Personality Development And Character Building

For Personality Development And Character Building                              Based On Upanishads.

 

(Prescribed) Formulated Syllabus (2009-2010)

 

Syllabus For Character Building And All Round Development.

 

 

 

v    Annmaye Kosh    -        Physical Development

v    Pranmaye Kosh   -        Internal Development

v    Manomaye Kosh -        Mental Development

v    Vigyanmaye Kosh -       Intellectual Development

v    Anandmaye Kosh -        Spiritual Development.

 

                                                                             

      

                                                                                    Dinanath  Batra

                                                                           Writer

Shiksha Sanskriti Uthan Nyas.

Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti

Saraswati Bal Mandir, G-Block

Naraina Vihar, N.D.-110028

Ph. No. :- 6579466, 25896645

e-mail:- dina_nathbatra@hotmail.com

 

Publisher:

Shiksha Sanskriti Uthan Nyas

Saraswati Bal Mandir

G-Block, Naraina Vihar

New Delhi-110028

 


 

For Personality Development And Character Building    

 

                                   Members

 

 

 

Chairperson           Sh. Dinanth Batra ( Delhi )

Member                  Sh. Atul kothari     ( Delhi)

Member                  Dr.  Manohar Bhandari  ( Indore)

Member            Dr. Hitesh Jani      ( Jamnagar , Gujarat) Member                  Ms.  Pratibha Naithani  ( Mumbai)

Member                  Sh. Bharat Dhokai   ( Gujarat)

Member                  Prof. Arun Kumar Yaadi  ( Ahmedabad)

Member                  Dr. Sriram  Oberoi    ( Delhi)

 

 

Writer :

Dinanath Batra

 

 

 

Price :   80.00 Rs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Printed:

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

 

It is a matter of immense pride for me to present a new kind of syllabus prevailing in our education system in the name of “Education for character building and all round development of personality” Besides this, it is also a matter of great pleasure that through “Shiksha Samiti Utthan Nyas” this first step has been taken to give a new dimension in our Education.

            Two years back our central government tried to introduce sex education in our schools. A nation wide compaign was started by Shiksha Andolan against this education. In favour of this campaign many societies and organizations supported and inspite of govt’s decision state government of 11 states decided to regulate this Education. Alongwith this a petitions was given to the petition Committee of Rajya Sabha & stop or not to regulate sex education in our school this petition Committee managed  to listen to the agreement in sevens metropolitan cities and approximate 40,000 request letters and articles were received against the regulation or introduction of this sex education. 4 lakh and 15 thousand letters were received by shiksha bachao Andolan and put forward, this petition committee worked for 18 months in this direction and announced its amazing report on 2nd April 2009. Its suggestion are also written in this book & central government has also set up an organization, for this an improved and up dated syllabus is reserved on website. Few state governments also have started such societies or organizations, “Shiksha Samiti Utthan Nyas has also discussed or thought in this direction.

On 21st and 22nd Feb. 2009, a debate was conducted in Maharashtra (Pune) on this topic the “Education of human and social health” there were 140 participants 13 different states after this debate.  First meeting was held on 28-29 March 2009 at Ahmedabad and second meeting was arranged on 1st May 2009 at Gandhinagar Gujarat. As a result the Syllabus for “Character Building and all round development of personality” is being presented in front of the country.

            In our view this is a recommended/suggestive syllabus, but still a discussion is going on in five different divisions (Ranchi, Aligarh, Chandigarh, Indore and Hubli). Before this decision a blue-print of this curriculum will be sent to the participants and suggestions from the Educationist will also be invited by the end of September. The suggestion are welcomed by different Educationists and will be given a final touch of the syllabus by the end of october.

            Earnest efforts are going on to accept this syllabus whole heartedly by the state and private Educational Institutions.Few state government have also been requested. Hopefully this syllabus will be accepted by the whole nation.

            We express our sincere thanks for the courtesy and co-operation extended by our respected chairman Shri Dinanath  Batra  in completing this task/syllabus. I also appreciate the faculty members for the hard work done by them. I am grateful to all those members, in making this syllabus possible. I am indebted to the members who have generously guided us in giving their valuable suggestions. I on behalf of “Shiksha Sansrkiti” express my sincere thanks to them.

(Atul Kothari)

Secretary

(Siksha Sanskriti, Uthan Nyas)


Contents (Index)

 

v                 Physical Education Syllabus

(Class I to V)

v                 Yoga Education Syllabus

(Nursery to V)

v                 Anandmai Kosh 

(Class I to V)

v                 Manoyog Kosh

(Class I to V)

v                 Vigyanmaye Kosh or Complete Satya Achran Bodhik Vikas

(Class I to V)

v                 Annamaye Kosh

(Class I to XII)

v                 Compulsory for all classes

Kama Suktiyan

Sanchlan geet

Pramnaye Kosh

Yoga Suktiyan

Kama Suktiyan

Manomaye Kosh (class VI to XII)

Stories of internal development

Vigyan Maye Kosh (Class VI to XII)

Anandmaye Kosh(Class VI to XII)

 

OM 

Jeevan Rath (Chariot Of Life)

 

From Ramayana:

 

Suraj Dheeraj Tehi Rath Chaka.

Satya Sheel Dridh Dhwja Pataka.

                                    Bal vivek Dum Parhit Dhore,

                                    Kshma Kripa Santa Raju Jhore

 

It means valour and patience are wheels of this chariot. Truth and strength (humanity) are its powerful flags. Power conscious and strength (senses under proper control) and helpfulness are its four horses. These horses are tied with the reins of forgiveness, pity and equalization means without partiality.

 

Iss Bhaja Sarthi Sujana,

Virti Charan Santosh Kripana.

                                    Daam Passhu Budhhi Shakti Prachand,

                                    Var Vigyan Kathin Ko Danda.

 

            Praying God is its clever charioteer. Isolation is its “Dhaal” and contentment is its sword. Charity is its another valuable weapon. Best science is its arrow.

 

Amar Achal Man Tron Samana

Sum, Jum, Niyam Sili Mukh Nana,

                                    Kwach abhed Vipra Guru Pooja,

                                    Ehi Sum Vijay Upaya Na Dooja.

 

Pure and indistracted mind is its arrow holder. controlling emotions and physical requirements are quite important worshipping & respecting religious people and guru are shields. Nothing else is as important for victory as it is.

 

Sikha Dharmmaye Aur Rath Jakien,

Jeetan Kanh NaKathu Ripu Takien.

 

So many friend who is having such religions and pure chariot, he has left nothing to win. It means he is already won.

 

            India is an action Land not only a consumption land. India is India- it cannot be Europe, Japan or China. India is to lead whole of the world. It has power of “Soulpurification” It will have to accept its consciousness. But now India is facing a great threat losing its soul or spirit. And it is not possible for India to live without soul still it has been left with the capability to retaliate its pure soul. India has been an successful example of self-Purification of soul. The “Death of Indian soul “ is like the death of whole India.

 

Maharishi Arvind

 

Song

 

Mukti Ka mantra ho, atma Swatantra ho;

Satya Bolne se hum ruken nahin,

Sathi hum najae, aagey armaye ke;

                                    Tum Sabke palak, hum tere balak,

                                    Bhulen humari swikar lo,

                                    Ganga se nirmal do jeevan hamein aur

                                    Himalaya se uncha vichar do,

                                    Path jo ujad ho, unche pahad ho,

                                    Himmat ke pag ye thake nahi,

                                    Sathi hum nayae ke ………………!

 

Hei jug ke trata, jug ke Vidhata,

Dharti ke dheeraj ka dharm Do,

Jan-Jan mein jeevan jagrit karein aise

Yogi pawan sa karan do,

Man mein vishwas ho, fal kin a aas ho,

Jyoti swadharm ki bujle nahi.

Sathi hum nayae ke aagey annayal ke,

Arya Balkon ke sir jhuke nahin.

 

                       

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION SYLLABUS

CLASS – FIRST

 

  1. A.                 THEORETICAL

 

  1. 1.      Health Education

 

(a)    Basic habits regarding dining – Washing hands before and after meal, cleaning face, rinsing, no left over food.  Taking food only as much required.

(b)   Knowledge of basic rules regarding food – Including plenty of green vegetables, fruits and milk in food.  Don’t consume food items kept open.

(c)    Maintenance of Body Hygiene – Keeping eyes, ears, nose clean.  Nails, Dental, Hair and Skin care. 

 

  1. 2.      Citizenship

 

(i)      Kind behaviour with pet animals

(ii)    Knowledge of traffic rules

(iii)   Awareness while bringing things – in class and at home.

(iv)  Proper mannerism of sitting, standing, walking

(v)    Inculcating good habits – Health care, cleanliness.

(vi)  Keeping your things at appropriate place.

 

  1. 3.      Free Style Activities

 

(i)      Running – In rows, In groups

(ii)    Jumping – With joined feet, slowly increase speed, front and back, starting and stopping according to the directions.

(iii)   Walking – on toes, front and back

(iv)  Circular motion – Movement of arms in front and reverse direction.

(v)    Body Twisting – Moving arms by twisting upper body

(vi)  Jogging – Lifting knees at maximum height.

(vii) Somersault – Frame yogic exercises based on above mentioned activities.

(viii)           Equality – Attention, stand at ease right, and left circular motion.

 

C.        Rhythmic Exercises (with drum beat) walking, jumping, running, clapping march past (in four, eight).

 

D.        Dramatic Activities Dramatisation of selected songs (Help can be taken from the book ‘Shishu Geet’)

 

E.         Follow up Activities

            (i)         Running like a train

            (ii)        Imitating movement of an aeroplane

            (iii)       Copying bicycle movement.

            (iv)       Walking by bending, placing hands on the back

 

F.         Sports

 

(a)    Narrative sports – Sour grapes, Hare and the Tortoise, Silly Pigeon

(b)   Slogan Games – Brother, brother – where are you, Jai Bajrang, Har-Har Bam, Bam, One, two –three four, Bharat Pyara – Desh Hamara, Hathi Ghora, Palkki – Jai Shiva, Pratap

(c)    Games in group – Strength demonstration, pressing back.

(d)   Awareness games – Statue, throwing ball in bucket, pussy cat etc.  

 

 

 

CLASS – SECOND

 

Specific

 

(i)         Specific objectives in Class – I.

(ii)        To develop running skill, different types of exercises to promote running ability.

 

1.         Theoretical

 

A.        Health Education

 

(i)                  Revision of Class – I

(ii)                Precautions regarding clothing

(iii)               To activate the working of body parts (ears, nose, eyes) and their protection.

(iv)              Knowledge about food – when, what, how much to eat etc.

(v)                Other health promoting details like importance of sleep, rest, exercise

(vi)              Common diseases and their prevention

 

B.        Citizenship

 

(i)                  Development of good habits like mutual cooperation.

(ii)                ‘Yam’ and its parts not always speak truth’, Not indulging in stealing, Not to kill living being etc.

(iii)               Correct posture of walking, sitting, standing.

(iv)              Knowledge about National Flag

(v)                To use electricity as per one’s need

(vi)              National Anthem in chorus

(vii)             Revision of previous class 

 

B.        Free-style Activities

 

(a)    To walk in different manners like zig-zag, on both feet, in a line, in all directions – Right left, front and back.

(b)   Running – Zig-Zag, serpentine movement, on a straight line. 

(c)    Jumping – Right, left, upwards

(d)   Climbing – Rope climbing, Stair climbing

(e)    Lifting – Bending and weight lifting.

(f)     Equality – Attention, stand at case, left turn, right turn, about turn.

 

4.         Rhythmic Activities – Yogic Exercises, Exercises on front toes.

 

5.         Dramatic Activities – Action songs (select suitable songs), practice with equipments (Handkerchief, Fan, Flower, Flag, Ribbon, Drum etc.)

 

6.         Follow up Activities – Rowing, weight lifting, spinning, imitating goldsmith bellows, to pump air in the bicycle.

 

7.         Different types of sounds – Sound of a duck, bear, horse – cart, newspaper – hawker and a train.

 

8.         Act-play – A visit to a river, fair, story of two cats and a money, visit to a Railway Station.

 

9.         Games to be played in small circle – Snake Mongoose, Blind fold, Kukkut war, lamb and Jackal, Namaste Ji, I am Shivaji (Take help from the book – Apne Khel)

 

10.       Athletics – 50 metres race.

 


 

CLASS – THIRD

 

(A)       Specific Objectives

 

(i)                  Same as in class – second

(ii)                Enhance flexibility

(iii)               Development of physical alertness

(iv)              Discipline through equality

(v)                Development of physical strength

 

1.         Theoretical – (A) Include Class I & II syllabus appropriately

 

(B)       Health Education

 

(a)    Health care, body care and hygiene

(b)   Knowledge and development of sense organs

(c)    Nutrition and food safety

(d)   Oral hygiene

(e)    Personal hygiene, use of clean comb and towel

(f)     Cleanliness of kitchen and toilets

 

(C)       Citizenship

 

(i)                  Theoretical knowledge of first two steps of ‘Yam – Niyam’, Yoga in simplified language.

(ii)                Development of good habits – Self dependent, punctuality, healthy behaviour.

(iii)               National anthem in cherns

(iv)              To arouse respect for motherland through news, stories, narratives

 

2.         Revision of previous class

 

3.         Free-style activities

a)      Touching ground by bending backwards

b)      Movements with both the hands and feet, start hopping according to the directions.

c)      Punching (boxing) sideways, upwards

d)      Hopping like kangaroo

e)      Brisk walking

f)        Spreading hands along sides, twisting upper body

g)      Stretching knees backwards one by one with hands on the ground

h)      Lifting ankle and toes one by one

4.         Equality- Attention, stand at case, moving right and left, March past :  Framing yogic exercises based on these activities. 

 

 

5.         Rhythmic Exercises

(a)        Revision of previous year and framing yogic exercises on the available musical instruments.

