Bshf 101 Solved Assignment 2015-16 Bowl

FOUNDATION COURSE  IN  HUMANITIES

AND  SOCIAL  SCIENCES

 

Human Society and Its Evolution

  • Studying Human Society
  • Evolution of Humankind
  • Emergence of the Modern World
  • Post-Industrial Society

Emergence of Modern India

  • Pre-Colonial and Colonial India
  • Indian National Movement
  • Post-Independence India: Continuity and Change
  • Emerging Challenges

Social Systems

  • Social Structure
  • Social Institutions
  • Marginalised Groups
  • Social Change

Political and Administrative System

  • The Indian Constitution
  • Democratic Processes
  • Administrative Structure and Processes
  • Governance: Issues and Strategies
  • Economic Development
  • Features of the Indian Economy
  • Planning in India
  • Performance of the Indian Economy
  • Economic Reforms in India 

Art and Aesthetics

  • Literature
  • Fine Arts
  • Dance and Music
  • Theatre and Cinema (Indian)

Contemporary Concerns and Challenges

  • Human Security
  • Education  and Awareness
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Peace and Conflict
  • The Question of Environment

 

Ignou Bshf101 Solved Assignment 2011

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IGNOU BSHF 101 Solved Assignment 2011

Foundation Course in Humanities and Social Sciences
Course Code : BSHF 101

Answer in 250 words. Attempt any four questions.

1. What do you understand by term Post-Industrial society? Are ……………………………………….…of the Industrial society?

Solution: Industrial society came into existence when the number of factory workers exceeded the number of primary-industry workers. Primary industry is the type of economic activity that deals with the harvesting of raw materials. Included in that category are: farming, fishing, foresting, mining, and so forth.

England was probably the first industrial society, but there is some reason to believe that the phenomenon occurred about the same time in Holland.…show more content…

It is going to be a challenge to bridge the gap even by introducing teacher's training programs.According to a teacher of a reputed school in Delhi, there are hundreds of students in one class and there is a huge gap between the training imparted to teachers and what they practice on ground.Our HRD Minister himself has acknowledged that there is a shortage of about five lakh teachers. In the face of this, how will it fulfill its promise of providing quality education to all? It is going to be a huge challenge.

Challenge to provide Infrastructure
Will we get better schools?
In a survey on 'Elementary Education in India', conducted by the National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA), it has been found that almost half of the recognized elementary schools in the country do not have separate toilet for girls. This goes out to prove and depict the sorry state that our schools are in. It is going to be a challenge to provide the requisite infrastructure that the Act expects.The Act demands that the building of all the schools should be weather proof According to the Act there should be one teacher for every 30 students. The survey has come up with dismal details in this regard. There are 5.79 million teachers teaching in the elementary schools currently and each school has an average of 4.5 teachers.

The Act suggests barrier free entries for all the schools whereas presently, only about 40% of

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