" She added that the National Policy on Education 1986, as amended in 1992, has been the guiding document for the policies of the central government in the education sector."
New Delhi, July 30 - The government has proposed to formulate a new education policy to meet challenges posed by lack of quality, research and innovation in Indian educational institutions, parliament was told Wednesday.

The government proposes to formulate a new education policy aimed at meeting the challenges posed by lack of quality, research and innovation in our educational institutions, Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani said in the Rajya Sabha.

She added that the National Policy on Education 1986, as amended in 1992, has been the guiding document for the policies of the central government in the education sector.

The policy provides for national system of education, which envisages a common educational structure of 10+2+3, implying that up to a given level, all students, irrespective of caste, creed, location or sex, have access to education of a comparable quality.


comments powered by Disqus
Read more on:
 

PERMALINK

http://www.nerve.in/news:2535002392131
You can quote the permanent link above for a direct link to the story. We do not archive or expire our news stories.


STORY OPTIONS
  Email this story to a friend
  XML feed for India


 
COPYRIGHTS INFORMATION
All rights reserved for news content. Reproduction, storage or redistribution of Nerve content and articles in any medium is strictly prohibited.
Contact Nerve Staff for any feedback, corrections and omissions in news stories.
 

All rights reserved for the news content. Reproduction, storage or redistribution of Nerve content and articles in any medium is strictly prohibited.