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Ethics in Education

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Ethics in Education

Azhar Ansari Ismail Bakshi

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Introduction Some Real Facts Some survey reports Methods For Making Ethical Decision Impact of Unethical Practices Some ethical practices Conclusion

Ethics Ethics is the code of conduct for knowing RIGHT or WRONG. A Right full or a Misleading Behavior thus can be GOVERNED with such CODE OF CONDUCT.

Education  The act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment and preparing one selves for intellectually matured life.

Education is a panic zone now If ethics in education is followed than it would make a big difference and improvement of the society as a whole.

Top Ten Facts - India There are more illiterates in India than any other country in the world. The challenges ahead are large. Here’s how they stand.  There are 268 million illiterate people in India, unable to read, write or make a reasoned decision and almost a third of the world’s total number. India spends only 3.3 percent of its GDP on education, compared to an average 5.8 percent in developed countries. •



In many states of India, 95 percent of all education budgets pay teachers salaries, with less than 1 percent in some cases for schools and materials. •

A girl’s education is an abruptly ended hope for millions of girls as only 1 in 4 remain in school long enough to complete Class 10. •



Women receive on average only 1.8 years of schooling in India.

Of the 32 million children that began school in 2004, less than half  will complete a compulsory 8 years of education. •

Across India, there are 13 million working children, many of whose lives were scripted the moment they were born. •

Disorder, lack of discipline and poor conditions mean that 1 in 4 teachers never turn up to class. •

Average class sizes are up to 40 students nationwide and up to 83 in the Indian state of Bihar (North India). •

In 75 percent of schools there is only one teacher for several classes.



 Teachers take tuitions out school but no classes.



Mid-day meals was introduced to increase the attendance at Govt. Schools. Outcome of Reservations is loosing Brilliant Students. •



“ Starting from the admission of a kid in school till he grows up completes his education and get placed in a good company ,parents keep on using all kind of  practices to make their kids get educated in best possible institutes.” Un ethical practices starts from… Admission to Junior K.G school …. Donations Admission to school …. Donations/development fees. Getting good grades…tuitions with the teacher teaching same subject in school. Passing 10th …managing exam invigilator. Admission to 12 sci/comm….some more development fees to college. Passing college ….. Continues ……….. Parents keep on encouraging…



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Irregularities in admissions are also common in many private schools percentage of back-door entries 20% to 40%. Some of them are known for auctioning their management-quota or corporate-sponsored seats. one such example is B-school in Mumbai, where governing board members are known to guarantee everything from admission to a good placement for a hefty under-the-table fee. students had not even appeared in the qualifying exam for admissions. While some good AICTE-approved B-schools had to pay heavy penalty to the council for giving admission to about 60 students illegally beyond the sanctioned limit. Of course, this is in connivance with AICTE staff.







Faculty selection :Some are unwilling to spend on good faculty and opt for visiting faculty or hire those with doubtful academic credentials or faculty incompetent to teach.  To improve their brand, some B-schools go for misleading advertisements …100% …100% placements * Conditions applied In the process, students are deprived of  good quality of education.

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44% of faculty say they have ignored cheating. 52% have never reported cheating to anyone else.

Impact of Unethical Practice •

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And many more………..

Some Ethical Practice

Conclusion

A Situation thus arising can always be classified and hence have two approaches

Now the Question is How?

Either For Or Against…

 Thank you…

Any Ethical Questions?

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