The long awaited Education Policy of India has been submitted to the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry by the T.S.R. Subramanian committee, which had been entrusted with preparing a new education policy.
With the new education policy, being released after a gap of almost three decades, it is being hoped that the Indian education system, which has undoubtedly grown in proportion but lacks in quality, would get a new direction.
Till now, the HRD ministry has not revealed the content of the report. However, it is believed to have provided solutions to several challenges in the education sector, like:
Quality in both school and Higher Education
Regulation of private education
Internationalisation of education
Restructuring of education regulators like University Grants Commission and All India Council of Technical Education.
The report will be evaluated by the HRD ministry and put for “public views” before a final draft is prepared.