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Environment Education: An Indian Perspective

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Management Studies, Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, Jharkhand, INDIA
  • 2Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP, INDIA

Res.J.chem.sci., Volume 5, Issue (1), Pages 1-6, January,18 (2015)

Abstract

This paper focuses in developing working model of Environmental Education in the formal sector and to evaluate and statically analyze the Environmental education knowledge perception of the different sectors of the society in India through structured questionnaire surveys of 500 teachers from India, out of which 250 were working at schools and 250 at colleges. This paper aims to study the importance of the environmental education with specific emphasis on sustainability and various environmental education patterns in the educational institutions in India. With the use of questionnaire survey among. In the end the research try to device the Strategies and Framework for promoting Environmental Education. Lastly, it can be concluded that though the existing Environmental Education programs do not seem to be satisfactory, the future looks promising. Moreover in planning to develop school curricula on conservation education at the national level. It is hoped that the steps mentioned in the research work will bring desirable results in the future in sustaining precious natural resources of India.

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