The ideal of this type of education would be to produce an integrated person.
Man has an immortal soul which is the treasure –house of infinite power.
You must apply them in the practical field, turn into constant practice.” So he has emphasized the importance of education in agriculture and other practical arts.
The second aim of education is that the child should able to promote national growth and advancement as a fearless and physically well developed citizen of tomorrow.
He has a true vision of philosophy of education in India in its cultural context.
His educational thought has very great significance today because modern education has lost much of its connection with the values of human life.
The great religious saint and social reformer died in 1902 when he was just 39 years.
He is no more but he will be remembered for ever on this earth.
Character is the aggregate of a Man’s tendencies, the sum –total of the bent of his mind. It is, therefore, that education should aim at sublimating the evil tendencies of our mind.
Swamiji said, “We want that education, by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, intellect is expanded and by which one can stand on one’s on feet.” Education must build up character and manifest our real others. “According to Vivekananda, personality is two – third and his intellect and words are only one – third in making the real man.” The ideal of all education and all trainings should be this man – making.