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TSR Report

National Policy on Education 2016

Report of the Committee for Evolution of the New Education Policy

Abbreviations and Acronyms 

CH-I

Empowering India through Quality Education

  1. Introduction
  2. The Education System in India
  3. The Way Forward
  4.  The Need for National Commitment

CH-II

Approach and Methodology

  1. Constitution of the Committee for Evolution of the NewEducation Policy (NEP)
  2. Advance Steps Initiated by the MHRD for Preparation of the New Education Policy
  3. Approach of the Committee in Calling for Evidence, Dataand Opinion
  4. Consultations    with    State    Governments    and    CentralGovernment Officials
  5. Documents Presented to the Committee
  6. The Committee’s Thanks go to a Large Number of People

Ch-III

Context and Objectives of the New NPE

  1. Broad Objectives of the New National Policy on Education ,2016
  2. Inculcation of Values through Education
  3. Constitutional & Legal Provisions relating to Education
  4. Earlier National Policies on Education
  5. The State of Education in India

Ch-IV

Need for a New National Policy on Education

Ch-V

Governance in Education

  1. Administration and Management of Education; Recommendations
  2. Use of ICT for Improving Quality of Education; Recommendations
  3. Constitution of a Standing Education Commission;Recommendations
  4. Need to Restrict Political and Other Distractions inUniversity and College Campuses; Recommendations
  5. Creation of an All India Education Service; Recommendations
  6. Dealing with Litigation;Recommendations
  7.  Public Expenditure on Education; Recommendations
  8. Need for  Special Academic and Other Support to Childrenfrom Socially and Economically Weaker Sections;Recommendations

Ch-VI

School Education

  1. Structure and Delivery of School Education; Recommendations
  2. Teacher Management; Recommendations
  3. Teacher Education, Deployment and Professional; Recommendations
  4. School Governance and Management; Recommendations
  5. ICT as an Additional Tool in School Management; Recommendations
  6. 25% Reservation for Weaker Sections and DisadvantagedGroups; Recommendations
  7.  No Detention Policy; Recommendations
  8. Need to Amend the RTE Act, 2009;Recommendations
  9. Vocational Education and Training (VET); Recommendations
  10.  Pre-School Education; Recommendations
  11. Education of Children with Special Needs;Recommendations
  12. Education of Tribal Children; Recommendations
  13. Language Policy; Recommendations
  14. Sports and Physical Education; Recommendations
  15. Curriculum Renewal and Examination Reforms; Recommendations
  16. Restructuring Class 10 Examination;Recommendations
  17. Protection of the Rights of the Child;Recommendations
  18. School Children and Public Health;Recommendations
  19. Academic Counselling and Aptitude Testing;Recommendations
  20. Mid Day Meal (MDM) Scheme;Recommendations
  21. Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVS), Jawahar Navoday Vidyalays(JNVs) and Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBVs); Recommendations


Ch-VII

Higher Education

  1. Issues Affecting Quality of Higher Education; Recommendations
  2. Role of State in Management of Higher Educational Institutions; Recommendations
  3. Need to Revamp the Regulatory Regime; Recommendations
  4. Research and Innovation in Indian Universities; Recommendations
  5. Recognition, Accreditation and Quality Assurance; Recommendations
  6. International Linkages in Indian Higher Education; Recommendations
  7. Need for a National Higher Education Promotion andManagement Act; Recommendations
  8. Creation of a National Higher Education Fund; Recommendations
  9. Open and Distance Learning - Dual Mode Universities and the Promotion of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs); Recommendations
  10. Reforms in Medical Education; Recommendations
  11. Reforms in Agriculture Education; Recommendations

Ch-VIII

Reforming and Strengthening National Level Institutions

  1. All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE); Recommendations
  2. National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT);Recommendations
  3. The University Grants Commission (UGC);Recommendations
  4. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU);Recommendations 
  5. National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS; Recommendations
  6. National University of Educational Planning andAdministration (NUEPA);Recommendations

Ch-IX

Summary of Recommendations - Evolution of the National Policy on Education 2016

  1.  Introduction
  2. Broad Objectives of the National Policy on Education(NPE) 2016
  3. Inculcation of Values through Education
  4. Challenges for the New National Policy on Education
  5. Governance in Education
  6. Need for  Special Academic and Other Support to Childrenfrom Socially and Economically Weaker Sections
  7. Public Expenditure on Education
  8. School Education
  9. Teacher Management
  10. Teacher Education, Deployment and ProfessionalDevelopment
  11. ICT for School Management
  12. School Governance and Management
  13. Pre-School Education
  14. Vocational Education and Training
  15. No Detention Policy
  16. Reservation for Economically Weaker Sections andDisadvantaged Groups
  17. Need to Amend the RTE Act 2009
  18. Language Policy
  19. Sports and Physical Education
  20. Adult Education and Literacy
  21. Curriculum Renewal and Examination Reforms
  22. Restructuring Class X Examination
  23. Education of Tribal Children
  24. Education of Children with Special Needs
  25. Protection of the Rights of the Child
  26. Academic Counselling and Aptitude Testing
  27. Mid-Day Meal Scheme
  28. School Children and Public Health
  29. Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs), Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas(NVS) and Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGVBs)
  30. Higher Education
  31. Role of State in the Management of Higher EducationalInstitutions
  32. The Contours of Reform in Higher Education
  33. Need to Revamp the Regulatory Regime in HigherEducation
  34. Research and Innovation in Indian Universities
  35. Recognition, Accreditation and Quality Assurance inHigher Education
  36. International Linkages in Higher Education
  37. Need for a National Higher Education Promotion andManagement Act
  38. Creation of a National Education Fund
  39. Entrance Examinations to Professional Courses
  40. Open and Distance Learning – Dual Mode Universities andPromotion of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
  41. Reforms in Medical Education
  42. Reforms in Agriculture Education
  43. Reforming and Strengthening National Level Institutions
  44. Open and Distance Learning
  45. The Way Forward

 

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