 

            (b)        Action song in a regional language

 

6.         Sports Follow-up

 

(a)        (i) Kukkut war (ii) Drive a car (iii) To roar and run like a lion

 

(b)        Act Play

 

(i)                  Camel and clever Jackal

(ii)                A Clever Rabbit

(iii)               Monkey and the cap seller

 

(c)        Other Sports

 

(i)                  Looking for a leader                 (ii)        Kho-kho

(iii)       Mental ability                            (iv)       Chair race

(v)                Jalebi Race                               (vi)       Vish-Amrit

(vii)      Help-Help                                (viii)      Making Chain

(ix)       Friz-be                                     (x)        Disc

(xi)       Sack-race                                (xii)      With big rubber ball

 

7.         Physical Exercises

 

(i)                  Long jump                                (ii)        High jump

(iii)       Lifting with joined back             (iv)       Balance on hands and feet

(v)        Grind mill                                  (vi)       Skipping

(vii)      Phugdi                                      (ix)       Jhimma

(x)        Surya Namaskar

 

8.         Athletics

            (a)        Race – 100 mtrs, 150 mts race, ball throwing, long jump, high jump, wrestling

            (b)        Gymnastics – according to previous syllabus     

 

 

 

 

 

CLASS FOURTH

 

Specific Objectives

 

(a)        Objectives same as in classes I to III

(b)        To arouse courage

(c)        Knowledge of National Sport and development of its technique

(d)        To arouse feelings of self dependence.

(e)        Development of team spirit and virtue of servitude.

(f)         Development of good citizenship

 

1.         Theoretical

 

(a)    Assimilation of I to III class syllabus appropriately

 

(b)   Health Education

 

  1. To gain knowledge of internal anatomy of human body
  2. Development of five senses (Gyan Indris & Karma Indris)
  3. Methodology of Pranayam Health Care
  4. Precautions while sleeping
  5. Contagious diseases and how to overcome/prevent it.
  6. General Rule and panacea/remedy for health protection.
  7. Use of handkerchief while coughing and sneezing.
  8. Avoid using finger on mouth and nose/not to poke finger.
  9. Demonstration on how to wash clothes and sound knowledge of daily/routine washing of under garments.

10.  Drink clean & pure water (no contamination)

 

Citizenship

 

  1. Sound knowledge of traffic rules and regulations.
  2. Awareness of Dhawaja Vandana and event/occasion.
  3. Chorus of patriot song.
  4. To aware citizens through legends/Folder and current news to circulate the feeling of nationalism and patriotism and service of mankind.
  5. To have atleast one camp in a year outside the city or outskirts of city.
  6. First aid and Balvadis planning (Cretches for young kids).
  7. Practice of social discipline and individual discipline.
  8. Fruitful habits.

 

Previous Years Recapitulation

 

Free Exercise

 

  1. Bend the body, more hands left and sight.
  2. Keeping the heels from the ground, bend the body.
  3. First to the right side and then to the left side.
  4. Extend the arms forward, not to move background.
  5. Raise the arms and take them behind the neck hold the right ankle firmly with right hand and the left ankle with the left hand. Raise the arms and take them behind the neck.
  6. Stretch one of the feet forward and cover the other leg. Slowly lift the tight leg up move it like bicycle.
  7. Stretch the legs in front Hold the toe if the right foot with the left hand. Hold the left leg with the right hand and try to stretch the right Elbow backwards as far as possible.

 

Rhythm Based Exercise.

  1. Recapitulation of previous classes.
  2. Do yoga exercise keeping in mind the stretching of various body part with the help of availability of musical instruments, quality and speed to being creased in accordance with the classes. 

Performing dramatics with song (Regional Languages) use of Tipri, Dhapli, Dumble, Dand based on rhythm

 

Equanimity

            Attention, stand at ease, Move southward, from one line to two lines, Move a step forwards, Move backward, move left, move right with rhythm and practice.

 

6. Game

           

Discourse game, Snake charmer, Blindfold, lame, friend, lord Rama-Ravana fight.

Other Games

  1. Move in or out of the Mandal.
  2. Chakkis patt
  3. Lamp post
  4. Me Shivaji
  5. Go home
  6. Lame-duck Kabaadi
  7. Kho-Kho
  8. Touch Ganesha
  9. Be an Indian
  10. Touch the Body parts
  11. Lion-Goat.

 

 

7.         Dawn daud, Challenge, Wall-war, Fireball.

8.         Brain teasers.

Vegetable shop, Recognition of fruits, Messengers, For girls, Phugri, Tipri, rope jumping.

  9.       Functional Game:       Kabaadi, Kho-Kho, Hand ball, Badminton Rubber ball.

10.       Athletics:-       100 mt, 200 mt, 400meters, 4x100m relay race, long jump, High Jump, discuss throw, wrestling.

11.       Gymnastics:-  Class Iv, V (Previous Syllabus)

 

 Class V

 

1.         Principle/Doctrine/Theory, To combine to amalgamate/to assimilate/the syllabus of class 1 to class 4.

 

Health Education:-

  1. Effect of Climate on Health.
  2. Personal and group cleanliness.
  3. Body parts and their work.
  4. Elements effect the development of body.
  5. Element that-effect health.
  6. Food related knowledge/awareness.
  7. First Aid, Balvadis, Redcross.

 

2.         Citizenship:-

           

  1. Knowledge regarding traffic rules.
  2. Nursing care of patient/to look after the patient.
  3. Social discipline (yama) Individual discipline (Niyam) Asanas and Pranayama (Beath Control)
  4. Good Habits.
  5. Personal hygiene.
  6. National Flag, National Song.
  7. Group singing from regional language song.

 

 

Previous Years Recapitulation:-

 

Free Exercise

 

  1. To do exercise/Asanas in accordance with class IV, allot more time to do more and to increase the speed.
  2. To do combined exercises.
  3. Use different methods to increase the frequency of the each exercise.

 

 

 

Rhythm Exercise :-

 

  1. Recapitulation of previous classes.
  2. Do yoga exercise, keeping in mind the stretching of various body parts.
  3. Display/exhibition, Abhinay geet from different regional languages.
  4. Use of yoga chhap, Dwitaal, Chaturth taal, Asthataal.

 

  1. Equanimity

 

  1. Recapitulation of previous classes.
  2. Vartan in Mitkaal.
  3. Vartan and marching practice of Namaskara Mudra while marching.
  4.  Game/Functional game :- Lame, Kho-Kho, standing Kho-Kho, farmer fox, touch run, Bounce the ball in the air, Lame-duck, touch and go, Music of wood.
  5. Athletics:-       100 metre, 200 metre, 400 metre, 4×100 metre relay race, High Jump, Long Jump, to bounce cricket ball, Discuss throw, (6 pound) Collective running.
  6. Display:-         Fire ball, Archery walk on the rope, mashaal yoga, chest-Back bridge pyramid (six periods to be allotted for each class.)

 

Right from admission to first:- three free interactions/discussions three games!

 

Second            1. Principle       2. Practical       3. Game.

 

Third to fifth:-1. Theoretical    2. Gymnastic    3. athletics        4. Equanimity    5. Game

 

 

Syllabus for yoga Education

 

Primary (Nursery to fifth)

Theory classes be conducted during morning Assembly and during Shiksha Bharti conglomeration /organization one period to be allotted for daily practice (35-40 minutes) on routine basis, it is Entirely depended upon the School authorities to give/allot one period for each class according to their convience.

 

Main Syllabus/Basic Syllabus

 

With the Support of teachers.

 Principle:-

  1. Primary habits to keep body healthy-Daily routine food habits, cleanliness.
  2. Yoga related primary habits/Deep breathing, Idol worship, respect for elders, Service to mankind moral values, Etiquettes, songs, stimulating, discourses Eminent personalities-life history) stories related with social and individual discipline guest honour, love and affection, why charity?/Alms?
  3. Laugh, smile to be taught.

 

Practice:-

 

  1. Purification Exercice:- cleanliness, Dant dhauti, Talu dhauti, Vaman dhauti, Vaman Mul dhauti, Mukh dhauti, Bathe, to clean nose and eye, tratak (Eye splashing), Gargle.
  2.  Asanas:-  With awareness, do the deep breathing cautiously and slowly start off with prayer Asanas or Sukha asana.
  3. Standing Position:- Tada asana, padmasana asana.
  4. Sitting position:- Vajra asana, singha asana, Ustna asansa, Padma asana, Nispandabhavan asana.
  5. Lie on the stomach:- Makar asana.
  6. Lie on the back:-  Shav asana
  7. Mudras and Bandh:- Namas kar Mudra.
  8. Pranayam:- Deep breathing stretching arms (front back) to inhale and exhale breathing, 30-60 minute shavasana.
  9. Dhyan:- Silence, omkara, prayer, dhwani, Dhyana.

10.  Sankalp:-  Continued.

 

  1. No snacks without blessings.
  2. Not to sleep without good deeds.
  3. No food without yoga.
  4. No left overs.

 

  1. Karma Yoga:- give water to plants to give water to clay pots containing plants, plantation/Feed sparrows/ants, offer water and bajra, offer chhapati to cow, to dog, habit of sharing, give love and affection to youngsters/youngness.

12.   Health Mantra/Tip:- Can bend neck while studying, but can not bend the back.

 

Important:-

Syllabus to be covered up by complete/Experienced yoga teacher.

 

Aim:-              

  1. Over all development of the child means Physically, Pranic,Mental, Moral and spiritual development.
  1. To give utmost importance on the development of mental force and intellect (sensory organs).

 

Principle :  To keep body healthy stress on morning and evening daily chores

1.         Asana, pranayam and mudra related awareness, give important information, give instructions, and also its advantages. 

2.         Give information on vegetarian diet.

3.         Information about mental and intellect approach (Sensory Organs).

4.         Silent approach, importance of prayer in life, its belongingness and dhyanas.

5.         Give knowledge on Omkara, its origin.

 

 

 

PRACTICE

 

Purification Exercises – Mouth purification, Ushapaan, Sancha Nivarti (internal and external purification of the body and the mind.

 

  • Practise asanas with utmost care.  Concentration inhaling and exhaling.
  • Asana’s in standing position.  Konasana.
  • Sitting position:  Jaanushirasana Veerasana gomukhasana, Goraksha / Bhadnasanaj.
  • Lie on the back :  Uttanapadasana.
  • Lie on the stomach :  Bhujanagasana, Dhyana Mudra – Chinmudra Chinmaya mudra, Brahma Gyanmudra, Adimudra, Gyan Mudra, Shankhmudra, Conchmudra
  • Pranayam : Shashak Shanasana, Udriya Shanasana, Vakshiya Sharasana, Greenasana, Deep breathing practice of deep breathing, keep the arms in the front, then keep the palms downwards facing the ground.  Bring the arms upward and keep the palms facing each other, inhale while moving upward and exhale behind stretching down.  Bharamari.
  • Dhyana : Photo, Idol, Jaap Jyoti and concentrate on outer dhawnis.
  • Kriya Yoga :  At least once in a year do penance, self study, indulgence in prayer/ God’s presence atleast do one practice. 
  • Yoga Sankalap :  Offer prayer after waking,before meals.Avoid Toffee, Chocalate, Chewing Gum.

 

 

CLASS – I

 

Physical Development

 

1.         Good Behaviour – Maintaining personal hygiene.  Being regular in bowls, brushing the teeth.  Keeping the room clean, keeping the clothes and bag clean.  Playing in the out, putting the waste paper and fruit peels in the dust bin.  Keeping the walls at home and school clean.

 

2.         Self Management – Keeping the things after use-in proper place at home and school.

 

3.         Self Sufficiency :  Cleaning and brushing the shoes, wearing the uniform, combing your hair and cleaning the room.  Doing homework in time and lending a helping hand in the house work and also completing your homework in time.

 

4.         Good Manners :  Talking respectfully with elder people. Being careful while crossing the road,  welcoming guests at home.  Handing over things found in class to the teacher forming a line while going out and coming to of the class.  Obeying your elders.

 

5.         Spiritual Development :  Participating in Prayer at home and being kind to animals. 

 

CLASS – II

 

1.         Good Behaviour :  Keeping books, handkerchief and socks in proper place.  Washing hands with soap and water after meals and bowls putting the fruit peels and waste paper in the dust bin.  Respecting elders and taking interest in the work at home.

2.         Taking care of health – Keeping the body clean, playing in the open and eating seasonal fruits and vegetables.

3.         Self sufficiency – Bathing, oiling the body and combing the hair washing the hanky and socks yourself.  Doing the homework yourself 

4.         Good Manners – Early to bed and early to rise. Respecting elders.  Standing up and answering in the class.

5.         Feelings of nationalism – Reciting and chanting Pratah Samaran, learning to recite shlokas of Ekta Mantra, learning patriotic songs by heart and collecting photographs of pat riots and saints.  Not throwing fruit peels and ground nut skins here and there.                       

6.         Spirituality – Being kind to animals and insects.  Taking part in the family prayers.  Talking part in the rituals at home.

7.         Being a lover of nature – Planting flowers in flower pots.  Planting (Basil) Tulsi collecting sceneries and pictures of flowers.

 

 

CLASS – III

 

1.         Good Manners -  As according to Class II

 

2.         Loving nature your friends and inviting friend at home on your birthday.  Sharing your food and eatables.

 

3.         Truthfulness – Making the student incharge of the lost and found department.

 

4.         Keeping things in proper order -  Abiding by the rules and regulations of the school.  Dressing up properly, covering the notebooks and keeping things in proper place after use.  

 

5.         Discipline – Following the rules and regulations of the school, forming a line while going out and coming to of the class.

 

 

Feeling of nationalism -  Collecting and pasting photographs of freedom fighters at home and school.  Learning patriotic songs by heart, Enacting plays based on freedom fighters.  Learning 20 sholaks each of Ekta, Ekatmata Mantra and Pratah Samaran.

