EDUCATING 21ST CENTURY INDIA
As 21st century India witnesses advancement in all sectors, improvising new methods of education has become the need of the hour. Paying heed to this, Divyadaan Institute of Philosophy organized a Seminar on 10th and 11th September, 2014. Commemorating the Bicentenary of the Birth of Don Bosco the educator, the Seminar was titled “Educating 21st Century India: Challenges & Strategies.” The students of Philosophy... Read More
The ‘New Methodology’ that has been proposed requires that the ‘core syllabus’ be linked with life issues, socio-economic issues and the future ministry of the students.
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- “My first six months at Divyadaan have been wonderful, or rather, full of ‘wonder’, of learning and of coming to see the world with a new outlook. A special thanks to all the professors, for the passion with which they teach; thanks to you all, nothing ever seems unimportant around here anymore.”
- “Divyadaan as described God’s gift is more than that. It is an ocean of which every single drop would go on to become a precious pearl to one’s neighbor”