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  1. Life Skills Development: Home economics education focuses on developing practical life skills essential for everyday living, encompassing cooking, nutrition, budgeting, sewing, and household management.

  2. Nutrition and Health: It involves studying nutrition, food science, meal planning, and healthy cooking practices to promote good health and well-being through balanced diets and food choices.

  3. Family and Consumer Sciences: Home economics covers aspects of family dynamics, child development, parenting skills, and consumer education, preparing individuals for family life and responsible consumption.

  4. Financial Literacy: It addresses financial literacy, budgeting, money management, and economic principles, equipping individuals with skills for managing household finances and making informed consumer decisions.

  5. Textiles and Clothing: It includes studies in textiles, clothing design, sewing techniques, and fabric care, fostering creativity and practical skills in clothing construction and maintenance.

  6. Environmental Sustainability: Home economics emphasizes sustainability practices, resource management, environmental conservation, and reducing waste in household activities.

  7. Life Management Skills: It teaches life management skills such as time management, organization, problem-solving, and decision-making, essential for managing household tasks and responsibilities.

  8. Practical Application: Home economics education involves hands-on learning, practical demonstrations, and real-life applications, enabling individuals to apply learned skills in their daily lives.

Home economics education equips individuals with a wide range of practical skills and knowledge essential for managing households, promoting healthy lifestyles, and making informed choices, contributing to personal well-being and sustainable living.




B.Sc. (Ed.) Home Economics Education

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