The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 15
Page No. 3765 - 3769

Moral Education in Russia and India: A Comparative Analysis

Authors : Marina Anatolevna Mefodeva, Anastasia Victorovna Fakhrutdinova and Rosa Rafailovna Zakirova

Abstract: Moral education in Russia is viewed as a crucial issue of contemporary schools. The necessity of moral education is reflected in such laws, doctrines and projects like Federal Law of the Russian Federation about Education, the National Education Doctrine of the Russian Federation, the National Project “Education” and so on. In terms of the spiritual crisis, school is getting an essential part while forming and developing a multifaceted person. The research argues that school is a good source of instilling moral consciousness in learners. The study of the history and culture of the country, national traditions, moral and spiritual values should underlie educational system. So, we have an appeal to the Indian schools and their experience in this field as this country has centuries-old traditions of moral education that is based on preservation and maintenance of educational ideals, cultivation of moral and spiritual values, the formation of the attitude towards themselves, people and the world around them.

How to cite this article:

Marina Anatolevna Mefodeva, Anastasia Victorovna Fakhrutdinova and Rosa Rafailovna Zakirova, 2016. Moral Education in Russia and India: A Comparative Analysis. The Social Sciences, 11: 3765-3769.

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