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DECLARATION

I, NOOR BANO, Faculty of Education, Ram charan


singh Mahavidyalya, solemnly declare that the
present dissertation being submitted is my own
(original) and the same has not been submitted
for any other examination or purpose.

(NOOR
BANO)

CERTIFICATE
It is certified that the dissertation being
submitted for M.A education. Examination for the
year 2015-2016 by nor bano faculty of education ,
Ram

charan

singh

Mahavidyalya

has

been

prepared under my guidance throughout the year


and is her own and original.

GRATITUDE
Nothing is possible without the blessings of
His almighty and the good wishes of elders and
co-operation of one's colleagues. At the outset, I
express my gratitude and indebtedness to God
whose motivation has enabled me' to accomplish
this task.
I am equally thankful to my friends and
colleagues, members of the college, Head of the
library whose co-operation, I got from time to
time. I am equally indebted to my parents and
brothers who stood by me in preparing the said
treatise.
I am also thankful with whom co-operation I
have been able to give this shape to my work.
Last but not the least, all those whose names
have not been mentioned here in, deserve my

appreciation and gratitude for their direct or


indirect

help,

assistance,

co-operation

and

encouragement.
Dated:

(NOOR

BANO)

PREFACE
Education is an important and worldwide
subject. It is a special achievement of mankind.
Man has been using it from ancient time to enrich
his knowledge regarding different fields. It is the
education which helps in socialization of human
being.
Education

is

philosophical

and

psychological process. Education is that which


enables

us

Education

to

perform

teaches

us

our
that

spiritual
the

deeds.

fundamental

elements of all religions, divested of all special


forms and names are same.

The

essence

of

Swamiji's

and

Guruji's

teaching is equality of all religions, brotherhood of


men, work without attachment, devotion without
renun-ciation of the personal age and service of
all men and especially of those who are illiterate
and

dishearted

Educational

views

of

Swami

Vivekananda and Rabindranath Tagore are very


organised. By these views, they tell us that
today's India require the education which helps in
character forming.
This dissertation work has been divided into 6
chapters.

First

Chapter

includes

need

and

importance of studies, objectives, hypothesis,


area, method of the study. Second Chapter
includes study of the literature related to Swami
Vivekananda and Rabindranath Tagore. Third
Chapter includes life skitch of Swami Vivekananda
and

Rabindrath

Tagore.

Fourth

Chapter

has

educational views of Swami Vivekananda and


Rabindranath
comparison

Tagore.
of

In

educational

Fifth
views

Chapter
of

Swami

Vivekananda and Rabindranath Tagore has been

made.

Sixth

and

the

last

Chapter

includes

conclusions and suggestions.

CONTENTS
Chapter - 1
Page No.
Introduction

1-8

1. Needs and Importance of Studies

2. Justification of Studies.

3. Statement.

4. Defining the Terms.

5. Objective of Study.

6. Hypothesis of Study.

7. Area of Study.

8. Method of Study.

9. Limitation of the Problem


10. Process of Study.

7
7

Chapter - 2
Study of Related Literature

9-

13
1. Meaning of Related Literature.

10

2. Need of Review of Related Literature.

10

3. Objectives of Review of Related Literature.

11

4. Studies Related to Other Philos'ophers.

11

5. Studies Related to Swami Vivekananda.

12

6. Studies Related to Rabindranath Tagore

12

Chapter 3
Life Sketch of Swami Vivekananda
14-21
and Rabindranath Tagore
1.

Life Sketch of Swami Vivekananda

15

2.

Life Sketch of Rabindranath Tagore

17

Chapter - 4

Educational Views of Swami Vivekananda


22-38 and Rabindranath Tagore.
(A) Educational Views of Swami Vivekananda.

24

(B) Educational Views of Rabindranath Tagore

32

Chapter - 5
Comparison of Educational views of
39-48
Swami Vivekananda and Rabindranath Tagore.

40

Chapter - 6 Conclusion and - Suggestions

49-

57
I. Restatement of the Problem.

50

2. Objectives of the Problem.

50

3. Achievements.

51

4. Conclusions.

53

5. Educational Importance.

56

6. Suggestions for further Researches.


57
Bibliography
59

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