What is difference between aims and objectives?
“Aims are general statements concerning the overall goals, ends or intentions of teaching. Objectives are the individual stages that learners must achieve on the way in order to reach these goals. Example a teacher might have an aim that a learner should be able to save work on a computer.
What is the purpose of reason?
To do something for a purpose means you’re doing it to accomplish something else, which is your PURPOSE. Accomplishing a purpose is only one of many reasons why we do something–in this case, REASON is more like “motive.” A reason can be trivial or illogical.
What are the aims of life?
The Four Aims are Artha, Kama, Dharma, and Moksha. A quick translation, respectively, is livelihood, pleasure, purpose, and liberation. Focus and progression in each of these areas is necessary for an individual to feel whole and live a fulfilled and happy life.