Pathan, Swaleha
July 2012
Researchers World: Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce;Jul2012, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p33
Academic Journal
Value based education is moral education which needs to be focused in this modern age. It is psychology of a human mind set which needs to be modified, corrected and directed in a right direction. The present paper is divided in four categories showing how value education has been lost in these important parameters of life: spiritual, psychological, emotional and social. These categories enhance our understanding of present situation by analyzing it. The counseling is also given to improve the mind set with simple suggestion. Lastly, valuable recommendations are given to be implemented in our life to bring back the disturbed psychology into a harmony.


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