Nat’l Seminar on ‘Morality in Human Behaviour’
Ujjain :There should not have any difference in the aims of education and life. After the independence, the education has made the slaves literate. They have created employees who are considered worthless. There has been an outstanding growth in the education sector in terms of educated unemployment. Only the quality education and skill based literacy may lead the nation to the great heights.
These views were expressed by Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas, New Delhi National secretary Atul Kothari addressing at the 2-day National Seminar on ‘Role of Moral Barriers in Global, Personal and Social Life of the Man’, held under the aegis of School of Studies in Philosophy, Vikram University, on Tuesday. Literary guest Dr Chintamani Malviya told that their nation had made a distance from the moral education. The seminar on such issues is really an eye opener. Education is the tool through which values can be inculcated in the subconscious brain.
Indian Philosophy Research Council Chairman Dr SR Bhatt told that the aim of philosophy is to create an active thought for the humanity and the global welfare through the systematic philosophical pondering. VU VC Dr SS Pandey told that they should intuit morality in their life and should be away from immoral attitude. Dr Puja Vyas conducted the programme while Dr Alok Goyal proposed the vote of thanks.