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  1. Geographical Understanding: Geography education provides insights into the physical features, landscapes, climate patterns, and human interactions with the environment across the globe.

  2. Spatial Awareness: It develops spatial awareness, mapping skills, and an understanding of how humans interact with and impact their surroundings, both locally and globally.

  3. Environmental Awareness: Environmental education within geography focuses on ecological systems, biodiversity, conservation, sustainability, and the impact of human activities on the environment.

  4. Socio-economic Perspectives: Geography education delves into socio-economic aspects, examining population dynamics, urbanization, migration patterns, and their environmental implications.

  5. Global Issues and Challenges: It addresses global issues such as climate change, resource management, natural disasters, and sustainability, encouraging informed action and responsible citizenship.

  6. Interdisciplinary Approach: Geography education often integrates various disciplines like geology, biology, economics, and sociology to provide a holistic understanding of geographical phenomena.

  7. Field Studies and Research: It involves fieldwork, research, and data analysis, enabling students to explore geographical phenomena firsthand and apply scientific methodologies.

  8. Policy and Planning: Geography and environmental education contribute to policy development, urban planning, and sustainable development strategies by considering geographical factors and environmental impacts.

Geography and environmental education equip individuals with a comprehensive understanding of the world's landscapes, environmental issues, and human-environment interactions, fostering responsible stewardship of our planet and addressing global challenges.




B.Sc. (Ed.) Environmental Education

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B.Sc. (Ed.) Geography Education

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