 

Loving the nature – Going for a picnic, making pictures of Sunrise and sunset, gardening etc.              

 

 

CLASS – IV

 

Good Manners :  Eating nutritious vegetarian food.  Doing work according to your daily routine.  Keeping your hankies towel and comb separate.

 

Realisation of responsibility – Carrying out your responsibilities in proper way.  Doing the work at home responsibly.

 

Self help :  Doing your work your self, cleaning and decorating your home.  Watering plants and keeping the equipments in proper place.

 

Courage – Taking part in activities like jumping through the ring of fire, tug-of-war etc. Being courageous during the occurrence of natural disasters.

 

Patience – Observing silence (Maun) having patience while dining and distribution of Prasad.

 

Nationalism – Learning patriotic songs, making a map of India, celebrating national festivals and visiting places of historical importance. 

 

Social awareness and comparsion – Donating money on the occurrence of natural disasters, giving alms to the poor on Maker Sankranti.  Donating money to help the lepers.  Helping the students weak in studies, helping the old, blind and disabled.  Respecting Indian Culture and Saints and great women – Studying the cultural map of India.  Learning about rivers and mountains.  Listening to and reading stories of saints and great woman.

 

Spirituality – Going to the temple, participating in prayers.  Making a procession (Jhanki) on Janamastami)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLASS V

 

 

Good Manners – Learning Gyatri Mantra, shanti path and Vandemataram.

 

Responsibility – Doing the work at home and school in a responsible manner.  Visiting villages and slums, participating in the tree plantation programme.

 

Faith in Hard Work -  participating in the cleanliness drive, taking interest in gardening and decorating the home.

 

Truthfulness – Taking responsibility of the lost and found department

 

Self study – Studying books in the library and reading room.  Participating in  the quiz programme reading books based on the lives of great men.

 

Nationalism – Learning patriotic songs by heart, making a map of undivided India and learning about the location of important rivers and mountains.

 

Be Indian Buy Indians Making a list of things manufactured by Indian and foreign companies.  Writing an essay on the importance of Indian goods.  Organising a debate competition on the importance of Indian verses foreign goods. 

 

Spirituality Learning to meditate and chant ‘om’.  Helping the poor by contributing money when natural disasters occur.

 

MANOMAY KOSH

CLASS – I MENTAL DEVELOPMENT

 

1.         Students should be able to sign the prayer in a chorus.

 

2.         Singing and learning action songs.

 

3.         At least 5 songs and the school prayer to be learnt by heart.

 

4.         Learning to practice silence.

 

5.         Practising meditation.

 

6.         Social service – planting trees, cleaning the school premises and class room and helping parents in the housework.

 

7.         Speaking the truth and eating with the right hand, staying in a disciplined manner – Not tearing pages from books and note books, staying fit.

 

 

                                                           

                       

 

                                                    CLASS- 11

  1. To arouse love for mother land
  2. To inculcate the feeling of working together
  3. To introduce , religions stories and books like Ramayana, Mahabharata and devotee Prahalad and Dhruv.
  4. To learn four group songs, prayer and matree vandana in ayear
  5. Seva work — service
  6. To take care of books
  7. Animal services — to be humble with animals, cow, dog, cat etc.

Etiquettes Human qualities and good behaviour, ..wear clean clothes, don’t waste water avoid overuse of electricity, to keep toilets and place, place the shoes in a row.

 

CLASS- 111

  1. Chanting of religious vandana , Introduction of brave children , to introduce The saints, Ramayana, Mahabharat and religious dis courses stories
  2. To sing the songs having the influence of patriotic people and natural surrounding of the countries
  3. Four group songs, prayer and Vandemataram
  4. Service… don’t litter always use the bins to throw garbage
  5. Good qualities donot use ny illegal means in the examinations, donot use ill words
  6. Don’t read trash reading material
  7. Love nature

CLASS IV

                                        

  1. Learn religious songs.
  2. four group songs, saraswati vandna, vandaymataram, ekta mataram.
  3. to impart the feeling of oneless.
  4. to arouse the feeling for nation love (to worship the mother land )
  5. stories ……… child freedom frighter.
  6. learn the  patriotic songs and poems.
  7. learn motivational stories.
  8. to take part in the activities of school.
  9. to learn the phrases from ramayana.
  10. cleanliness and service work.
  11. to labour hard.
  12. to have swadeshi feeling.
  13. to live together.

      

                                                   

 

CLASS V

 

  1. Introduction of patriots and great happenings
  2. Saints, devi, devtas
  3. Introduce , Indian maps, religious places, rivers and mountains etc.
  4. Bharat Ke gaurav gatha
  5. To protect environment
  6. To avoid plastic bags and use paper and cloth bags
  7. Conservation of water and electricity
  8. Maun and meditation
  9. Yam nad niyam
  10. Social festivals
  11. Celebrate birthday, Daan , Deep utsav
  12. Serve the elder in the family
  13. Serve the sick
  14. To have Swadeshi feelings

 

SATYACHARAN

Intellectual Developments

Class- I

  1. Let us all do this
    • Do your work yourself
    • Be punctual
    • Be obedient
    • Live together peacefully
    • Love your country
    • Worship god

2-Learn atleast four balgeet

3-Story telling

4-Riddle about patriots

5-Learn National Anthem and Saraswati Vandana

 

6  Why indian scientists are famous

  • Kapil
  • Vergeze kurien
  • Aryabhata

7  Give introduction of Indian scientists, Charak  Vraj, Mihir, Shushrut

8  Why we worship these three:-

   Tulsi, Kadambh, Vat vrikush, Peepal

9  Chanting of four shlokas , early morning

10 Learn phases, poems and lunch prayers

11 How to celebrate birthdays

 

1  be brave

2  love books

3  respects elders

4  love plants

5  love the nation

6  love youngsters

7  learn for patriotic songs

8  listen for stories

9  Ridles about patriotic

10 Learn national anthem and saraswati vandana

11 Get introduction about Indian scientists

      A  nagaarjun

      B  Bann bhatt

      C  Brasher

      D  Ramanujan

12 Why we worship these three tree

     Neem, haldi, bepaltra and banana

    To learn the chanting of morning Shlokas

    To say prayers

     How to celebrate birthdays

 

CLASS 11

  • Science of Substances

         i.      Properties of substances ( solid, soft, transparent and opaque)

       ii.      Properties of objects ( colour , height , size)

      iii.      Working and use of Firki

     iv.      Basic colours and combinations of colours ( practical)

       v.      To gain knowledge of speed light, darkness and electricity

 

ASTRONOMY

   i.                  Knowledge of sun, moon, star etc..

 ii.                  Knowledge and explanation of speed, light and darkness.

  1. Introduction of nine planets and saptrishies
  2. Teaching, Nakshatras Parichay,Seasonal changes ritu parichay and calendar

 

Geography

   i.                  To know the direction and coners with the help of compass

 ii.                  Introduction of village, dis   and nation

  1. Introduction of India through pointing different states in the map.

 

 

Chemistry

  1. Testing the adding Lime Water
  2. To make curd from milk
  3. To make salt out of salt solution
  4. Formation of rust iron

 

Botany

  1. Types of plants .. herbs ,shruts and trees
  2. Introduction and briefing of different part of plants
  3. Importance of different plants

 

Zoology

 

  1. Young ones of animals their habits nutrition and characteteristics
  2. In troduction opf scientist
  3. Aryabhatt
  4. Bhaskarachrya
  5. Varahmihir
  6. Charak

 

Discussion about the happening near surroundings

  • To tell the scientific stories
  • Vedic mantras .. aim and introduction
  • Multiple based on nikhil sutra
  • Multiple based on no 5
  • Subtract with help of parammitra ( close friend)—
  • To know the answer with help of algebra

 

CLASS IV

 

Discussion about the importance of science in life in home in daily activities and in festivals

  • Science of  substances

                                 i.      To know the movement and speed of the substance

                               ii.      Heat conductor ,

                              iii.      Glass, transparent , half transparent, opaque

                             iv.      Mirror

                               v.      Living and non living

 

ASTRONOMY and GEOGRAPHY

 

  1. To get the knowledge of the substances which are not called
  2. To prove the origin of plants satellite meteors
  3. Introduction of neighbouring village, neighbouring state and neighbouring countries.
  4. Your neighbouring village
  5. To prepare the map from residence to school
  6. To prepare map of school premises
  7. To prepare map of your house

 

 

CHEMISTRY

 

  1. P- practical :- heat the cup by pouring cool water in it
  2. Experiment of alkaline and acid bar on litmus paper
  3. Domestic method of purifying of drinking water

 

 

ZOOLOGY

 

  1. Practical file .. near trees and plants
  2. Place a carrot with its upper portion cut in a Dishfull/ Bowlfull of water and watch
  3. Plant flower sapling and water it regularly for one month and watch
  4. Watch any five surroundings near your school or house and collect the information
  5. Role of different part of flower like stamp bud, root fruit etc.
  6. Example to plat in coloured water to plant creepers in water etc..
  7. To collect information about different type of tree on the basic of the importance of plant

 

ZOOLOGY

 

  • Write any ten creature near your surroundings
  • Introduction of different characters closely near your surroundings
  • Introduction of different characteristicof creature birds and animals
  • Important…Visit to a Zoo … exercise books

 

 

VEDIC MATHS

 

  1. Unilateral equations Rakhan gunjass ans lambai ke yog
  2. To subtract with help of parameters
  3. Arithmetic progression in multiples

 

 

 

Class V

Science of Substances

 

   i.                  Recapitulation of Class IV

 ii.                  To know speed force

  1. Type of force friction gravity
  2. To change the direction of force through windmill

 v.                  How heat is conducted in air and water transformation of heat solar energy

  1. Any object conductor of heat
  2. Or not to tell students through practical

 

 

ASTRONOMY

 

  1. To attain knowledge of English Calendar
  2. Characteristics Bhartiya Kal Gannana and Calendar Panchaang
  3. System of setting the direction,, Directions of planetary movement , differentiate between Nakashtra and planets.
  4. Learn to see calendar

 

CHEMISTRY

 

  1. Difference between natural and artificial chemicals ( acids bases solids)
  2. Why has the use of plastic?
  3. Practical on filteration of water.
  4. Practical to check the adulteration in eatables

 

 

BOTANY

Working of different parts of plants

Use of plants and their medicinal value

1. Neem      2,. Tulsi         3. Arandi       4. Aloevera     5. Bel

Classification of different types of plants

Growing own tree and its regular observation

 

ZOOLOGY

  1. Uses of cow dung, milk and butter in scientific way
  2. Role of different creatures in the protection of environment
  3. Introduction of digestive system in Biology

 

Important – Practice Science Stories, riddles, etc.

  • Vedic Maths
  • Recapitulation
  • Introduction

ANNMAY KOSH

 

1.         Specific Aim

  • To make the students able to know that “Healthy mind rests in healthy Body”
  • To make the students disciplined, patriotic and of good character
  • To keep body fit and healthy
  • To remain calm and patient in every situation.
  • To make them aware of having healthy and nutritious food.
  • To develop healthy and positive attitude.
  • To make aware of the natural energy.
  • To develop strong will power
  • To give theoretical practical knowledge physical education
  • To make them able to know that exercise is as important as food.
  • To give proper directions to different emotions
  • To develop different inherent abilities and competence.
  • To include leadership qualities through physical education
  • To give knowledge regarding the importance of health and hygiene

 

2.         Norms of Physical Education

 

1.         Practical                                   2.         Health Education

3.         Games                          4.         Sainik Samate

5.         Yogic Exercise                         6.         Different courageous activities.

 

 

CLASS VI

 

1.         THEORETICAL

  • Brief History of Indian Sports
  • Effect of Exercise and Sports on Health
  • 1 Kabaddi, 2.  Kho-Kho,  3.  Hand Ball,  4.  Badminton,  5.  Football,  6.  Table Tennis,  7.  Rope Jumping,  8.  Wrestling  9.  Athletics,  10,  Judo,  11.  Volley Ball, 12.  Hockey,  13.  Surya Namaskar,   14.  Hopple – Jumping

 

2.         HEALTH EDUCATION

  1. Physical Cleanliness                       
  2. Systematic Daily Routine
  3. Importance and gain of proteins, carbohydrates, minerals, fats and vitamins in equilibrium and Balance diet and affiliated knowledge of seven minerals substances.
  4. Water in life.
  5. First Aid and knowledge of diseases.  For example : Hurting, Giddiness, Malaria, Small Pox, Snake and scorpion Bite, Bleeding, Dysentery and Preparation of O.R.S. (Life Saving Liquid).  

 

3.         Sports (Functional) – To give practice, according the availability of sources in school.  To gain skill in any two sports.  In order to make skill and art interesting.  Arrange competitions to check the skill. 

 

4.         Equality / Similarity –

1          Attention, Stand in ease, ease (To stand equally toward right side)

2.         To form queue – One to two, three four

3.         Marching at one place dnerky and turning while marching (lapyu ds lkFk orZu½ stop collectively LrHk

 

5.         Collective Exercise

  1. Joint games exercise
  2. Exercise yoga with different equipment, for example – Tipri, Lazium, Dumble etc.
  3. Yogasan
  4. Benefits of Long breath

 

6.         Different Bravery Programme :  Courage, Fearlessness, Self Confidence

  1. Hills tracking
  2. Pyramid construction
  3. Shooting
  4. Jumping through fire circle
  5. Different activities on cycle riding,
  6. Walk on Rope
  7. Courage fearlessness, self confidence

CLASS VII

 

1.         Theoretical

  1. Life introduction of any three sports personalities of Asian level.
  2. Knowledge of National level Awards of Sports.  For example – Arjun Award, Drona Charya Award etc.
  3. Knowledge of National competition of different sports, like – Football, Hockey, Badminton etc.
  4. To give knowledge of grounds relevant to Kho-Kho, kabaddi etc.
  5. To apart knowledge of wrestling, throw discuss and Zeblian
  6. Physical growth, development and sports
  7. Sacramental Environment

2.         Health Education (To give following Information)

  1. Bones organization and muscles
  2. Digestive system
  3. To give knowledge of Balance diet and its sources – Carbohydrates, Proteins, Fats, Minerals and Vitamins.

