Curriculum and Instructional Designing is a book which effortlessly enables the educational practitioners to travel from the nebulous theoretical postulates of curriculum to the ground realities of their implementation. It deliberately endeavours to avoid jargons by presenting their meanings and implications with examples from life. This is likely help not just in learning concepts but in internalising them with a sense of gratification.
Covering Objectives in all the three domain of human development, content inits diverse manifestations, methodology in both conventional and unconventional facets, support material in its various forms and formats and Educational Evaluation as an empowered instrument for fulfilling its obligations, the book,it is hoped,should become an arm-pit companion of teachers at the university and school levels and of specialised institutes run by the corporate bodies. The teachers and students of teacher training institutions may also find the book of special value in learning terse concepts in simple ways.