COVERAGE OF SAFETY AND HEALTH IN CONVENTIONAL EDUCATION IN INDIA

Neetu Singh, Umesh Chandra Sharma

Abstract


More than 50% of our population is below the age of 25 and more than 65% below the age of 35. These youths get no formal introduction to the subject of safety and health in conventional education system of the country, except a few percent that get enrolled in technical institutions. Since the in-service training standards are below acceptable standards in our country, it becomes very necessary that central government should incorporate safety and health in mainstream education.     


Keywords


Safety, Health, Conventional education, National Policy on Education (NPE

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References


Public Environmental Awareness and Education, UNEP (2007)


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