Six prominent tastes

-         Melody (sweet)

-         Acidity (Sour)

-         Kewra (As tringent) (the fragrant flower powers)

-         Bitter

-         Salt

-         Pungent

  1. Initial knowledge of Cholera and Diorrhoea
  2. First aid of burning, cut, hurt and sprain
  3. Effect on health of love, jealous, anger, restraint, fear and courage.

 

3.         Experimental OR Functional

            To teach the skills by giving practice of sports played in previous classes :

1. Kabaddi,   2.  Kho-Kho,   3,  Handball,  4.  Badminton,  5.  Wrestling,  6. Atheletics,  7.  Judo,  8.  Rope Jumping,  9.  Surya Namaskar

 

4.         Soldier Equality Revision of Previous work

  1. Complete body exercise
  2. Musical Exercise
  3. Walking Exercise
  4. Fast / Speedy Exercise
  5. Yog Chaap (up to Tal Viyay)
  6. Indian Club
  7. Yogasan
  8. Pranayam

 

5.         Courageous Programme

 

Revision of all exercises and experiments taught in previous classes.  Self reliance and courage.

  1. Different experiments on any vehicle
  2. Five Pyramids
  3. Pole Vault, Archery, Shooting

 

 

CLASS VIII

 

1.         Theoretical

  • Brief History of Olympic Games
  • Life Introduction of any four international sportsmen
  • Names of the games to be played in Olympics
  • Knowledge of National Sports Institutions

 

2.         Health Education

  1. To give general knowledge regarding Blood Circulation activity, respiration activities etc.
  2. To give list of proteins, vitamins and balance diet.

List of six prominent tastes – Melody (sweet), acidity (sour),  Kewra (Asthingant), Bitter,  salt,  Pungent

  1. First Aid – Drowning, burning, electric shock
  2. To wrap around different kinds of bandages
  3. Energetic virtuous diet
  4. Hand wash after every meal
  5. Cleanliness of Teeth 

 

3.         Functional Games

            Revision of Games / Sports of prescribed in previous classes

1.  Kabaddi, 2.  Kho-Kho,  3.  Handball,  4.  Badminton,  5.  Football,  6.  Table Tennis,   7.  Wrestling,   8.  Athletics,  9.  Judo,  10.  Volley Ball,  11.  Rope Jumping,  12.  Surya namaskar 

 

4.         Equality / Similarity – Do practice to keep pace with and initial equality one development of commands.

 

5.         Courageous Programme

            1.         Revision of previous programme

            2.         Five new pyramids

3.         Structure of new courageous activities by own self.

4.         Practice of shooting and archery

 

 

6.         Exercise Yoga

  1. Revision of described exercises in previous classes.
  2. To learn five new exercises.
  3. Yog – chaap – Mayur Gati (e;wj xhr½,   Parserv Gati (ik’oZ xhr½,  Baan Gati (ck.k xkfr demonstrate of different imaginary structure.
  4. Yogasan
  5. Pranayam

 

CLASS – IX

 

1.         Theoretical  

  • Meaning of Physical Education
  • Aim and Motive of Physical Education
  • Role of Physical Education in schooling education
  • Requirement and contribution of physical education
  • Difference between growth and development
  • Series of physical growth and development
  • Effect of family background and environment
  • Effect of exercise on Bone structure
  • Discipline
  • Utilization of youth power

 

2.         Health Education

            1.         Meaning and importance of Health Education

            2.         Follow the rules of Health

            3.         Citizen security training and initial help

            4.         Prevention of disease and determination of social medical treatment

            5.         Eat when you are hungry.  Eat proper quantity

            6.         Home Management – Clothes and reading must be properly managed.

            7.         Home Decoration – To draw Rangoli and Swastik etc.

 

3.         Functional Games

According to the convenience of your school.  Practice is required any three skills in the year, from the following games.

 

Revision of games prescribed in previous classes :-

  1. Kabaddi,                2.  Kho-Kho                3.  Volley ball  
  2. Football,                 5.  Table Tennis            6.  Badminton

7.   Wrestling                8.  Hand Ball                9.  Basket Ball

10. Judo                       11.  Athletics (Relay Race0 4 x 100 mt, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500 mt, Long Jump … Zebline, Discuss, Shot put, Hammer, 12.  Gymnastic – Surya Namaskar

 

 

 

 

4.         Equality / Similarity (Revision of previous class syllabus)

 

Practice of frequency, practice of slow speed, turning while marching, marching in three lines (rfrO;wg esa lapyu½] pause in three lines (rfrO;wg esa fLFkj] LFkfr esa prqj O;wg o ;qx O;wg esa vkuk½] and convert into four lines then into groups ………. to teach five new exercises.

 

CLASS – X

 

1.         Theoretical -  Food and Nutrition, Proper Exercise

            Sports are cultural legacy / heritage of Human

  • Socialization of human group / humanity by the medium of sports / games
  • Encouragement to National Integration through Physical Education
  • Diet – thought – behavior
  • Patriotism, National Integration, National Anthem, National Song, National Flag, National festivals

 

2.         Physical Education

  • Free from tension and stress
  • Muscles organization
  • Effect of exercise on Muscles
  • Blood flow organization
  • Cooking hands
  • Effect of exercise on blood flow organization
  • Patients
  • Fire components
  • Hit Buk, Mit Buk, Rit Buk – Eat for good health, balance diet, seasonal diet.

 

3.         Functional Sports (Revision of Sports described in previous classes)

1)  Kabaddi,  2)  Kho-kho,  3)  Athletics,  4)  Basket Ball  5)  Volley Ball  6)  Football  7)  Table Tennis  8)  Badminton   9)  Judo,  10)  Surya Namaskar  11)  Hand ball  12)  Gymnastic – Relay Race 4 x 100 mt, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500 mt, Long, Jump, High Jump, Triple Jump, Shot put, Hammer

 

4.         Equality / Similarity

Frequent practice, practice in slow speed, while walking in three lines convert into four lines then about horn (pyrs gq, xfr rfrO;wg ls prqj O;wg rFkk orZu½ from four lines convert into three lines and left turn, prqjO;wg ls yfrO;wg okeo`r  make four lines then half turn prqjO;wg ls v/kZo`r vkfn

 

 

 

 

 

CLASS – XI

 

1.         Theoretical

 

Healthy thought, Healthy dealings, Healthy Behaviour, Proper Utilization of computer,  Mobile,  Television and Video Games, Concentration, Dedication towards hard work, Morning walk (Early to get) 

 

2.         Physical Education

1. Sound sleep is required for freshness,   2.  Anger is death bed,   3.  Eat when you are hungry,  4.  Intake 8 glass of water every day,  5.  Avoid spicy and oily food,  6.  Keep distance from bad habits and lust.

 

3.         Functional and Courageous Sports

1.  Sacramental sports.  2.  Attack and prevention   3.  Forest Camp   4.  Surya Namaskar,  Sword,  6.  Judo,  Pole Vault,  8.  Halla Phod gYyk QksM+ 9- Pyramid, 

10.  Archery,  11.  Hills tracking    

 

4.         Equality / Similarity

1.  Practice of Basic Equality     2.  Development of commands   3.  Frequent     Practice

 

5.         Exercise Yoga

1.  Revision of Exercise done in previous classes   2.  10 minutes non stop exercise.

 

                       

CLASS  – XII

1.         Theoretical

  • Misguided God of this Era (vkt dk HkVdrk gqvk nsork½
  • Rules and regulations way to meditation
  • Remove tension / stress through pranayam
  • Brave men become historical personality
  • Enormous power of unconscious mind
  • Example of discovery of Benjin’s formula – Singer sewing machine

 

Physical Education:-   1.         Release Laziness,          2.         Release Addiction

                                    3.         Over all Health 4.         Regularity and continuity

                                    5.         Joyful Life                     6.         Avoid spicy food

                                    7.         Seeing good, speak good,and listen too good.

 

Functional Sports:-     1.         Sacramental Sports       2.         Kabaddi           3.         Judo

                                    4.         Athletics                       5.         Surya Namaskar.

 

Equality/Similarity:-               According t6o class XI syllabus.

 

Courageous Programmes:-   

  1. Entry in building for fire suppression through Rope.
  2. Safety deeds.
  3. First Aid.
  4. Too fight and shoot terrorist (Fake fight in order to learn the used of rifles.)
  5. Pyramid
  6. Slooting
  7. Emergency Call
  8. Disaster Management
  9. Citizen Safety

 

Exercise Yoga:-          1. Revision of exercise described in Previous classes.

                                    2. Pyramids.

 

For All Classes:-

Requirement of Directions Motivation for Adolescence, and youth and men:-

 

1.         Avoid intake outside food,                    2.         Avoid cold drinks and fast junk food,

3.         Proper reasonable use of water,            4.         Save fuel,

5.         Antitradition use of fuel,                        6.         Use fuel for beneficial social work.

7.         Importance of conservation of Semen + Enlightment + How semen is formed.   

8.         Take Education which build your character, Enhance your inner power, Develop your    mind and help to make your self respective person.  

9.         Be person to Personality- Swami Ranganathan-Personality of devotion of Power to Society.

10.       Brahm charya is the source to touch the height in life.

11.       Disciplined life for Youth

            Respect to Parents, Elders and Teachers.

Behave each women as sister.

Eating habits must be cleaned and Balanced.

Control on speech is a skill (ri), Speak Softly, Do Practice  to remain quiet.

Entertainment/Recreation is necessary within limits.

Keep all parts of body clean.

Choose Sacramental and moral based Books for self study.

Join Good company/Move with good company.

Avoid ill thoughts. (evil thinking).

Do not waste your time in worthless gossips.

Do good deeds every day.

In order to get success, Choose the way of hard work and approval (çekf.kdrk)

Self Analysis makes our life Better

 

14.       Be Brave, Do not tolerate unjustice.

            Protection of youth (;kSou lqj{kk)

 

 

 

  1. Protection of Body is a Religions source. [kyq 'kjhjek?ka /keZlk/kue~A
  2. What is Brahma Charya, Difference of Psychology between western imagination and Indian thoughts.
    1. Yogya Valkya Sanhita (;kKoYd; lafgrk)
    2. Ved Vyas (osn O;kl)                           3.         Atharv Veda (vFkoZosn)

4.         God Shiva (Hkxoku 'kadj)                     5.         Jain Shastra (tSu 'kkL=k)

6.         Semen Conversation in life.       Gorakh Nath  ¼xksj[k ukFk), Vadyak Shastra (oS|d 'kkL=)

7.         Thought of Modern Doctors – Dr. Nikat, Dr. Dio Luis..

8.         Kabir’s life was simple and stress free.

9.         Status of society- Due to westernization.

10.       Experience of Raja yayati.

11.       Topic of Swami Dayanand

12.       Topic of Swami Vivekanand.

13.       Misunderstandings  regarding AIDS.

14.       Fake Advertisements of Multi National Companies.

 

EPIGRAM

dkeØks/kxzkgoUrha iapsfUnz;tyka unhe~A

ukoa /k`fre;h d`Rok tUenqxkZf.k lUrjAA        ^^vKkr**

 

Lust and Anger equalant to crocodile, Five senses are as water Cycle of Birth is tuffe and hard. In order to cross varied (nqLrj) river, Boat of Patients is required.

 

tgk¡ dke rg¡ uke ufga] tgk¡ uke ufg dkeA

nksuksa dcgw¡ uk feyS] jfo jtuh bd dkeAA     dchj

 

Where is the work, there is no fame, where fame, there is no task

Both are never equally possible, as Day and Night can never be at the same venue/place.

 

og fud`”V nkl gS ftl ij dke ‘kklu djrk gS& cqd

 

The worst of slaves is he whom passion rules     Brooke

 

dke Øks/k en yksHk lc] çcy eksg dh /kkjA

frueg¡ vfr nk:.k nq%[kn] ek;k:ih ukjAA    rqylh ¼ekul½

 

Lust, Anger, Proud, Greed are all lead to worldly desires But Attractive and nonreactable fairy, is the cause of grief in all above mentioned traits.

 

dke ;|fi ,d fud`”V çcU/kd gS rFkkfi ,d ‘kfDr’kkyh L=ksr gS      ,elZu

 

Passion, though a bad regulator, is a powerful spring-    Emerson. 

 

 

 

 

Lkapyu xhr

 

:dsa u ge] teas dne] c<+sa pysa]

Ckusa fuMj] LoekxZ ij c<+sa pysa]

c<+sa pysa] c<+sa pysa] c<+sa pysaAA

                    

lkeus igkM+ gks] flag dh ngkM+ gks]

                     >kM+ dh >adkM+ gks] çy; ?ku çxk<+ gks]

                     Ikj u ge :ds dgha] ij u ge >qdsa dHkh]

                     flag dh iNkM+ dj] ?ksj ?kVk QkM+ dj]

                     fo?u ds igkM+ ij] c<+sa pysaAA1AA

 

l?ku va/kdkj gks] e`R;q dh iqdkj gks]

‘k=q dk çgkj gks] vxe jDr /kkj gks]

Ikj u ge :ds tjk] lj u ge >qdsa tjk]

Va/kdkj QksM+dj] ‘k=q dks fupksM+ dj]

Ek`R;q dks f>a>ksM+dj] c<+sa pysaAA2AA

                    

I;kkj dh iqdkj gks] cka/krk nqykj gks]

                     flldrs gtkj gksa] ph[k phRdkj gks]

                     fdarq ge u :d ldssa] fdarq ge u >qd ldsa]

                     ca/ku gj rksM+dj] flldu gj NksM+ dj]

                     v/kM+ ls gksdj] c<+s pys] c<+sa pysAA3AA

 

Lot ugh fo:) gks] }kj }kjk :) gks]

HkkX; Lo;a {kqC/k gks] egkdky Øq) gks]

,d iy u ij :ds] ,d iy ij u ij >qdsa

Dkfydk djky ls] mBdj Hkwpky ls]

gk¡ fd egkdky ls] fHkM+sa pysAA4AA

 

                     ân; esa meax ys] iqyd vax vax ysa]

                     ekr` HkfDr lax ys] fot; dh rjax ysa]

                     ;s dne u :d ldsa] ;s dne u >qd ldsa]

                     ns’k LokfHkeku ds] vku cku ‘kku ds

                     Hkou ouksRFkku ds] x<+sa pysaAA5AA

 

Pranayam Kosh

 

Syllabus has not been fixed according to the classes or standards. Syllabus for secondary and sr. secondary have been prepared. This syllabus is being started with ‘prayer’ and shanty path’.

