A REPORT ON VALUE EDUCATION AND CORRUPTION FREE SOCIETY
Student ,Milagres College, Hampankatta, Mangalore
Value-based education is a way to teach people about right and wrong. It can help people to resist the temptation to do bad things, even when no one is watching. This is important for fighting corruption, which is when people in power use their position to benefit themselves instead of the people they are supposed to serve. Value-based education can be taught in schools, homes, and communities. It can be integrated into all subjects, from math to science to history. It can also be taught through special programs, such as character education programs and service rendering programs. Value-based education can help to create a more just and equitable society. When people are taught to value honesty, integrity, and compassion, they are more likely to treat others fairly and with respect. This can help to reduce corruption and create a better world for everyone. Here is a simpler example of how value-based education can be used to fight corruption: A teacher might teach students about the importance of honesty by telling them stories about honest people who were rewarded for their honesty. The teacher might also give students opportunities to practice honesty in their own lives, such as by having them return found money or by encouraging them to tell the truth even when it is difficult. By teaching students about the importance of honesty and other values, value-based education can help to create a new generation of people who are less likely to engage in corruption
Keywords: Value-based education, right and wrong, resist temptation, corruption, power, honesty, integrity, compassion, just and equitable society, schools, homes, communities, character education programs, service rendering programs, trust, respect, better world, generation.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)
Published on : 2023-11-08