeting the Inclusive educational needs of those involved in Life Long education, Inclusive community development
Dr.R.Vimala speaks on  CE.Dr.K.Govindaraju Presides,New Delhi
and community regeneration. The voluntary and community sector emphasizes issue
based and actionoriented learning within a democratic, participative culture. There is a great importance on continuing education, as inclusive growth of people. It is imperative that continuing education and training systems presented by the knowledge economy and need to provide an analytical framework for developing inclusive growth and continuing Education, training system need to support knowledge-based economic growth, promoting continuing, promoting continuing Education for people in general and disadvantaged groups in particular for inclusive community Development. Inclusive Development opens up opportunities to start with human well-being and designs community economy by reducing poverty through jobs and quality of life improvement as an overarching priority”.-Kris

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