 

Theoretical aspect can be performed through prayer assembly and weekly assembly of Shishu Bharti. Period of 35-40 minutes will have to pay for daily practice. This time period will be the same for all the classes or not depend upon the availability of facilities of the school.

 

Prayer-Shanti Path

 

Beginning and end of meditation session will be with ‘Brahmnaad’

 

In the beginning of Meditation Session:     Om Purnamd Purnamedam Purnaat Purnamuchyte.

Purnasya Purnamadaya Purnamevavsheshyte

Om Shanti, Shanti Shanti.

 

In the End of closing with:-

 

Om Tryambak Yajmahy Sugandhi Pushtivardhnam Urvarukmev andhnamstyormukshiya mamsitat. 1.

 

Om Asto Masadgamaye Tamsomajyotirgamaye Mrityormamsitm gamaye. 2

 

Sarve Bhavantu Sukhina, Sarve Santu Niramya, Sarve Bhadrani Pashyantu makashchid Dukh Bhagbhavet.

 

Om Adyo Shantiartiksh om Shanti Prithvi Shantirapa Shantiroshdya Shanti. vanspati shantiviswedeva shantirbhrona  shanty sarve om shanty.

Shantireva shanty sama shantiredhi.

Om Shanti, shanti, Shanti.

 

Classes 2 to 8

 

Basic Syllabus

 

Theoretical sides:-     Importance of self health.

  • Position of Prayer in Life
  • Importance of Yam Niyam.

Through these develop the national attitude.

  • Importance of Respiration.
  • Yoga dialogue with children:

Insignificant to myself, broaden to self.

Practice:-        Purification: Jalneti.

 

Asan:    slowly movement of organs and consciousness of position with shythen.

 

Standing :         Ardh Chakrasan, Passhav Trikon-asan, Suryanamaskar.

 

Laying: Pawanmuktasan, Uttanpadasan.

 

Pranayam:        Naadishudhi-Qnulom-vilom, Samshavasan.

 

Meditation:       Practice of Meditation on subject matter, japa, jyotidhyan, picture

meditation.

 

Yoga Sankalp:  Be silent rather than speak.

 

Karm Yoga:     Cleanliness, gardening, spaising, decoration. Cooperate parent at home

and teachers and classfellows at school.

 

Objectives

 

  1. Health consciousness.
  2. To be familiar with the parts of yoga on the basis of yoga literature.
  3. To understand the important role in the development of a person, family and society and healthy relationship.

 

Principles

 

1.         Justify the principles of Yam:     Social and Individual code of conduct and

honour the welfare of all Introduce the life sketch of great personalities and intend to social work.

 

  1. To understand the definition of asan and pranayam. To impart the knowledge of proper dress time and environment for asana. In yoga exercise and general life, importance of proper living.

 

  1. Yogic hypothesis of health: from healthy person to healthy society.

 

  1. Proper balanced diet of yogic hypothesis.

 

  1. To impart knowledge of purifying of actions sirekarma, dhoti, vastineti, nolti, tratak, kapaalbhaati,

 

  1. Importance of meditation and silence in life.

 

  1. Discuss on onkar jab(recitation) (where there is recitation, there is feeling) in context yogadarshan 1:28 Good result of recitation)

 

Result

 

  1. Purifying actions: Previous practice, Taalemooldhoti, dantmooldhoti and massage.for meditation south and north jatrutratak, anyusth tratak. Practice of cleaning of ears, noval and  private parts of the body.

 

  1. Exercise:         Slowly but keeping on the consciousness of the movement of body parts and with the rhythm of  breathe.

Keep in mind to do the ‘Purak’ exercise.

Standing:-       Trikonaasan & Garudaasan.

Sitting:-           Yogmudra, Badh Padmaasan, Purak dhanuraasan, semicircled fushyaasan, tolaasan, dhanuraasan.

Exercises related to stomach

Shalabhaasan, Nakaasan.

Exercises related to back

Mallaasan, fushyaasan, vipreetkarni.

 

  1. Mudrai:-         Ashwani, Yonimudra.

 

  1. Pranayam:-     Chanderbhedan, Surya Bhedan, Bhartrika, Prabhed Sheetli of Kapaalbhaati, Sheetkaari.
    1. To do kapaalbhati 20-25 times with opened eyes develop pronunciation, clean the neck, remove stammering and clean the voice.
    2. Kaapalbhati leads to consciousness of knowledge, senses and develop the wisdom. 

 

  1. Meditation:-   To pay attention to vas-pravas. To observe mentallyfrom body conscience and toe to head. Relaxation. The following exercises are beneficial to develop the meditation.
    1. In straight position, eye sight on one metre distance, take 20-25 deep breathe. Pay attention on breathe. This develop the memory power. One gets free from stress and tiredness.
    2. In straight position, close eyes, chin in kanthmool, attention on the backside of neck, inhale and exhale 20-25 deep breathe. This develops intellectual powers and increase thinking power.
    3. Practice of ‘Tratak’ from 1-5 minutes on shankh Mudra. This exercise is boon for mentally weak students. This exercise can be done in straight, standing and sitting position. Easy Exercises of 6 eyes, kapaal and neck nerves. To massage these organs from forehead. Exercise 25 times of stretching and releasing.

 

  1. Service work:-            To participate in the activities of sanskar centres.

 

 

 

 

  1. Yog Sanskalp:-           (1)        As thinking so as personality.

(2)               To be cultured to self. Whose work? It’s mine..

(3)               To have resolution to get rid of one worthless habit.

(4)               To have resolution to distribute the thing/things.

(5)               Meditation increases concentration.

(6)               If mentally tired, to do body work.

(7)               If body tired, relaxed mentally, conscious relaxation.

(8)               No entertainment without tiredness. Entertainment is that which improvers health .

(9)               To have resolution to get rid of necessity of oneself.

(10)           Never abuse or call by bad natures.

(11)           To have resolution not to kill helpless creatures.

(12)           Not to harm others for one’s project.

(13)           Yoga Questions.

 

(1)               Which works one can do for me?

(2)               Which works one cannot do for me?

(3)               Where does “Narayan” live?

(4)               Which are the best entertainments?

 

Healthy Points.

 

(1)               Seed of disease is in mind.

(2)               Diversion of mind gives invitation to diseases.

(3)               No food without hunger.

(4)               Simple food, simple outfit and simple living.

(5)               Tasty food is lustful, to taste healthy food is yoga.

 

Secondary &Sr. Secondary

Basic Syllabus:-         By General teachers.

 

Principles:-     Recapitulation of the work of previous classes.

  1. Why to sit with straight spinal cord.
  2. To distinguish vegetarian non-  vegetarian food and to tell the specific qualities of vegetarian food.

 

  1. Yoga based dairy.
  2. Recreation – when, how much and how?

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRACTICE

 

  1. Purification activities: Rehearsal, Triphala or Amla water both.
  2.  Aasan : rehersal, exercises of arms, hands, foot joints – exercise waist, cervical (neck) muscle exercises.
  3. Pranayam rehersal of meditation, Meditation for few moments on topic of lesson.  Make series of daily routine of aason, Program and meditation.
  4. Brahmanad in starting of period in a class.  Three deep breaths, awatreness (meditation) to stillness exercise.
  5. To give up harmful things and habits.
  6. White yog related quotations on blackboard.
  7. Yoga related dohas, selection of chaupai, their charts and to peek in assembly.

 

Aims:

  1. To clear yogic opinion of human body organization.
  2. Allround development of personality.
  3. Introduction of Antapkaran Chatushtya – Mind, intellect, chittas and ego.
  4. Concept of Yoga based education.
  5. Inpiration for healthy daily routine.

 

Principal:

  1. Yogic concept of human body- Annmay, tridosh- cough, pitt, vaat, Shatchakra,  

Marmthal,panchpran, mudra and bandh.

  1. Relation of body and mind.  Healthy mind in healthy body..Antahkaran.
  2. Importance of pranayam and different experiments
  3. Panchkosh and allround development of personality.
  4. From Onkar recitation, interview with soul and to remove obstruction.
  5. Introduction of Yoga based religions books.  Yogdarhan (Swami Vivekanand: Rajyog, Jeewan Sadna) Bhagwad Gita, Hath Pradipika, Vivek Chudamani (Shankaracharya).
  6. Yoga based life style (Daily Routine).

 

 

   Practice

 

  1. Purification activity: – Sutraneti, Agnisar, Moli and Vamandhauti.
  2. Aasan: – At very slow speed.  Awareness of organs and speed of organ, keeping in mind rhythm of breathing.

In standing position- Hastpadangu aasan, Parivrit Pasharv aasan, Ardhkatichakrasan.
In standing position – Siddhasan, Badhkonasan, Hansasan position (Thumbs meeting hand and fingers towards head) Kukutasan, Garbhasan, dwipat kandhrasan, Padam Mayurasan, Suptvajrasan)
Lying towards back  Sarvangasan, Halasan, Padam Matyrasan, Chakrasan.

  1. Mudra and Bandh: from Yoga literature.
    Mahamudra, Hastmudra; Fire, air, sky,earth and water, Mulbandh, Udyan Bandh, Jalandhar Bandh
  2. Pranayam : Rehearsal. After Rechak at Sewan 3-4 times forceful hesitation.  And ear power practice.

 

  Meditation

 

  • To meditate difficult questions of Mathematics and science and to get solution.
  • Meditation problems and to get solution.  Improvement in memory and reception power. Chaitnaya Kendra navel, heart, neck, front part of nose and centre of eyebrows. 
  • Serial wise meditation of yoga formulas, Meditate on Yoga concept and health formulas.
  • Sakshibhav in tense situation, Change of taste by meditations.
  • Meditation through sankirtan.
  • Yoga nidra, Aavartan dhayan.  Imagination of colour Meditation.
  • Practice of thinking, consideration and self – study.
  • Make daily practice of aasan, Pranayam and meditation and follow it regularly.
    Scene – construction of listening matter, collection and exhibition.

 

  Yoga Question

 

  1. Whether social service can lead to spiritual degradation?
  2. What precaution should be taken while doing social service?
  3. Why not Pan masala and drugs?
  4. What is the biggest surprise for man? (Confusion for immortality event after death in each birth).
  5. How poor is a man? (As such as his desires).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yoga Sankalp

  1. Healthy recreation, simple food.
  2. Never take Tamsik food.
  3. Self control of taste taste self control – Sadhana ka Sopan.
  4. Eat milk, drink food.
  5. Never drink ice cold water, don’t have hot things.
  6. Minimum water in between food.
  7. Wake up before sunrise.
  8. Select a suitable book for self study.
  9. Precaution is worship.
  10. If my things are helpful to others it will give me happiness.
  11. I will not discriminate on the basis of caste and property.
  12. I will use minimum sources of nature for myself.
  13. I will show myself behavior.
  14. I will worship truth.

 

Health Formulas

 

  1. Reason of diseases?  Unhygienic food, unscientific life style.
  2. Who am I? As my thinking.  As my thinking so as my life style.
  3. As you listen, read and see, as your thinking.
  4. Distorted life style
  5. Distorted recreation – mental disorder.
  6. Maida (devoid of nutrients) incomplete food, root cause for ailments of stomach.
  7. Maida; reason of constipation.
  8. Whole cereal with choker.  Flour – insurance of health.
  9. Protection of plants; Human security.
  10. Brahmacharya is easy by high ideals.

 

                                           For all the classes

 

Proverbs based on Yoga

 

(These proverbs can be written on the black-board as well as discussed with the students by the teachers)

 

  1. Yoga controls the wavering.

 

  1. A person becomes stable by controlling wavered mind.

 

  1. Penarice, Self studios and God are Yoga in action.

 

  1. When a person becomes non-violet, all the creatures around him, forsake hostility.

 

  1. Voice becomes argumentative without truth. A yogi never tells a lie.

 

  1. Satisfaction gives ecstasy.

 

  1. Body and senses are corrected to improvised by panacea.

 

  1. One can have a communication with God by self studies.

 

  1. Undoubtedly mind is waveri9ng all the time and it is difficult to restrain it but it can be controlled with the help of exercise and renunciation.

 

  1. It is said that mind can be captivated by a particular place.

 

  1. Meditation can be responsible for concentration.

 

  1. Yoga is becoming perfect in our duties.

 

  1. Yoga ends our miseries but with the help of proper dietary habits, routine and also the schedule of our waking up and going to bed.

 

  1. We can get all treasures by not stealing anything from anyone.

 

  1. By having a boars vision, one becomes physical, mentally and spiritually strong.

 

  1. By following the principle of not accumulating wealth, we know the mystry of birth.

 

  1. By pondering over the different matters our body becomes purified, mind becomes pious and we get concentration, control over senses and capability to peep into our soul.

 

(a)        Proving resources is called Yoga.

