Mahatma Gandhi on Imparting Education
Mahatma Gandhi was of the view that from seven to fourteen years of age, education of each child should be free, compulsory and universal.
Mahatma Gandhi on Medium of Education
Bapu was of the opinion that the medium of instruction should be mother-tongue.
Mahatma Gandhi on Literacy
Mahatma Gandhi opined that mere literacy cannot be equated with education. Education should employ some craft as a medium of education so that the child gains economic self-reliance for his life.
Mahatma Gandhi on Educational Value
Gandhi held that Education should develop human values in the child.
Mahatma Gandhi on Objective of Education
Bapu strongly vouched that Education should create useful, responsible and dynamic citizens. By education all the hidden powers of child should develop according to the community of which he is an integral part.
Mahatma Gandhi on Child Education
Gandhi stressed that Education should achieve the harmonious development of child’s body, mind, heart and soul.
Mahatma Gandhi on Educational Pedagogy
Bapu suggested that all education should be imparted through some productive craft or industry and a useful correlation should be established with that industry. The industry should be such that the child is able to achieve gainful work experience through practical work.
Mahatma Gandhi on Nature of Education
Education should be made self-supporting through some productive work. Education should lead to economic independence and self-reliance for livelihood.