The Development Indian Education System


The Development Indian Education System


Rural Indian Education System 

    The Indian education system was started even before independence, Gandhiji had demanded education in mother tongue from the British but at that time the country was slave, due to which this demand was not accepted, at least people at that time. Only he could get an education and in the education of that time, English was completely dominated.

The condition of the Indian education system at that time was quite pathetic. Today, through this post, what is the current status of the Indian education system of Janine, and what is the real nature of Indian education?


Indian Education System –

    The development of the education system started only after independence. First, in 1948, the University Commission was formed, which we also know by the name (Radhakrishnan Commission), after which many commissions have been formed till the present, including the Secondary Education Commission. , 1952-53, National Education Commission (Kothari Commission), 1964-66, National Education Policy, 1986, Revised National Education Policy, 1986 and National Knowledge Commission, 2005-09.

    All these commissions have emphasized the development of the Indian education system, which has strengthened the present education system of India.

    The Constitution of India has given the Right to Education, 2009 to the Indian citizens, under which it has been said that all citizens should get equal opportunities of education, so it is written in clear letters that the state will not give any opportunity to education in any situation. It Will not discriminate, if a state does this, then it will be considered as a violation of Fundamental Rights and the court has been instructed to take appropriate action against the government in such a situation. In view of the current needs of the society, continuous changes have been made in the Indian education system and it has always proved beneficial for the Indian education system.

At present, the Indian Constitution has given us 6 fundamental rights which are as follows –

Right to equality (Articles 14-18).

Right to Freedom (Articles 19-22).

Right against exploitation (Article 23-24).

Right to freedom of religion (Articles 25-28).

Right to culture and education (Articles 29-30).

Right to constitutional remedies (Article 32).

    If any kind of discrimination is made in giving educational opportunities to a citizen, then he can go to the court under the right to 6 ie constitutional remedies, this right has been given by the Indian Constitution to Indian citizens.

Education-related provisions in the Indian education system –

    Free and Compulsory Education for Children of 6 to 14 Years – Article 21 (A) was added under the 86th Constitutional Amendment Act 2002, in which it was said that free and compulsory education would be provided for children of 6 to 14 years.

    Education Concurrent List – Initially, education used to come under the state list, but in view of the importance of education and to take the future of the country in a good condition and to make proper citizens for India, education was made concurrent by the 43rd constitutional amendment in 1976. included in the list.

(a) - State List - Only the state governments can make laws in whatever areas come under it.

(b) - Union List - Only the Central Government can make laws in whatever areas come under it.

(c) - Concurrent List - In whatever areas come under it, both the Center and the states can make laws, at present education is under this, if ever such a situation came that the laws made by both stood in front of each other. In such a situation, the law of the Center has been given paramount importance, that is, in such a situation, the law of the Center will be valid.

Women's Education - In women's education, the government has said that the state can make special provisions for the education of women and children.

Equal Opportunities for Admission in Educational Institutions – It states that the State shall provide equal opportunities of education to all the citizens of the State without any distinction of religion, sex, caste, ancestry.

The Constitution of India has prescribed special provisions for the children of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, in which arrangements have been made for scholarship and free books have also been arranged in the primary level.

Education through mother tongue - It has been said that in primary education it is the responsibility of the state to make proper arrangements for imparting education in the mother tongue to the students.

    If we talk about the current state of Indian education, then it would be fair to say that India's current education is much stronger than before and Indian citizens have been given more rights than ever before and equal opportunities for education are available to all citizens. have been conducted.

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