 

(b)               Yoga is proving the resources.

 

(c)                Yoga is joining people Viyoga  is dejoining.

 

(d)               Yoga is Self studying.

 

(e)                Yoga is disciplined food and relaxation.

 

(f)                 Yoga is exercise and detachment.

 

(g)                Yoga is assembling a personality.

 

(h)                Yoga is satsang and Yagya.

 

(i)                  Yoga is converting positive from negative.

 

(j)                 Yoga is consuming beneficial happily.

 

(k)               Yoga is understanding work.

 

(l)                  Standing by oneself is Yoga.

 

(m)              Yoga is body, mind, breath and purifying wisdom.

 

(n)                Yoga is stopping being egoist and developing the self.

 

(o)               Yoga is knowledge, education and wisdom.

 

(p)               Yoga is said to be the destroyer of sadness/misery.

 

(q)               Yoga is minimizing one’s necessities and developing one’s selfless services.

 

 

Quotations

 

v     Kam ki shanty kabhi kam ke upbhog se nahin ho sakti.  Wah to is se aag mein ghi dalne ke saman adhik badhta hai.
                                                                                       -Mahabharat

v     Kam, krodh aur lobh ye tinon narak ked war hain, ye hi tinon aatmaon ko nasht kar dete hain, in tinon ka tyagna uchit hai, kam kaya rupi chulhe mein jalti hui agni hai.
                                                                                      - Amrit lal Nagar

v     Kam par vijay prapt hote hi gyan ki nidhi hath lagti hai.  Kam vijay Gita ki gyan ki kunji hai.

v     Kami ke sath rahne se Deepak ka tail samapt ho jata hai.  Sant ke sath rahne se sahaj rup se prakash prapt hota hai.

v     Kam se jo purush pidit hai, we jad aur chetan mein bhed nahin kar sakte.

v     Jo ati dusta hain wah kami, krodhi aur lobhi hota hai.  Rishi wah hai jo man gyan mein hi rahta hai avam kabhi lobh nahin karta.

 

Manomay Kosh

Class VI

  1. Form of mind.
  2. Mind is made up of sense organs and work senses.
  3. mind is a group of scenes.
  4. Self study.
  5. Birthday according to Indian tradition.
  6. Eat by sharing.
  7. A forestation – to increase greenery through plantation.
  8. Poem.
  9. Song.
  10. Story.
  11. Dohey.
  12. Practice of Concentration.
  13. Observance of time, rules and regulations.

 

 

Class VII

  1. Mind.
  2. Good Company..
  3. Poem.
  4. Song.
  5. Story.
  6. Cleanliness.
  7. Student should construct their future.
  8. Exercise and health education.
  9. Kindness towards living beings.

10.  Dohey.

11.  Practice of Concentration.

12.  Observance of time, rule and regulation.

 

 

Class VIII

  1. Effects of thoughts on body.
  2. Poem.
  3. Song.
  4. Story.
  5. Duty is more important than right.
  6. Determination.
  7. Observance of time, rule and low.
  8. Live together, cooperate.
  9. Speak good

10.  Practice of concentration.

 

Class X

  1. 16 Sanskars.
  2. Poem.
  3. Songs.
  4. .Welfare of Society.
  5. Health protection.
  6. Don’t waste money.
  7. Beware of bad habits.
  8. Be laborious.
  9. Conservation of cow.

10.  Patience.

11.  Speak good.

12.  Practice of concentration.

 

Class XII

  1. Patriotism.
  2. Poem.
  3. Song.
  4. Story.
  5. Follow the certified way.
  6. Learn goal of life.
  7. Wealthy life with self control.
  8. Be busy be happy.
  9. Literacy.

10.  Dedication.

11.  Cultured atmosphere in family.

12.  Mental Conflicts.

13.  Well Spoker.

14.  Practice of Concentration.

 

Class XII

  1. Dutifulness.
  2. Poem.
  3. Song.
  4. Story.
  5. Beware of false behavior.
  6. Laugh and let others also laugh.
  7. The best policy is to do good to others.
  8. Don’t be lustful.
  9. Importance of thinking power.

10.  Adopt spiritual life.

11.  Nothing is impossible.

12.  Use excess energy in social work.

13.  Practice of concentration.

14.  Collectiveness.

15.  Selflessness.

16.  Transparency.

17.  Mutual Cooperation.

 

Same for All Classes

Art of living.

  1. Simple living high thinking.
  2. High and pious thinking.
  3. Appropriate food, Gita – Code, food and behaviour.
  4. Accept Simple balanced food with silent mind.
  5. Wake up early in the morning.
  6. Keep distance from bad persons.
  7. Don’t take liquor and drugs.
  8. Follow good company.
  9. Respect females as mothers, incidence of Shivaji.

10.  Read good literature.

11.  Life of Bhishma.

 

Quotations

 

  •   Lobh ke ichha dambh bal, kam ke kewal nari
        krodh ke purush bachan bal, munivar kah hi vichari.

 

                    -Tulsi

 

  •   Jyon garbh jhilli se, dhuain se aag, Shisha  dhool se |
        yun kam se rahta dhaka hai gyan bhi(Aamul) se
        yah kam shatru mahan, nitya atripta agni saman hai
        is se Dhaka kaunteya sare gyniyon ka gyan hai

 

-Sri Hari Gita

 

  •  Kam, krodh ki utpatti
          paida rajogun se hua yah kam hi yah krodh hi
          petu mahapapi karata pap hai bairi yahi

                                         – Sri Hari Gita 3/37

 

  •    Kam ka niwas – sthan
            man indriyon me, budhhi me yah was vairi nit Karen
            in ke sahare gyan dhak, jeevatm ko mohit Karen

                                         – Sri Hari Gita 3/40

 

  •    Kam ka nash

        Indriya daman kar ke karo phir nash shatu mahan ka
        papi sada yah nash kare gyan ka vigyan ka

-         Sri Hari Gita 3/41

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stories of Mental Development

 

Non Violence

April

Siddhartha- Bird

May

Budh Aanguliman

July

Ashoka

August

Shivi Pigeon eagle

SeptemberSwami Shraddhananda
Truth Raja  Harishchandra Yudhishthra Raghukul Riti Sada chali aai Dayanand Shahpur Naresh and rateen Khan Rana Pratap
Asteya Last cloth for Raja Harishchandra’s son – Rohit.. Astey. Bharata Ayodhya kingdom. Chankya. Hansraj DAV Lahore Pvt. Writing material
Virginity Brahmcharya Sri Ram Sewak Hanuman. DayanandBig ideal. To explainBrahmcharya. Bhisma Promise Devvrat. RamkrishnaSharda
Aprigraha Maharaja Raghu. Without money world tour. Dr. Rajendra Prasad Sardar Patel Raja Rantidev’s devotees drought, food after 40 days.
Silence If it is ok not to talk keep silence. Mutual conversations till not say no. Self control even during quarrel.    
Dialogue Cleanliness of body, soul, mind and intellect. Sources in a row Recreation Take stand in own To take right decision of duty
Self Control Self control of food, when to eat and how much to eat. Self control of talking when, how much and how? Self control of playing, when, how much & how? Self control of recreation when, how and how much? Self control of reading when, how and how much.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meditation Meditate on picture Meditation of reading Meditation of prayer Meditation obaiju Bawan writing Meditation on speaking.
Diet Simple Six juices Fruit diet Vegetables in diet Pulses in diet
Practice Eklavya Baiju Bawara Milkha Singh Bopdev Mahatma to Munshiram
  October November January February  
Shauch Detoxification of poison by Dayanand Neti-Dhauti. Guru Nanak Dev Ji Mahatma Budha Hazari Prasad Dwiwedi  
SatisfactionExile Kingdom of Rama/Village Yudhisthir five Upadhyay Deen Dayal hut Ravidas Paras  
Tap Sidhartha to Budha Dhruv’s mother Suniti Vardhman 12 years Nachiketa  
Self Study Keshav Rao Hedgevar Narendra Dutt (Swami Vivekananda) Sri Arvinda Pamini Grammar  
God Meera’s examination Poison Haridas, Tansen’s Guru Music Narsi Mehta Guru Teg Bahadur  
Dialogue Practice and anasakti Extension of self whose win? Vidya Prakash Anand    
Practice Jagdish Chandra Bose Draupadi’s Swayamvar Word hitting arrow    
Vairagya Tulsidas Meera Purandar Das Raman Swami  

Gyan Ka Deep Jalay Rakhunga

“ Hai Bhartiya Yuvak

Gyani – Vigyani, Manavta ke premi

Sankeern Tuchh Lakshay ki lalsa pap hai !

Mere sapne bade, mai mehnat karunga

Mera desh mahan ho, dhanwan ho, gunwan ho,

Yah prerna ka bhaw amulya hai,

Kahin bhi dharti par, us se upar ya neeche

Deep jalaye rakhunga jis se mera desh mahan ho!

-Former president Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

 

Vigyanmay Kosh

Class VI

 

  1. Meaning of vigyanmay kosh.
  2. Meaning of science is special knowledge.
  3. Through general knowledge we understand day to day problem.
  4. A worldly affair goes on with general knowledge.
  5. Difference between education and knowledge
    meaning of education means knowledge of physical world through education.
  6. Knowledge is science of BrahmGyan.
  7. Brain develops from knowledge means we can differentiate between good and bad.
  8. Learn Saraswati Vandana. Kshir, Neer, Vivek, Budhi are called Viveksheel Prani.
    accordin too Vivekananda and Shree Arvind Ji development of concentration is its main source.

 

 Practice

  1. Deep self study – concentrate mind in self study.
  2. Close eyes after study try to recollect the matter read.
  3. Write again the learn matter.
  4. Solve difficult question.

  Great genius and scientists

  1. Aryabhatt- He proved for the first time that the earth is round and while moving on its own axis revolves around the sun. 
  2. Jagdishchandra Bose- There is life in plants. This information was given to the whole world.
  3. Chanakya – Mentor of Emperor Chandragupta and a famous diplomat.
  4. Guru Nanak – Founder of Sikh religion.
  5. Christ – Founder of Christian faith.
  6. Arthvam Rishi – First scientist of the world who invented fire.

 

Class VII

 

  1. Meaning of current knowledge is information.  Meaning of science is dedication, recognition and experience.
  2. Soul is immortal, is different from body, it is a part of God.  This information is called self knowledge.
  3. Who am I? Men make his identification on the basis of caste, state and religion.
    Still identification is through self knowledge.
  4. Science removes darkness of illiteracy.
  5. Recite Gayatri Mantra.  This mantra develops knowledge – science.

 

 

 

Practice

  1. According to Vivekananda – “As high as you can throw football high in football ground as soon as you can understand Gita.”
  2. Riddle.
  3. Antakshari.
  4. Complete the line of song.
  5. Disciplined study, revise in mind, chew and digest.
  6. Answer oral question

 

 

 Great Genius and Scientists

  1. Varahamihir – Astrologist, forteller on the principle of phaljyotish.
  2. Sushrut – Skin transplantation Expert in plastic surgery and surgery of contract.
  3. Kalpana Chawla- First female astronaut (Indian).
  4. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul kalam – Atomic scientist, former President of India.
  5. Chandrashekhar Venkata Raman – Raman Effect discovered in physics.
  6. Sriniwas Ramanujam – Great Mathemetician.

Solve some puzzles

  1. Why take food takes more time to cook at mountains?
  2. Why do we wear white clothes in summer?
  3. Why piece of ice floats on water?
  4.  What were full names of Lal, Bal and Pal?
  5. Which personal prize is given in field of sports for excellence?

 

 

Class VIII

  1. Three features of soul according to spirituals Shastras – Sat, Shiv and Sunder.
  2. Expression of life component – Satyam, Shivam, Sundram
    In language of Science
    (a) Sat is for dedication for excellence.
    (b) Meaning of Shiv is mindful wellbeing people.
    (c) Meaning of sundram is beauty.
  3. Intimacy should not only reside within family but it should be growth of soul.
  4. Saptpadi Yatra – individual, family, society, nation, world, universe and God.

 

Practice

1.    See with concentration, listen, understand and consider.

  1. Before speaking think the points, write them and then speak.
  2. Complete the incomplete story.
  3. Complete the problems given in newspapers.
  4. Participation in Debate and speech Competition.
  5. Recitation of om.
  6. Learn poems and then recite.

 

   

     Genius and great Scientist’s knowledge

 

  1. Kapil – Development of universe principles founder.
  2. Arastu – Great Greek of 4th century B.C. Pupil of Pluto and mentor of Alexander.
  3. Dhanwantari – Founder of Ayurvigyan subject. Specialist in diagnosis through Ayurvedic medicine.

 

                Let us solve

 

  1. How age of determine?
  2. Youth remember – Swami Vivekanand’s birthday as “Yuva Divas” for his excellent work in social service.
  3. What is a meaning of Saraswati and its depth?
  4. Use of turmeric is considered good for worship why?
  5. Write any three names of part of rule.

 

Class IX

  1. Best revolution in body reproduces through self study.
  2. Knowledge is reason for past, future and present things.
  3. Saraswati goes to that person who confines this mantra.
  4. Diseases are cured by aasan, sins are cure by pranayam and Pratyahar remove mentalconflicts.
  5. Yogi sees in visible world as visible.

 

Practice

  1. Fusion of Knowledge, thinking and action makes a person TirthaRaj Prayag.
  2. Any in difference between knowledge, thinking and action makes a person unstable.
  3. For enrichment of Vigyanmay Kosh meditation is must in life.
  4. Introspection is necessary.

 

Introduction of Scientists and Sadhakas

  1.   Mario Pojio- Born in Italy, Specialist of Cancer.  He injured his own body to protect 

        others  from harmful effects of X-ray and introduced surgical medical process.

