Education Commission or Kothari Commission This article throws light upon the twenty-two major recommendations of Kothari education commission (). The recommendations are: 1. Education and. PRINCIPAL RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE KOTHARI COMMISSION/ EDUCATION COMMISSION, The Education Commission under the.

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Naqvi, Pritam Singh and Gurbax Commision secretary as its members. The group had its mandate to examine the recruitment and training of teaching and non teaching staff. In view of the explosion of knowledge in various fields, school curriculum should be upgraded through research in curriculum development undertaken by university department of Education, Training Colleges, State Institutes of Education and Boards of School Education.

Such facilities should also be developed for secondary school students, for teachers and for agricultural, industrial and other workers. As such the commission included 7 Indian members and 5 others; 1 each from Japan, France, U.

Academic aspect includes the preparation of text books, try out and evaluation by State Education Department. For expeditious construction, involvement of local communities and village panchayats is pre-requisite in rural co,mission. It consisted of total 17 members, where 14 members, 1 member – secretary, 1 Associate – Secretary and Dr. The Government of India recognizes that reconstruction of education is no easy task.

Retrieved June 21, Explain the 1694-66 – i Education and productivity. Education and Modernization 4. Kotharl Commission set 12 task forces and 7 working groups; interviewed men and women interested in education in the country and toured for days.

Kothwri need not, however, examine the problems of medical or legal education, but such aspects of these problems as are necessary for its comprehensive enquiry may be looked into. Unique Features of the Commission 2. Pages using web commissiob with no URL. The search for talent must be a continuous process which should be pursued at all stages. Two languages one regional and one national and preferably a third language Mathematical studies Science studies Social studies Art Physical education Work experience Moral studies.


Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Teachers should be required to teach and participate in the campaign. Saruparia, Vikram Singh and Commissino.

It will decrease the over academic nature of formal education. A panel of 20 consultants, commissioj from various parts of the world and deemed experts in education, was constituted for consultative assistance to the commission. The Five Years Plan, started after independence helped the growth of the country in many areas. Provision of facilities for secondary and vocational education should conform broadly to the requirements of the developing economy and real employment opportunities.

Development of new methods of teaching the language should be encouraged, and the possibility explored of including the study of Sanskrit in those courses such as modern Indian languages, ancient Indian history, Indology and Indian philosophy at the first and second degree stages, where such knowledge is useful.

Increase in Productivity – The Commission suggested that education must be related to productivity to increase national income. It also advised standardization of pay scales working under different managements such as government, private and local bodies.


National Council of Educational Research and Training. The headmaster of the higher primary school should provide extension clmmission to the lower primary schools in this system. At the centre, there will be a National Board of School Education which will deal with evaluation programmes at the central level. In place of bookish education greater importance should be attached to the acquisition of practical knowledge and skill.

The group had ten women, S.

Kothari Education Commission ()

The examination system needs continuous reform. Ktohari education should be largely vocationalised and in higher education, a great emphasis should be placed on agriculture and technical education. The recommendations of these two commissions could not be succeeded in its full implementations.

Games and sports should be developed on a large scale with the object of improving the physical fitness and sportsmanship of the kotharj student as well as of those who excel in this department.


Education for Social and National Integration 1. It recommended that common school or neighbourhood schools should be set up which should be open to all living in one neighbourhood.

Appointment of the Commisskon 1. Kothari, was appointed as the Chairman of the commission. English language commlssion serve as a link-language in higher education for academic work and intellectual inter-communication. Kothari commission strongly recommended that distance education through correspondence courses should be organised in a big way to provide education to the millions: The institutions for research should, as far as possible, function within the fold of universities or in intimate association with them.

Work-experience and national service, including participation in meaningful and challenging programs of community service and national reconstruction, should accordingly become an integral part of education.

Improvement in the Methods of Teaching 6. Specialization of subjects were advised to be started from higher secondary levels. In its report the commission expressed its form belief that education is the most powerful instrument of national development.


Retrieved from ” https: Instruction of this type should kothair given by general teachers. It will relate education to productivity and also as a means of social and national integration. Write a few lines on structural change in the system of education as suggested by the Indian Education Commission The most urgent reform needed in education is to transform it, kotuari endeavour to relate it to the life, needs and aspirations of the people and thereby to make it a powerful tool of social, economic and cultural transformation necessary for realisation of our national goals.