June 5, 2023

New Delhi New National Education Policy 2020 India, which has been spreading the light of its knowledge and spirituality for centuries, was called the World Guru of the world. Our educational institutes like Nalanda and Taxila have proved their talent in the world. Our oldest Gurukul teaching system remained a matter of curiosity in the world. All the civilizations were seen following our own path of reading and reading. For centuries, we not only shuddered at the status of our world teacher, but also made every effort to keep it intact. Shanai: Shanai: This effort of ours has waned.

We could not recover by being surrounded by a market-oriented and vocational education instead of learning. Gradually this compulsion imposed on us licked our education system like a termite. After independence, reforms in the field of education continued to be made at the pace. This important region that has made any country a world power has never been on the agenda of political parties. It can be easily guessed that a new education policy is being introduced in the country after 34 years. In such a situation, a look at the important stages of the gradual development or development of the Indian education system:

Traditionalist Education: In India, Brahmin families used to teach in early stages. Education in the Mughal era was under elitist ideology.

British education system: British rule gave further support to the practice of education to the rich. British rule gave a boost to the modern state, economy and modern education system.

Nehru and Education: In the early 19th century, the Indian National Congress gave the slogan of National Education. Nehru envisaged higher educational and technical institutions like IIMs and IITs in the country for better education.

Kothari Committee: The Kothari Committee , formed in 1964, considered free education and compulsory education of children up to 14 years of age for the all-round development of the country. It was also considered important to develop languages ​​and study science.

National Policy of Education: In 1986, Rajiv Gandhi announced the National Policy of Education (NPE). This policy prepared India for the 21st century.

peration Blackboard: This campaign took place in 1987–88. The aim was to increase various resources in primary schools.

Education of teachers: In 1987, under this, resources were provided to enhance teachers’ education and knowledge.

Nutritious food to children: In 1995, fresh nutritious food was provided to increase attendance and numbers in primary schools.

Education for all : In 2000, the movement was launched with the aim of providing education to all children by the year 2010.

Fundamental Rights: In 2001, the provision of fundamental rights was given to free and compulsory education of 6-14 year old children in the country. Later it was also given legal form.