  1.   Harold Gillies – Famous Plastic Surgeon of New Zeeland.
  2.   Dr. Aatmaram born in Bijnaur (U.P.) a great chemist, thesis work on Photosynthesis and got PadamShree for this.

 

 Let us Solve

  1. Why milk of Cow is yellow? And milk of buffalo is white.
  2. Why Cow eats green powder and gives white milk?
  3. What is article 370 of Indian Constitution?
  4. Why Tides occur during full moon night?
  5. How a great singer can make pieces of glass by his song?

 

 Practice

  1. Concentrate on any naturals scenes and make its Scenery.
  2. Play game on remembering names of cultural Cities.
  3. Play game of Chess.

 

Class X

 

  1. JapYog, TapYog, DhyanYog, Pran Yog is study, practice it.
  2. Effective thinking, ideal duty fullness and good deeds make great persons.
  3. Most of the great persons are born in hard situations and poor families.
  4. Greatness of personality is visible due to excellent character kind behaviour and refined life.
  5. Soul is store of enormous powers.  See it, understand and try to increase powers

Practice

  1. I gave you 20 rupees.   I asked you to bring three things- Pencil, Book and a notebook. Coast of book is nine rupees more.  Spend 20 rupees on three items and gave statement after the expenses.
  2. Make a picture of Om on a wall and watch for one minute.  Increase duration of time.
  3. Listen speeches of great persons and then learn.

 

Great Personalities

  1. Nagarjun – A great Chemist.
  2. Narayan pandit – He created ‘Ganit Kaumudi’ a book on Arithmetic of 14 Chapters.
  3. Dr. Homi Janhangir Bhabha – Father of Indian Atomic Power.
  4. BrahmGupta- He worked on one branch of higher mathematics (numeral analysis)

 

Let us solve

  1. Why weight of iron increases after rusting?
  2. Why it is easy to walk on wet send as compared to dry sand?
  3. Why water pipes burst sometimes in winter days?
  4. Colours of soaps are different but they give white lather on bathing?

 

 

Class XI

      Vigyanmay Kosh completes two purposes:

  1. First inner feelings of heart and through layers of ego.
  2. Through sanskaras it develops and expands.
  3. The Second purposes of Vigyanmay Kosh are to aware deep layers of inner consciousness.  Through this we can contact micro world.
  4. Development of Vigyanmay Kosh is through enrichment of good wishes.

 

 

Practice

  1. Practice makes a man perfect.
  2. Try to swim against flow of water.
  3. How many words are in the world  ‘Aaram’ ?  Play with such words.
  4. Learn ‘Vande Matram’ and sing this National Song.

 

Give scientific basis

  1. What is ‘Mala’? What is its scientific form?
  2. Purification of Heart through behaviour.
  3. Why should we get up early in the morning?
  4. Why Cowdung should be used in kitchen for making flouring?

 

 

Great personalities

  1. Tolstoy – Russia born great novelist, leader of humanity vision.
  2. Annie Besent – World famous Iris Woman who lived in India and spread Indian Values all over the World.
    1. Vikram Sara Bhai – He researched on Space rays.  He is credited to carry India into Space age.

 

Scientific View

 

  1. If earth has had no attraction power then what will happen?
  2. What is ‘Ozone layer’, the protection shield of earth?
  3. What is that method through which we can send secret message?
  4. Why a thick glass tumbler breaks when we pour hot water in it?
  5. Why do we hear thundering of clouds later and lightening first?

 

Class XII

 

  1. Bhajan is a pair of thought.  In day to day life we say we are enjoying bhajans these days.
  2. The Cleanliness of Vigyanmay Kosh can be done by cleaning obstructions over the soul.
  3. Introspection involves four studies:

(a)     Sixteen Sadhanas.

(b)   Aatmanubhuti

(c)    Om Namah Shivai

(d)   Swar Sanyam

4.  Form of Composition of brain;
     (a) Intellect knowledge power is used only for 7%.

            (b) 93% knowledge Institution is in dormant stage.

            (c) If we can increase %age then average person.

       Yam Niyam – Pranayam is responsible for evoking dormant powers.

 

 

Answer the questions:

 

  1. Who discovered the memory centre in brain and when?
  2. Is there any planet in the solar system which emits energy on its own?
  3. How Bats can fly in the night without any obstruction?
  4. Why one cannot hear the sound of bullet from a gun shot on moon?
  5. Why do we bend forward while climbing the hill?
  6. What are disadvantages of noise pollution?
  7. What is Prasthantri? Bhagwad Gita, Puran, Upnishad
  8. Reading and writing of ‘Kathopnishad’.
  9. ‘Taitriya Upnishad’
     - Sa Mandro Medhwa Smranotu

   May God Indra bless us with rain?

 

Same for all classes

  • Will you think of doing something when you are grown up?
  • When you see somebody begging in the school going age, begging or picking   

     rags?

  • When you see a poor person fight with hunger and illness.
  • When you see disappointment on the faces of unemployed youth.
  • When you see accidents on roads, traffic jam on road crossing and garbage/ filth     

on   public places.

 

Answer the questions :-

1-     Who discovered the memory centre in brain and when?

2-     Is there any planet in the solar system which emits energy on its own?

3-     How bats can fly in the night without any obstruction?

4-     Why one cannot hear the sound  of bullet from a gun shot an moon ?

5-     Why do we bend forward while climbing the hill?

6-     What are disadvantages of noise pollution?

7-     What is prasthantri? Bhagwadgita, Puran, Upnished

8-     Reading and writing of Katho Upnished

9-     Taitri Upnishad  “Sa Mandro Medhwa Smranotee”  (Indra Bless us with rain)

 

      Same for all Classes

  • Will you think of doing Something when you are grown up?
  • When you see somebody in the school going age, begging or Picking rags?
  • When you see a poor person fight with hunger and illness?
  • When you see disappointment on the faces of unemployed youth?
  • When you see accidents on the roads, traffic jam on road crossing and garbage/ filthier on public places?
  • When you see elders being insulted by younger
  • When you hear or read any news about corruption, wrong doing or terrorism in the newspaper?
  • Strength is the solution to win over fear. We have unlimited in her strength. We have to realize this strength Pooja (worship) means the realization of inner strength                                                                        Chandra Shekhar Azad
  • My life is not as you think as least I don’t consider my life so important that it should be saved at the cost of invaluable principles.             Sardar Bhagat Singh

To Call upon

1-     Those who think themselves superior.

2-     Those who want to distribute this valuable experience for the welfare of others.

3-     Those who want to  see happiness in orders life through services.

4-     Those who can contribute their time, power and resources for the welfare of next generation.

5-     Those students who can contribute in time monthly, weekly or daily for serving other should contact us.

Kami

Owl cannot see in day time, crow can’t see at night time but kami is a person who behaves same in day and night.

Meaning

Kami thinks all the things according to his understanding         (Kalidas) Shakuntala

Kami Person neither fears nor is ashamed

 

                                                      KATHOPANISHED

                                                         CHAPTER-1   VALLI-II

The good and the pleasant take hold of man the wise man examines and distinguishers them. The wise man prefers the good (Sreya) to the pleasant, but the ignorant man chooses the pleasant (Preya) for the sake of the body.

 

                                                      CLASS-VI

1-     Meaning of Spirituality – do good for others

2-     Symptoms of Religion

3-     Daily Routine

4-     Prayer

5-     Literacy broadcast

6-     Bhajan

7-     Child devotee

8-     Sayings- Quotations

9-     Good behavior

10- Self dependence

11- Well maintain

12- Laborious

13- Discipline

14- Nationalism

15- Social awareness & equality

16- Realization for country

17- Spirituality

18- Love for nature

19- Selflessness

                              CLASS-VII

 

1-     Character building

2-     Work is worship

3-     Truth

4-     Recitation of Om

5-     Cow’s food

6-     Bhajan

7-     Child devotee

8-     Sayings

9-      Punctuality

10- Self study

11- Bravery

12- Nature of dedication & sacrifice

13-  Safety of social property

14- Save environment

15- Whole universe is our family

16- Happiness

17- Satisfation

18- Mantra for food (Bhajan mantra)

 

 

                                                                  CLASS-VIII

1-     Great creation of man knind

2-     Prayer

3-     Dedication

4-     Self examination

5-     Gayatri mantra

6-     Ramayan

7-     Bhajan

8-     Child devotee

9-     Saying/ Quotations

10- Self control (Bhrahmcharya)

11- Relaization of resposibilty

12- Truth fullness

13- Love (Non-violence)

14- Patience

15- Determination power

16- Cooperation

17- Unity in diversity

18- Proud of history

19- Goal of life

20- Self realization

 

 

                 

 

 

CLASS – IX

 

1-     Spirituality

2-     Meditation

3-     Devotion

4-     Four purshath – religion wealth- work & moksha

5-     Spirtual power

6-     Bhajan

7-     Child devotee

8-     Sayings (quotations)

9-     Self – confidence

10- Give up

11- Sensitivity

12- Mutuality according to family customs

13- Self- realization

14- Devotion towards god

15- Meditation

16- Gayatri Mantra

17- Prataha Saaran

18- Ekatamata mantra

19- Shlokas of Gita

20- Service in hospital

 

CLASS – X

1-     Know yourself

2-     Morality

3-     Knowledgeable

4-     National responsibility

5-     No interest

6-     Bhajan

7-     Child devotee

8-     Sayings \ quotations

9-     Good behaviour

10- Self control

11- Realization of Nationalism

12- Ekatamata

13- Politeness

14- Awareness

15- Love of country

16- Truth fullness

17- Yog hawa

18- Chopaui’s of Ramayan

19- Ram Patra Yojna ( To put  a handful of cereals in the Patra)

20- Service in sanskar Kendra

 

 

CLASS – XI  

 

Sacrifice

1-     Yourself

2-     Saint

3-     Sacrifice

4-     Five kosha

5-     Worship

6-     Reading of Gita

7-     Bhajan

8-     Child devotee

9-     Sayings \ Quotations

10- Respect for all the religious equally

11- Satisfaction

12- Take as much you as want

13- Do good to others

14- Tap

15- Brahmmad

16- Shanti Path

17- Practice of Yoga

18- Yam Niyam

19- Aasan

20- Work in Seva Basti

 

 

CLASS – XII

 

  1. Science and spirituality
  2. Journey of Saptpadi
  3. Do good work
  4. Equality
  5. Bhajan
  6. Child devotee
  7. Sayings \ quotation
  8. Greatfulness
  9. Creativity
  10. Five kosh development
  11. To consider others and equals
  12. Country excursion
  13. Moral instance
  14. Service in Temples, Gurudwaras, Churches, Mosque

 

 

 

 

Saying

 

v      Kamdev

                 ‘Cupid is even a rogue and whoever trusts he deceived.’

-          Goethe

v      Desire

‘Desires are like a snake’s poisonous teeth.’

                                                                      -    Swami Ram thirath

 

v      ‘Greedy Persons desires are never fulfilled.’

                                                                     -     Vedvyas

 

v      ‘Aasakti gives birth to desires, desires give birth to anger.’

                                                                     -     Bhagwan Shri Krishna

                                                                                             (Gita 2/62)

 

v      ‘To give Priority to desires is to accept the binding.’

                                                                      -     Swami Ram Tirath

 

v      ‘A desire of any wish makes a person blind.’

                                                                     -       Ved Vyas

 

v      ‘Anger is a must for greedy Person because desire is never fulfilled.

                                                                    -        Mahatma Gandhi

 

 

                                                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Debate

Education for Personal and Social Health.

(Related to Sex education)

 

Date21-22 February 2009-Pune

Education for Personal and Social Health: Alternate draft.

                                                       By,   Atul Kothari

                                       (Secretary, Shiksha Sanskriti Uthan Nayas

                                Contract No – 9212385844, 9868100445

E-mail:- atulabvp@rediffmail.com

 

                                        

Last year the Central govt. proposed a syllabus for sex education which was rejected by majority of people. Later on keeping society feeling in mind the government took back the Proposals. CBSE has proposed a new draft on its website.

            We also thought of putting forward alternative proposal in this regard which is going to take practical shape today. The bases of this propolal are Indian Psychology.

            Infect Sex is a natural and Spiritual act and there should be no need of any formal education in this regard.

  • For example- The body should never be sick
  • However when the body is weak then illness comes.
  • If our body is fit we are not worried about the illness.
  • Similarly when does the bad thought come to human mind?
  • When our mind is healthy and we don’t care about it.
  • Otherwise the Society atmosphere is polluted.
  • A  Weaknesses are of two types:-
    1. Inner           2. Outer

 

               1. Inner :

  • The Personalities not developed properly.
  • The absence of communication in the family.
  • Absence of true love and closeness among the family.

                                                                 

               2. Outer :

  • Extreme openness in the society or blind following of western culture.
  • Serial being broadcast on T.V and inappropriate advertisements, Internet   pornography websites and inappropriate books etc.
  • Inappropriate behavior with children.
  • More problems in very rich and very poor families.
  • There is no problem, where the children get an atmosphere of true love and proper Sanskar (training) in families.
  • Where the parents or other members of the family provide the necessary communication and proper education, the probability of this problem does no exist.
  • This interaction has either decreased or stopped in the last 3 years, for this purpose it is necessary to train the children.
  • Where the overall personality development of students exists, then also these things don’t come up.
    • · An effort required in the present time to assure good health of people is much more then what was required previously.

                              

                      

 

Overall Development of personality

 

     “The purpose of education is to bring out the completeness which is dormant in person”.

                                                                                                                  -Swami Vivekananda

     The purpose of education is to achieve maximum beauty in body soul as possible.

                                                                                                                   - Pluto

                             

 Five kosh development of personality in upnishad

 

1.  Ananymay kosh

2.  Paranmay kosh

3.  Manomay kosh

4.  Vigyanmay kosh

5.  Anandmay kosh

 

  1. Ananymay kosh- In order that autonomy should remain in good shape one should  exercise, play, yoga, Nutritious food, regular daily routine, cleanliness, and observance of Bharamcharya.
  2. Paranmay kosh  – Yog paranayam, yana Niyam, concentration and prayer.
  3. Manomay kosh  – Health, Satsang, Music,Art, Creativity, Equality and Social equality.

