Buddhist Priyatti Education Systems in Myanmar
Khemacara1, Kumar Gautam Anand2, Gurmet Dorjey3
1Khemacara, Research Scholar, Sharda University, Noida (Uttar Pradesh), India.
2Dr. Kumar Gautam Anand, Assistant Professor, Sharda University, Noida (Uttar Pradesh), India.
3Dr. Gurmet Dorjey, Assistant Professor, Gautam Buddha University, Noida, (Uttar Pradesh), India.
Manuscript received on 27 August 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 03 September 2019 | Manuscript Published on 14 September 2019 | PP: 353-361 | Volume-8 Issue-5S3, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: E10770785S319/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.E1077.0785S319
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Abstract: “As regards Buddhist Priyatti education system in Myanmar, since the 17th century, the PāliPathamapyan exam have always been conducted by the government and consequently been known as government examinations. Also considered are various formal examination boards and their curricula, such as the Sakyasīha, Cetiyaṅgaṇa, ant the Sāmaṇekyaw introduced by non-governmental Buddhist organizations during the 19th century; the stat eDhammācariya examinations, introduced by the government in 1946, and the first Tipiṭaka selection examination provided in 1948.Now a day, not only developed government Priyatti education systems, but also developed non-government Priyatti education and Buddhist University in Myanmar. Theaim of this paper will approach four stapeses of study; the first one is that how to learn and way of life of monks and novices in Myanmar Priyatti monasteries; the second will be explorationthe government Priyatti education systems; the third will mentionnon-government educations; and the last onewill discover the condition of Priyatti Buddhist University in modern Myanmar and record the attitude of monastic communities by doing questionnaires survey.”
Keywords: Pathamabyan, Dhammācariya, Nikāya, Tipitakdhara Selections, Sakyasiha, Samaṇekyaw, Priyatti Buddhist Universities.
Scope of the Article: Smart Learning and Innovative Education Systems