The educational process is a very complex process which includes various philosophical as well
as practical issues. The process influences an individual and the society. If an individual is to be
produce for a complex society, there is a need to have holistic education. The holistic education
is an approach having an inclusive pedagogy. It is also very necessary that the stakeholders
should have an awareness of the need of such educational approach. This paper aims at knowing
parents’-one of the very important stakeholders- belief about the need of holistic education as
well as their views about today’s educational scenario. The research work will add a new dimension
to the vision of teachers, policy framers and the
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