1996 (act no 27 of 1996), relating to religion and education national policy i hereby give notice to declare the national policy on religion and education as policy in terms section 3 (4)(1) of the national education policy act, 1996 (act no 27 of 1996.
The national policy on education (npe) is a policy formulated by the government of india to promote education amongst india's people the policy covers elementary education to colleges in both rural and urban india the first npe was promulgated in 1968 by the government of prime minister indira gandhi, and the second by prime minister rajiv gandhi in 1986.
Contents introduction 1 early childhood care & education 6 elementary education, non formal education the parliament during the budget session in 1986 discussed and adopted the national policy on education 1986 a promise was made at that time by the minister of human subject covered by the national policy on education (npe. 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.
The policy covers elementary education to colleges in both rural and urban india the first npe was promulgated in 1968 by the government of prime minister indira gandhi, and the second by prime minister rajiv gandhi in 1986 the government of india has appointed a new committee under k kasturirangan to prepare a draft for the new national education policy in 2017. Accordingly “challenge of education—a policy perspective” was published by the ministry of education in august, 1985 after studying the views and suggestions received form various quarters, a new education policy was formulated in 1986 and it is known as ‘national policy on education.
Advantages of distance education national education policy, 1986 has rightly stressed that distance education will provide many opportunities for education and will lessen the burden of formal education the advantages of distance education are as under: 1 reliable distance education is reliable. National policy on education feature # 8 the teacher and teacher education : npe states that the status of teacher reflects the socio-cultural ethos of a society and no people can rise above the level of its teachers.
This article throws light upon the eleven salient features of national policy on education (1986) the features are: 1 the essence and role of education 2 national system of education 3 education for equality 4 re-organisation of education of different stages 5 technical and management education 6 making the system work 7.