                                   

  1. Vigyanmay kosh – (To increase the knowledge and qualities.) Communication, answers to Curiosity, problem solving, wise, answerability, awareness, explanation, self- introspection, Vani – tap, tatva bhodh – searching truth, Creativity.
  2. Anandmay kosh- Social Service, Sharing, Sensitivity, dedication, Meditation, thankfulness, work is worship, life without worries.

     

v      When there is an overall development of the personality then the thinking process of a person is changed according to saptpadi.

 

         Saptpadi

  • Person            -       Person and Personality
  • Family             -           Traditionalistic, own ness
  • Society           -           Social Samrasta
  • Nation             -           National Solemnity
  • World              -           World welfare
  • Universe         -           Darshan of Soul
  • God                 -           Meeting the God

 

 

          

  

 

 Forms of Education

 

Six pillars of education

 

1 Character                                    2 Concentration                         3 Sanskriti

 

4 Spirituality                                   5 Service                                   6 Science

 

 Four works:- 

 

1 Religion                 2 Meaning                   2 Work                          2 Moksha

 

  • Teenagers have lot of energy. It is necessary to teach them right direction and self control.
  • Social work in education, astang Yoga, games and values should be necessary.

 

 

                                       Health education

  • Reasons of spread of different diseases and preventions to stop them.
  • Special training should be given to the students of all schools.
  • Education of first – aid.
  • There should be counseling regarding sex problems.
  • Awareness towards pure water and cleaners should be given in text books.
  • To warn against bad habits.
  • Information about body structure and its development with age should be given in the class.

 

 

     Instructions about eating habits

 

  • Precautions while eating outside.
  • Effects of fast food and cold drinks.
  • Food according to weather.
  • Satvik food, ideas and behavior.

 

     Education can be taken from three places:-

 

  1. Family
  2. School

3         Society

Formal and Informal education can be taken from these three places, all problems can be solved by creating good environment.

        There should be laws and social awareness so that no bad and wrong information is     given by newspapers and broadcasting.

 

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Rajya Sabha  Yachika Samiti

 

135th  Submission in connection with police application regarding

National debate and reaching a conciseness regarding

starting of Sex education in school and regarding

application for  stay off its implementation

till the result of the national debate.

 

(Put forward in front of honorable chairman of Raiya Sabha on 2nd April 2009)

Satyamev Jayate

Rajya Sabha Secretaiat 

New Delhi 

March, 2009

 

OBSERVATIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS

6.0                   This has been one of the very few subjects on which the Committee has spent a great deal of time spread over a period of one year and five months spanning into nine sittings, visits to half a dozen States and interactions with hundreds of persons from various walks of life including experts, academia, students, teachers, parents, psychologists, psychiatrists, educationists, civil society activists, leaders of religious groups et al.

 

6.1                   The Committee discovered that in the name of ‘Adolescence Education’, multiple agencies of the Government of India had tried to introduce a syllabus in the school curriculum which had the potential to pollute the young and impressionable minds of students by exposing them to indecent material.  It was shocking to note how so many agencies of the Government could come together, conceptualize a syllabus, provide all kinds of justification for it, spent substantial amount of money in the printing of the material and then circulate it throughout the country with the avowed aim of providing scientific information and knowledge to the adolescents whereas the reality was that the AEP volumes were highly objectionable and bound to be rejected lock, stock and barrel.  According to the Committee, Adolescence Education Programme (AEP) is a cleverly used euphemism whose real objective was to impart sex education to school children and promote promiscuity.  The Committee observes that had this petition not been brought before it and had the media not highlighted the seamy side of AEP, the authorities would have gone ahead in full stream in implementing the AEP throughout the country which would have done incalculable damage to our school children who are the future citizens of this country.  It is ironical to note that dissemination of information about HIV/AIDS, and its prevention and propagation of safe sex by using condoms, are the key features of the AEP meant for the target group of school children between 14 to 18 years which was sought to be passed on to the school curriculum in the guise of AEP.  The Committee had gone at great length to find out whether there really existed any justification for introduction of AEP, with focus on HIV/AIDS, but did not come across any credible study or survey which could establish that the school children in the age group of 14 to 18 years were in the high risk group prone to HIV/AIDS.

6.2                   School education and the curriculum building are the exclusive domain of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and the specialized agencies under its control, namely, NCERT, CBSE, etc.  The Committee is constrained to observe that in the present case neither the Ministry of HRD nor the specialized agencies performed their assigned role.  It is also intriguing to the Committee as to why National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), a body under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare was so actively involved in the whole process and was given a primacy in the building up of the AEP syllabus.  The Committee could not understand why the Ministry of HRD continued to acquiesce in the role played by NACO and virtually condescended to it inasmuch as NACO had interestingly taken up review of the AEP syllabus much before the Ministry of HRD had commissioned a relook.  It appeared as though NACO was the original author of the AEP Programme and was in charge of its implementation, review and subsequent modification in the contents of the programme.

 

6.3       Another disturbing factor which came to the surface, in the exercise undertaken by the Committee, has been the total lack of coordination amongst various agencies in formulating and implementing the programme.   Yet another disturbing aspect has been lack of adequate consultations with State Governments and other stakeholders in formulating and implementing the programme in the light of the fact that ours is a federal polity and that the State Governments had expressed divergent viewpoints on the subject. ‘Education’ being in the ‘Concurrent List’, it was desirable that views of all State Governments ought to have been ascertained and a consensual approach taken before implementation of the scheme in the States and the Union Territories.  In the initial stage of examination of the subject, the seriousness of the matter was not fully realized.  It was only after the petitioners and others brought to the notice of the Committee the objectionable texts, sketches and diagrams in the literature of AEP, than it was realized that the issue needed to be inquired thoroughly.  The parents were kept in the dark about the contents of the syllabus; the subject was never put in the public domain, no attempts made to forge a national consensus on such an important subject affecting the lives of our school children.  The Committee would like to recall that in its first meeting which was convened to hear the petitioners and others, hard copies of the powerpoint presentation were made available to it.  Having gone through them, the Committee decided not to have the powerpoint presentation as it would have been very embarrassing to Members, officials and witnesses present in the Committee Room, to view them.  It was really an unpleasant task for the Committee to go through the material of an indecent nature in the four volumes of AEP and the YUVA volumes brought out by the Government of NCT of Delhi.  If such could be the reaction of a Parliamentary Committee, one could well imagine the negative effect it would have on our school children.  Nevertheless, the Committee draws satisfaction over the fact that due to the initiatives taken by it, the vigilance displayed by the civil society activist, spiritual leaders, and other stakeholders and some of the State Governments, that it was able to bear enough pressure on the Government to put the AEP on hold till a new version of the programme was formulated and national consensus arrived at before actual implementation thereof.  The Committee also draws solace from the fact that a misconceived AEP was thoroughly revised by a committee under the Chairmanship of Chairman, CBSE which did not contain any of the objectionable matter found in the earlier syllabus.

6.4.0                The Committee having deliberated at great length on the pros and cons of the petition makes the following recommendations:-

6.4.1                There should be no sex education in schools.

6.4.2                Message should appropriately be given to school children that there should be no sex before marriage which is immoral, unethical and unhealthy.  Student should be made aware of marriageable age which is 21 years in case of boys and 18 years in case of girls and that indulging in sex outside the institution of marriage was against the social ethos of our country.  Students should also be made aware that child marriage is illegal and is injurious to the health of girl child.  They should also be educated that consensual sex below 16 years of age amounts to rape.

6.4.3                Appropriate, age specific curriculum should be drawn up for Scientific Health Education, Moral Education, Personality Development and Character Building, Environmental Awareness and Social Awareness.  Health Education may include education on hygiene and physiological changes which takes place in the adolescents especially amongst the girls.

6.4.4                The curriculum may commence from 8th Standard onwards to be implemented in all the schools of the country – Government, Public and Private.  Education about HIV/AIDS and need to control this deadly disease including Sexually Transmitted Disease may be imparted in the higher classes.  Appropriate chapters thereon may be considered for inclusion in the syllabus of ‘Biology’, not before 10+2 stage.

6.4.5                Awareness of our rich cultural heritage needs to be spread amongst school children by using latest technology like audio animatronics shows, hi-tech museums, cultural tableaux, theme parks etc., so that the target group takes keen interest in the subject.  Student should also be taught the values of our family system and the need to preserve it.

6.4.6                The new curriculum should include appropriate material on the lives and teachings of our great saints, spiritual leaders, freedom fighters and national heroes so as to re-inculcate in children our national ideals and values which would also neutralize the impact of cultural invasion from various sources.

6.4.7                In this context the Committee would like to stress upon the fact that our school syllabi must cater to the needs and requirement of our society and culture.  Our country’s social and culture ethos are such that sex education has absolutely no place in it.  Basic human instincts like food, fear, greed, coitus etc. need not be taught, rather control of these instincts should be the subject of education.  But present academic system incites stimulation of instincts which is detrimental to the society.  To focus Indian education on ‘instinct control’ should the important objective and for that the dignity of restraint has to be well entrenched in education.

6.4.8                The Committee is happy to note that the revised curriculum drawn up by the Review Committee under the Chairmanship of Chairman, CBSE has tried to take care of the various contentious issues to a large extent and as such is more acceptable than the previous curriculum.  In comparison to the old curriculum, the revised curriculum is apparently more customized with an Indian outlook.  In the new curriculum various new aspects of human relations and personality development have been explained properly which are necessary for children in the present times.  In this context the Committee would like to make the following suggestions.

  • Chapters like ‘Physical and Mental Development in Adolescents’ and ‘HIV/AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases’ and other Chapters related to these topics may be removed from the present curriculum and included in the books of Biology not before the 10+2 stage.  This would be more effective, appropriate and acceptable.
  • The remaining Chapters be made more extensive and introduced under a new name ‘Character Building and Personality Development Programme’.
  • “Naturopathy”, “Ayurveda” “Unani” and “Yoga” be made integral part of the new syllabus.
  • The ultimate aim of the new syllabus should focus on the total development of the child.

6.5                   Today there a need to reintroduce the subject of moral values in our school curricula since society seems to have lost much of its faith in the ethical value of humanity.  These values have always been emphasized in the Indian scriptures and epics.  What has been viewed for so long as a family responsibility, value education should become an important part of the curriculum of any educating body.  The responsibility of strengthening the values of a society lies not only in the individual hands; educators must assume the role of mentors in this time of need and bring about change to usher in a better world – a world of unselfish concern for those around us.

6.6                   It is to be remembered that in the past, elders themselves taught values to their wards. Parents led by example.  Grandparents enlightened young receptive minds with stories, fables and parables.  Today, many Indian parents have hardly any ‘Quality Time’ for their children because of their preoccupations.  Often grandparents are in homes for the aged.  Young people pursue glamour and materialistic attainment.  Swami Vivekanand is relevant even in these modern days when he says,

“….Today, when material ideas are at the height of their glory and power, today when man is likely to forget his divine nature, through his (growing) dependence on matter, and is likely to be reduced to a mere money-making machine, an adjustment is necessary….”

This adjustment can unarguably be brought about by value education.  It is now important to stress the need for value education as an important activity of educators of all streams of studies in schools and colleges.

6.7                   Educators in India need to awaken to the most precious task of teachers, that is, rekindling in the minds and hearts of its students an increased awareness about the strengths of their values.  Curriculum designers must become sensitive to this dimension of education because it is an area that has attracted little or no attention until recently, since it was assumed that all students uphold moral values and belief systems.  The truth is that, on the whole, they are, but these values are slowly becoming obscured in the growing materialism of the young workforce.

6.8                   Teachers in India must be entrusted with the task of helping to mould the character of students.  This responsibility involves many painstaking exercises for the teacher.  Teachers who help students must learn to listen to the specific comments they make.  This assistance will help to determine the type of value system that guides their behaviour.  Students who are listless and apathetic should become more purposeful and self-directed after being trained in value education.

6.9                   Every teacher should aspire to strengthen students’ minds, fortify their hearts, vitalize their thoughts, and help them crystallize their principles.  Teachers must help students clarify their values so that they can make wise choices when faced with confusing options.  Schools and Colleges must become the training ground for students to become better-adjusted, tolerant, and neighbourly citizens.  This should also be backed up by professional guidance and counselling sessions.

6.10                 In conclusion, the Committee would like to recommend to the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development to consider the observations and recommendations made by it in this Chapter while finalizing the new syllabus on the basis of the revised curriculum submitted by the National Review Committee. After taking into consideration this Committee’s observations and recommendations, the feedback received from the State Governments and UT Administrations, the feedback received from parents, teachers and other experts and the general public, the Ministry should finalise proposals on the new syllabus, which would act as a model for the entire country, and obtain approval of the competent authorities.  Thereafter this matter may be placed before the Chief Ministers’ Conference so that a general consensus is arrived at before implementing it in all the schools of the country.

 

6.11                 Pending finalization of the new syllabus, the Committee calls upon the Ministry of HRD (Department of School Education and Literacy) to issue advisories to Chief Secretaries/Education Secretaries of all States/UT Administrations to withdraw the existing AEP literature from all schools, State run or CBSE affiliated, if those are still in circulation.  The Committee would like the Ministry of HRD, being the nodal Ministry, to clarify to all concerned that pending finalization of a national policy on the new curriculum, no other set of instructions should be allowed to be introduced in the Schools, in any form or manner.  Learning from past experience, the nodal Ministry must ensure that the entire process is completed under its superintendence, direction and control. 

6.12                 The Committee calls upon the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy to apprise it of the action taken on its recommendations at the earliest.

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