Course – Education Philosophy
Name – Swati Sudhakar Dalvi
Div. - A
Roll No. – 11
Guidance – Kishore Dhanvij
NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY (1986)
* Objectives and features :-
The National education policy on education (1986) is known as new education policy (NEP ). The call for the National education policy was first give by Prime Minister of India Shri Rajiv Gandhi in his broadcast to the nation on 5th Jan. 1985. The need for new policy from the fact implementation of 1968 NEP was incomplete a not any National policy on Education was passed by the Loksabha on May 8th and Rajjya sabha on May 13th 1986. This policy contains XII parts and 157 paragraphs on different aspects on education.
* Salient Features :-
I. Essence and Role of Education :-
i. All Round development : It is fundamental to have education for all and all round development, and spiritual. ii. Acculturating role- (Progressive role ): - Independence of mind and spirit. iii. Man power development –Education develops manpower for different level of the economy. It ultimate guarantee of national self-reliance. iv. Investment:- Education is an unique investment in the present and future this coordinal principle is the key to national policy on education
II. National system of education: -
i. Concept of national system: All student irrespective of cast, creed, location or Sex have right to have access (way ) to education of comparable quality. ii. Common Education Structure :- The national policy on education has a common education structure ie. 10+2+3 structure. This structure has now been kept in all parts of the country. 10 means -
6 yrs of primary education
2 yrs of upper primary
2 yrs of high school
+2 means -
2 yrs of higher secondary
+3 means -
college of 3 yrs - degree of B.A.
iii. National curricular framework: - Contains a common core along with other components that are flexible....
Please join StudyMode to read the full document