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|Source||Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Delhi ( IGNCA )|
|Title||Cultural dimension of education and ecology: A Conference (Vol. III)|
|Medium||U-Matic; SP 20s 3M|
|Spatial||IGNCA, New Delhi|
|Relation||3 of 16|
|Keywords||UNESCO, Conference, Ecology and Education, IGNCA|
|Description||The video recording contains a conference organised by IGNCA as a part of UNESCO chair activities. It deals with “Cultural dimension of education and ecology.” The seminar included papers presented that dealt with the problem of working out an educational system which would afford a symbiosis between modernity and wisdom tradition. The participants dealt with the relevance of art in the age of science and technocentrism, the role of education in promoting peace and concord, Gandhian system of basic education and Indiaʼs national policy on education.|
|Type||U-Matic ( UM )|
|Codec Name||H.264 / AVC / MPEG-4 AVC / MPEG-4 part 10|
|Data Rate||638.255000 Kbit/s|
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