Learning is a change of behaviour that takes place through practice or experience. It is relatively permanent. It is associated with accumulation of information, knowledge and its application regulating in wisdom. The outside temperature is 5oC – this is just a piece of information. But if one is knowledgeable enough, he would know that one should not go outside in this weather. But experience will also tell you that you can go outside provided you are aptly clothed with warm clothes or else you would die of cold. This is what learning is, it is associated with experience. A naughty child in spite of repeated warnings from his mother, touches the electric socket, gets the shock, feels the pain and in the process learns a lesson. Hence, learning is associated with stimulus – response mechanism and this brings out a change, a change attitude, behaviour, a transformation and this is what learning aims at. As per Indian ethos a man should learn from his past Karmas and hence must concentrate on his correct dharma. The Bhagvat Gita provides us of the virtue learning its importance. Thus learning is not confined to cognitive knowledge, but includes values and character as well. Learning is a permanent change of behaviour.
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