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Impact Of Art Education In Enhancing School Attractiveness In West Bengal

Author: 
Biswarup Haldar and Bibekananda Mukherjee
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

In ancient India Education is based on Gurukul System. There learners have to perform different creative and productive work. In Buddhist era creative and productive works are also practiced along with education. After independence the education system was reconstructed. The total structure of education should be changed. For more development in education some commission was created. Their main aim is learning through doing. Based on this concept the work education has been stated. But according to many persons art education is the substitute of work education. No subject can be substituted to any subject. Work Education and art education have the same objectives. Now days we all want all round development of learners in school. So art Education helps our total development. Through Art education learners get proper body development, increase thinking power grow creativity etc. For the welfare of the country not only politicians, scientists but also art and artist are also required. So proper art and artistic minded student making is the main aim of art education. Art Education equips learners with these skills, enabling them to express themselves, critically evaluate the world around them and activity engage in various aspects o human existence. In most Indian if (West Bengal) schools some aspects of ‘the arts’ have been established within the co-curriculum. While the degree to which the arts are included in national curriculum varies. It could be argued that most policies for the state school – as an institution-encourage people to take part in the social, economic and cultural life. There are two major contribution that the arts might make to schools attractiveness. Firstly specific learning in the arts might increase cultural understanding, enjoyment and achievement and identity amongst other attributes. Some abilities can be particularly effectively learnt in the arts, such as exploring, imagining and reflecting. While learning through arts might involve artistic and creative methods in making a range of other subject are as more attractive. School can be attractive in many different ways. The present paper is an attempt to highlight art education enhancing school attractiveness.

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